Gwen Raverat (1885-1957), is recognised as one of England's greatest wood engravers and as a leading figure in the revival of the art form in the first half of the 20th Century. She was the grand-daughter of Charles Darwin, one of Rupert Brooke's Neo-Pagans and Virginia Woolf's Bloomsbury group, and her best-selling memoir, Period Piece is still in print (64 years after its first publication). She has an extensive following; with work in galleries, museums and private collections worldwide, and a number of publications written about her life and work.

The Raverat Archive aims to promote Gwen Raverat’s work through exhibitions, lectures and by the sale of books, prints from the estate (original and giclee) and other merchandise via this website and selected stockists. All work purchased from this website is authenticated as original by the Gwen Raverat Estate.
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