Historic Festivals and Verses
 
 
THE LAST SUPPER
 
Engraved for a broadsheet for Maundy Thursday.  Jesus and his disciples surround the Holy Grail.
 
Wood engraving.  Block size 130mm x 130mm (5ins x 5ins). Printed  by John Grice at the Evergreen
 
WHIT SUNDAY 1967
 
The linocut depicts an open canvas-covered boat similar to the curraghs found on the west coast of Ireland, except that this one has a pointed stern.  Inside the hull two beehive cells similar in
 
ET VERBO CARO FACTUM EST
 
A Christmas card of about 1956, based on a wood engraving by David Jones.  The inscription is from the Prologue of St John’s Gospel – And the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us.
 
Wood
 
SPRING NATIVITY
 
A Christmas card commissioned by the Bishop of Norwich, Dr Launcelot Fleming, in 1967.  In it Nativity and Resurrection themes – Christmas and Easter – are combined.  Mary emerges through the roof
 
Celebrating the age-old festivals of the Christian Year