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These panels originally decorated the door of Sir Geoffrey Fry's Music Room in Portman Square, London. Ravilious based the tennis court on the Manor Gardens at Eastbourne. He treated the panels as a continuous composition, with the game's progress and the players' gestures linking the three parts. 'I like definite shapes,' Eric Ravilious once wrote, and this picture shows this with its flattened forms, hard lines, and doll-like human figures.  
Tempera on plywood panel, 1930.
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  • Small: 40cm
  • Medium: 60cm
  • Large: 80cm
  • Extra Large: 100cm

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