Advertising and the artist : Ashley Havinden / Michael Havinden [and others].

"Under the professional name of 'Ashley', Ashely Havinden (1903-1973) was one of the most successful advertising artists and designers working in Britain in the twentieth century. He made his reputation at Crawfords, the progressive advertising agency in London, and as art director he...

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Main Author: Havinden, Michael Ashley (Author)
Corporate Author: National Galleries of Scotland
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Edinburgh : National Galleries of Scotland, 2003.
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Summary:"Under the professional name of 'Ashley', Ashely Havinden (1903-1973) was one of the most successful advertising artists and designers working in Britain in the twentieth century. He made his reputation at Crawfords, the progressive advertising agency in London, and as art director he was responsible for many innovative and stylish campaigns for clients as diverse as Chrysler Motors, Eno's Fruit Salt, Martini and the world-famous Simpson Piccadilly. In the 1930s, he also made a name for himself as a designer of rugs and fabrics and as an abstract painter. Marking the centenary of his birth, this is the first book to be published on Ashley's work and highlights the diversity of his long and influential career."--BOOK JACKET.
Item Description:"Published...to accompany the exhibition Advertising and the artist : the work and collection of Ashley Havinden held at the Dean Gallery, Edinburgh, from 15 October [2003] to 18 January 2004.".
Physical Description:93 pages : illustrations (some colour), portraits ; 27 cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN:1903278376
9781903278376
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