83 objects are associated with this tag.
Watercolour over pencil entitled 'Vorticist Composition' by Helen Saunders. Great Britain, early 20th century.
Jacob Epstein. Blossom. Great Britain, early 1930s
Cubist composition by David Bomberg circ. 1912-13
Epstein, Sir Jacob, KBE (1880-1959)
Sunflowers. Signed "Epstein".
NB. As a graphic artist Epstein is notable for paintings of flowers.; Epstein J, 'Sunflowers'
Zincograph impression of a christmas card depicting a monkey, by Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, from a zinc block (see E.1970-1946). Published in London, 1913.
Egg tempera on panel
Edward Wadsworth (1889-1949), 'Enigma', tempera on panel, 1937
Watercolour and gouache
Watercolour and gouache over crayon depicting barges on a canal by David Bomberg. Great Britain, 1919.
Watercolour by David Bomberg depicting The Dead Sea from Wady Kelt in Palestine. British School, 1923.
Watercolour and gouache by David Bomberg depicting a vase of flowers. Great Britain, 1937.
Charcoal drawing of the head of a Bedouin by David Bomberg. British School, 1923.
Charcoal drawing of a girl entitled 'Kityy, early 1900s' by David Bomberg, early 20th century.
Zinc-block mounted on wood by Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, depicting a monkey for a christmas card design. c.1913.
By Jessica Dismorr: landscape, ca. 1914.
Helen Saunders: Vorticist composition: tree form in pink, green, yellow and black, c.1914. Watercolour
Drawing in coloured chalks and wash
Gaudier-Brzeska, Henri (1891-1915)
Study of a cauliflower on a table. Signed in pencil "Gaudier-Brzeska".
Presented by Ezra Pound Esq.
'Wrestlers,' lino-block by Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, made in London, ca. 1914
Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Study of a standing female nude. Charcoal on wove paper
Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Studies of three heads. A page of the artist's note-book
Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, A Whitechapel Jewess : head and bust 1913
Woodcut 'Camouflaged Ship in Dry Dock, 1918' (dazzle pattern) by Edward Wadsworth
Jacob Epstein. Three figures, probably Noah and his sons. Dated 1931
Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, An antelope. Offseton the back is a sketch of antelope
Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Study for a sculptured garden figure. On the back is a pencil sketch of a girl arranging her hair
Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Two horses. On the back is a horse walking
Designs (three on one sheet) for the costumes of two Babylonian Jews and a Jewess, for a projected Co-operative Society production of Handel's Oratorio 'Belshazzar'. Drawing by David Bomberg, 1937.
Caricature drawing of Percy Wyndham Lewis at the Café Royal, London. Profile half-length, in chinese ink and black chalk, by Edmond Xavier Kapp. 1914.
Caricature drawing of the sculptor Sir Jacob Epstein. Head and shoulders, left profile drawn in black chalk by Edmond Xavier Kapp. 1914.
Caricature drawing of Mrs Margaret Epstein, wife of the sculptor Jacob Epstein, seated at a table at the Café Royal. Black chalk drawing on ruled paper by Edmond Xavier Kapp. 1919.
'Cameo Corner'; Preliminary design for a poster advertising the jewellery shop; Pencil, watercolour and body-colour; By David Bomberg; Great Britain; 1919.
'Cameo Corner'; Poster advertising the jewellery shop, 1 New Oxford Street, London; Colour lithograph; Signed; Design by David Bomberg; Great Britain; 1919.
Textile or wallpaper design
Furnishing fabric 'Mechtilde' of printed linen, possibly designed by Frederick Etchells or Roger Fry, printed by Besselièvre, Maromme, retailed by Omega Workshops, 1913
Design for a carpet
Design for a carpet by Frederick Etchells, 1913
Drawing by Henri Guardia-Brzeska, 'Head of man with cap', black chalk and wash drawing on paper, Great Britain, ca. 1910-1915
Gatefold cover sleeve for the 12" long-playing record 'Dazzle Ships' recorded by Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark. Geometric cover design in greys and greens, inspired by Edward Wadsworth. Designed by the agency Peter Saville Associates. Published by Virgin Records, Great Britain, 1983.
Percy Wyndham Lewis (1884-1957), 'The Courtesan'; signed W. Lewis 1912; pen and ink and pastel
'Sunset Among the Michelangelos', watercolour by Percy Wyndham Lewis
Cube shaped box, painted softwood
'Billet', drawing in Conte crayon by David Bomberg, 1915
Tempera painting, 'Composition: Cones and Spirals', Edward Wadsworth, 1929
Tempera painting, 'Dux et Comes IV', Edward Wadsworth, ca. 1932
David Bomberg. Stairway No.1. Pen, brush and ink. British, 1919.
'New Art Salon'; Original design for a poster advertising the gallery; Gouache and chalk on brown paper; By David Bomberg; Great Britain; 1919-1920.
Design for a screen
Wyndham Lewis. Design for panels of a four fold screen. Pencil, water and body colour; Britain; 1912-1913.
Still life c.1912.Inscribed on the back with title and date.Stamped on the back DAVID BOMBERG 1890-1957 Authenticated by and signed Dinora Davies-Rees
Portrait of a young man c.1912[Head and shoulders, looking to his left]Inscribed on the back with title and date.Stamped on the back DAVID BOMBERG 1890-1957 Authenticated by and signed Dinora Davies-Rees
Still Life c.1912Inscribed in pencil 8.9Inscribed on the back with title and date.Stamped on the back DAVID BOMBERG 1890-1957 Authenticated by and signed Dinora Davies-Rees