Cedric Dawe (1906-1996) - Signed 1981 Pastel, Feathers Hotel, Ledbury
DescriptionA finely detailed conté pastel drawing with watercolour and gouache details, by the artist Cedric Dawe (1906-1996). The Feathers Hotel is a 16th Century Tudor coaching inn in the town of Ledbury, Herefordshire, England. Well-presented in a grey mount with dark wood frame and gilt detail, as shown. Signed and dated. On wove.
In fine condition overall, with only some small markings to the frame.
34.6 x 40.1cm (13.6" x 15.8")Framed Size: 54.8 x 59.1cm (21.6" x 23.3")
Cedric Dawe (1906–1996) was a renowned art director for the British Film Industry, working as Art Director on ‘The Saint’ and ‘The Day of the Triffids’. He trained in painting at the Brighton School of Art and London Art College and in the 1920s shared a studio in London with his father who was a commercial artist. On the strength of his drawing skills he became a member of the Architectural Association.
|Artist||Cedric Dawe (1906-1996)|
|Dimensions||34.6 x 40.1cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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