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E. W. Haslehust (1866–1949)

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Includes the names: E.W. Haslehust, Ernest Haslehust, E. W. Haslehurst, Ernest Haslehurst, E.W. Haslehurst R.B.A.

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Trained at the Slade, exhibited regularly at many venues including the Royal Academy in London. He also designed posters for the LNER and LMS railway companies, and his art was featured in many magazines of the day including the Illustrated London News and The Tatler.
He was a prolific painter of British landscapes in watercolour and is perhaps best remembered for illustrating 36 volumes of the well-known "Beautiful England" series of travel books published by Blackie and Son Limited. [Wikipedia]
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