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Through to the 7th July is our exhibition of Eric Ravilious lithographs High Street. The exhibition includes twenty-four original lithographs by the artist. The lithographs are very rare as only a few sets were published in 1938 and the lithographic plates on which the images were drawn by the artist were destroyed in the Blitz.  In 2008 the Mainstone Press published a history of the project, The Story of High Street, and several of the lithographs from the series were exhibited at the Imperial War Museum for their Imagined Realities show.


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La Dell Clare Bridge

EDWIN LA DELL RA (1914-1970)

Clare Bridge, Cambridge, 1955

Original colour lithograph

29 1/4  x 38 3/4 in (74 x 95 cm)

Published by Lyons Lithographs (No. 4)


£ 475









La Dell cambridge

EDWIN LA DELL RA (1914-1970)

St John's College, Cambridge, 1963

Original colour lithograph

14 1/4  x 18 in (36 x 46 cm)

Edition of 75

Signed and numbered in pencil


£ 350









La Dell The High

EDWIN LA DELL RA (1914-1970)

The High, Oxford, 1959

Original colour lithograph

22 3/4  x 31 1/2 in (58 x 80 cm)

Edition of 75

Signed and numbered in pencil


£ 350  SOLD









Three beautiful lithographs by Edwin La Dell of Cambridge and Oxford scenes. La Dell's use of lithography to convey depth and richness of colour is is exceptional. He ran the Department of Lithography at the Royal College of Art from 1948 to 1970 inspiring generations of art students , but today his work is less well known.

Rav Amusement Arcade

ERIC RAVILIOUS (1903-1942)

Amusement Arcade









Rav Pharmaceutical Chemist

ERIC RAVILIOUS (1903-1942)

Pharmaceutical Chemist  SOLD










The Ariel Gallery in an exciting collaboration with Number Ten Wine Bar and Kitchen are delighted to present an exhibition of sculpture in one of Lavenham's most charming hidden gardens. Through a gate in the wall behind Number Ten is a beautiful walled garden where we are showing works by two contemporary sculptors, John Fortnum and Peter Partington.

john fortnum


coloured cement fondu £400