Raverat plated a significant part in the wood engraving revival in the beginning of the 20th Century, Gwen Raverat, Clare Bridge state 2, Copyright © Raverat Ltd & Elisabeth Hambro 2014. Four Tales and The Bird Talisman were illustrated with colour wood engravings.

Raverat devient membre de la Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers en 1920.

She found a wider public with the London Mercury, a popular magazine of the arts, which reproduced many of her engravings. Son beau-frère Geoffrey Keynes lui demande de fournir les décors et les costumes pour une représentation d'un ballet de William Blake, Illustrations du Livre de Job à l'occasion du centenaire de la mort de l'auteur.

Visitors will need to wear face masks when inside the house. By 1914 she had completed some sixty wood engravings, far more than any of her contemporaries.

A pencil drawing portrait of Gwen by Vellacot can be seen at the Kettle's Yard Gallery in Cambridge. Gwen Raverat House is large purpose-built accommodation block named after Charles Darwin's granddaughter.

In 1928 she moved into the Old Rectory, Harlton, near Cambridge.

Pryor has also blogged a talk on Raverat. Elle a convaincu des éditeurs de rééditer trois de ses livres qui sont des histoires victoriennes : The Runaway, The Bird Talisman et Countess Kate[5].

Elle est enterrée à Trumpington (en) (près de Cambridge) et partage sa tombe avec son père, son frère, mort bébé en décembre 1899, et Harriet Frances Keynes, fille de Geoffrey Keynes et Margaret Keynes, née Darwin et morte en mai 1918. He printed four more books for Raverat – Mountains and Molehills by Frances Cornford (1934), Four Tales from Hans Andersen, a new version by R. P. Keigwin (1935), The Runaway by Elizabeth A. Hart (1936) and The Bird Talisman by H. A. Wedgwood (her great-uncle) (1939).

The hostel is only five minutes walk from the main College site. Raverarts, 1 Hampton Hall, Warminster Road, Bath, BA2 6SQ. Raverat played a significant part in the wood engraving revival in Britain at the beginning of the twentieth century. Elle a réalisé des costumes, décors et programmes pour environ une dizaine de productions, principalement pour la Cambridge University Musical Society (en).

Her memoir Period Piece was … Raverat passe une année en produisant 29 gravures sur bois pour une édition des Amours de Daphné et Chloé de Longus. Son deuxième cousin, Ralph Vaughan Williams, a écrit la musique d'une œuvre qui s'est fait connaître comme Job: A Masque for Dancing, achevée en 1927 mais dont la première représentation a eu lieu à Cambridge en 1931.

[2] Her mother, Maud, Lady Darwin, was cremated at Cambridge Crematorium on 10 February 1947. This is my second copy: the first one fell to pieces from many re-readings.

[5], There was some similarity between her early engravings and those of Gill, and she did know Gill, but the similarity was based mostly on her black line style at the time, influenced by Lucien Pissarro, and the semi-religious themes that she then chose.

She illustrated the first book illustrated with modern wood engravings, Spring Morning, and she exhibited at every annual exhibition of the Society of Wood Engravers between 1920 and 1940, exhibiting 122 engravings, more than anyone else.