Edward Loxton Knight

Edward Loxton Knight (1905-1993)

Edward Loxton Knight was born and lived in Long Eaton, Derbys. A painter and print-maker he studied under Joseph Else at Nottingham School of Art from 1924 to 1929 and was elected member of the Colour Gravure Society, the Royal Society of British Artists, The Pastel Society, the Royal Society of Painters in Watercolour. He exhibited with the New Group and extensively throughout this country and abroad.

He is best known for his much-prized series of woodcuts produced in the 1920s inspired by the teaching of his headmaster at Long Eaton Grammar School, Samuel Clegg, and for his design for the famous Sandeman’s Port poster.

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