Ravilious Room

Artist and designer Eric Ravilious is renowned for some of the 20th Century’s most iconic depictions of the Sussex countryside. Since the 1930s Towner has developed one of the largest public collections of Ravilious’ work as well as extensive archive materials.

Our Ravilious Room is a dedicated space to view a selection of his finest watercolours, prints and ceramics, explore our archive and browse books on the artist. 

Supported by Eastbourne Arts Circle

Image: Eric Ravilious, Beachy Head, 1939. Towner Collection. Purchased with the assistance of the Art Fund, National Heritage Memorial Fund, the V&A Purchase Grant Fund, The Monument Trust, and Eastbourne Arts Circle.

Supported by Eastbourne Arts Circle


Eastbourne Arts Circle talks look at the lives and work of great painters through the ages. For dates and info you can visit their website: eastbourneartscircle.org.uk

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