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Salt Marsh Watercolour Painting by Eric Ravilious

'Salt Marsh' was painted on a beach in Essex in 1939. A fishing boat sits on its side, pulled onto the marshland, clear of the sea. A small boat nestles in its shadow and clouds and sea provide the backdrop. This enigmatic watercolour typifies Eric's work - an interesting subject, a lonely scene and muted colours. It juxtaposes the natural and the manmade. Seascapes and boats were a recurring theme in Eric's work and are the subject matter for many of his most iconic paintings. Many of these were war time scenes of destroyers and war ships but this is a much more peaceful work. 


This beautiful limited edition art print is available to purchase either framed or unframed. 


Timeless and quintessentially British, the watercolours of Eric Ravilious have acquired a huge following in recent years. Although his life was cut tragically short due to his disappearance in 1942 when the aeroplane he was travelling in was lost off the coast of Iceland, Ravilious produced a prolific number of artworks. He painted nearly 100 watercolours and countless woodcuts, drawings, murals, illustrations and ceramic designs during his 39 years. To learn more about this exceptional painter please visit our blog. 

Salt Marsh Print by Eric Ravilious

  • Paper Size: 65 x 52.3cm

    Image Size:  55 x 42.3cm

    Frame Size:  69 x 58cm (Approx)

    Print Details: Giclee Print on 310gsm Hahnemuhle German Etching paper, hand-numbered, accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.

    Edition Size: Limited Edition Print run of 650

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