Item DC 073/1/59 - Ave Maria

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DC 073/1/59


Ave Maria


  • 2014 (Creation)

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Wood engraving by Rosalind Bliss of two people, based on a manuscript at Peterborough Abbey. Message inside.

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(fl c1980s-)

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Rosalind Bliss trained as a mural painter at Edinburgh College of Art but she turned to engraving later in her career. Her father was the artist and engraver, Douglas Percy Bliss, and it was from him that she learned the rudiments of wood engraving. However Rosalind's work as an engraver soon blossomed and as well as producing bookplates she has also worked as a book illustrator.

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Wood engraving and ink on card

Dimensions: 152 x 106 mm

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