Clifford Webb: Illustrator and Wood Engraver (Paperback)

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Clifford Webb (1894-1972) was one of Britain's foremost wood engravers and a successful illustrator of children's books, but today his work is often overlooked. Held in high esteem by his peers, he studied under Eric Gill and Walter Sickert, and later taught at St Martin's, but much of his work was either deliberately destroyed or otherwise failed to survive. Now, the renowned wood engraver Simon Brett has painstakingly assembled much of what remains of this extraordinary artist's output for this first book about Webb.

About the Author


Simon Brett is an engraver and book illustrator, who has exhibited in many galleries and was the subject of a major retrospective at the Bankside Gallery in 2013.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781908213662
ISBN-10: 1908213663
Publisher: Little Toller Books
Publication Date: September 17th, 2019
Pages: 200
Language: English

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