George Ewart Evans, Baxhall
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George Ewart Evans
George Ewart Evans (1909, Abercynon, South Wales – 1988) was a Welsh-born schoolteacher, writer and folklorist who became a dedicated collector of oral history and oral tradition in the East Anglian countryside from the 1940s to 1970s, and produced eleven books of collections of these materials.
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David Gentleman (born 11 March 1930 in London) is an English artist, illustrator and designer.
Gentleman studied at the St Albans School of Art and in the Graphic Design School of the Royal College of Art, under Edward Bawden and John Nash. He has worked in various media - watercolour, lithography, wood engraving - and at scales ranging from postage stamps to platform-length murals for Charing Cross tube station (London). He has written and illustrated six books about cities and countries, several for children, and two about his own work. Throughout his working life he has also travelled widely, drawing and painting throughout Britain, Europe and India.
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