William Pryor - is Gwen’s grandson and the Director of the Raverat Archive. The Archive aims to promote and sell Gwen Raverat’s work by; arranging lectures for various societies and organisations and by selling prints from the estate (original and giclee), books and other merchandise at temporary exhibitions and via this website. The website contains a comprehensive listing of every wood-engraving image Gwen made and both original and giclee prints are sold with a certificate of authenticity signed by William Pryor. In 2004 William Pryor edited Virginia Woolf & the Raverats: A Different Sort of Friendship a collection of poignant letters between his maternal grandparents and Virginia Woolf. William is currently working on a TV adaptation of Gwen’s life with her biographer and art historian Frances Spalding and Cambridge dramaturge and screenwriter Maureen Thomas
Charlotte Parsons - is the Manager of the archive. Charlotte studied History of Art at Leeds University and has over ten years’ experience working in marketing and events, specialising in the arts. She has worked for Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft, The National Trust, and on numerous freelance art projects. Her interest in Gwen Raverat started whilst working at Monk’s House – the former home of Gwen’s friend, Virginia Woolf. Charlotte works one day per week for the Raverat Archive.
If you have any questions about the Raverat Archive or you would like to speak to us about your purchase, arranging a lecture or exhibition contact us. We will be happy to answer any questions.