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Tirzah Garwood-Ravilious (1908–1951)

Eileen Lucy "Tirzah" Garwood (1908–1951), also known under her married name Tirzah Ravilious, was a noted British artist and engraver, considered a member of the Great Bardfield Artists.  She studied at Eastbourne School of Art from 1925, under Reeves Fawkes, Oliver Senior and, as a wood engraver, Eric Ravilious. She later studied at the Central School of Art.One of Garwood's early woodcuts, shown at the Society of Wood Engravers' annual exhibition in 1927, was praised in The Times. She undertook commissions for the Kynoch Press and for the BBC, for whom she produced a new rendering of their coat-of-arms. Garwood also illustrated Granville Bantock's oratorio The Pilgrim's Progress, which he wrote as a BBC commission.In 1930, Garwood married Eric Ravilious. Between 1930 and 1932 the couple lived in Hammersmith, London, where there is a blue plaque on the wall of their house at the corner of Upper Mall and Weltje Road. In 193

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Semi detached villas, circa 1945
Tirzah Garwood-Ravilious
Semi detached villas, circa 1945  Privately held