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What was on the Raverat's walls?

By CharlotteParsons | 7 Mar 2018 17:00:00 | Full article...


Gwen and Jacques Raverat's private collection consisted principally of works by artists they knew - and in many cases artists they enjoyed close personal relationships with, at various stages in their lives: Eric Gill, Mark Gertler, Jean Marchand and Elisabeth Vellacot, . Much of the work was acquired direct from the artists, not least Stanley Spencer, who paintings and sketches they bought to ensure he had enough money to live on - this was long before his work was known.

Gwen Raverat and the Bohemian

By William | 7 Mar 2018 09:00:00 | Full article...


Gwen Raverat and the Bohemian Meme Posted by William Pryor under art, books, creativity, darwin, family, growing up (edit this) Leave a Comment  A talk given at Darwin College, Cambridge, by William Pryor on June 7th, 2009 On April 2nd 1911, the night of the census, ten people were recorded as living in this, the house that George Howard Darwin had bought from the coal and grain merchant Patrick Beales and named Newnham Grange. 

Raverat blog Archive for April 2014

By William | 7 Mar 2018 08:00:00 | Full article...


Archive for April, 2014   A presentation given at the Cambridge Literary Festival on April 6th, 2014 in the Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Whewells Court, Trinity College by William Pryor with the actress Anne Harvey William: In the preface to her masterpiece of a childhood memoir, Period Piece, my grandmother, Gwen Raverat makes it clear that: Anne: This is a circular book. It does not begin at the beginning and go on to the end; it is all going on at the same

Creative Myths of Cambridge

By William | 16 Oct 2017 08:00:00 | Full article...


Creative Myths of Cambridge A talk delivered to the Rupert Brooke Society, August 19th, 2012 © William Pryor In a letter to my grandfather not long before his death in 1925 from multiple sclerosis, Virginia Woolf wrote: Is your art as chaotic as ours? I feel that for us writers the only chance now is to go out into the desert & peer about, like devoted scapegoats, for some sign of a path. I expect you got through your discoveries sometime earlier. But he wasn’t a

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