Three Blind Mice
E. G. Treglown
Photo-mechanical reproduction of a wood-engraving by Treglown
5¼ x 4 inches
The Yellow Book 9 (April 1896):153
An interesting work by a little known artist, who does not appear to be worked as a designer after he graduated from the Birmingham School. This illustration epitomizes the transition from Arts and Crafts to Art Nouveau; it is a pity that Treglown produced so little, only otherwise publishing work in the Birmingham School’s internal magazine, The Quest (1894–6).
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