Edward Bawden R.A. (British, 1903-1989) Life Guards Autolithograph printed in colours, 1952/53, on wove, signed and titled in pencil, from the proposed edition of 50, printed by George Devenish at the RCA for the 'Coronation Year' exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum in 1953, 436 x 307mm (17 1/8 x 12 1/8in)(I) unframed
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Edward Bawden R.A. (British, 1903-1989) Life Guards Autolithograph printed in colours, 1952/53, on wove, signed and titled in pencil, from the proposed edition of 50, printed by George Devenish at the RCA for the 'Coronation Year' exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum in 1953, 436 x 307mm (17 1/8 x 12 1/8in)(I) unframed
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Edward Bawden R.A. (British, 1903-1989)
Life Guards (MG 36)
Autolithograph printed in colours, 1952/53, on wove, signed and titled in pencil, from the proposed edition of 50, printed by George Devenish at the RCA for the 'Coronation Year' exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum in 1953, 436 x 307mm (17 1/8 x 12 1/8in)(I) (unframed)
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