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Edward Bawden gardening diary

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First published in 1937, the Gardener's Diary was both designed and illustrated by the renowned British graphic designer Edward Bawden (1903-1989). This perpetual week to view diary comprises beautiful horticultural block prints and helpful weekly reminders from William Cobbett's English Gardener (1827). Plenty of space is given to chart your garden's progress, record when plants bloom and note weather conditions.

Author/Artist/Designer

Edward Bawden

Pages

128

Dimensions

12.7cm x 1.7cm x 19.7cm

ISBN

9781851779345

Product code

153357

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About the artist

Edward Bawden

Edward Bawden (1903–1989) was born in Essex and studied at the School of Art in Cambridge and the Royal College of Art, where he was taught by Paul Nash. As well as linocuts and landscape paintings, Bawden worked on book illustrations and commercial graphics. During the Second World War he served as an Official War Artist.