Design: Claud Lovat Fraser

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Claud Lovat Fraser - universally known as Lovat - is one of the great unsung heroes of twentieth-century British design. During his short life of just thirty-one years, five of which were disrupted by the Great War, he achieved an astonishing amount of work as draughtsman, watercolourist, caricaturist, publisher, illustrator, designer of stage-sets, toys and fabrics: he also designed silks for Liberty's, cretonnes for Foxton's, advertising material for Eno's, MacFisheries, Gurr Johns and Atkinson's, and book-jackets for Heinemann and Nelson, among others. His inimitable style and psychedelic palette became the hallmark of both the Curwen Press and the Poetry Bookshop, but he is best remembered today, by those who are aware of him at all, for his poster, costume and set-designs for Nigel Playfair's 1920 production of The Beggar's Opera at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith.

 

  • (Author)   Brian Webb & Peyton Skipwith
  • (Illustrated)  Yes
  • (Illustrator)   --
  • (Age range)  --
  • (Series)  Design
  • (ISBN)  9781851496631
  • (Publisher)  Antique Collectors Club
  • (Printing date)  2011
  • (Format)  Hardback
  • (Dust jacket)  Yes
  • (Weight)  370g
  • (Size)  22 x 15 x 1 cm
  • (No. of pages)  96
  • (RRP)  £12.50
  • (Additional Note)  None