(1872 - 1966)
Edward Gordon Craig was active/lived in United Kingdom. Edward Craig is known for stage design, woodcuts portraits, illustrations.
Biography Edward Craig
Edward Gordon Craig was born in Stevenage/Hertford, England on January 29, 1872, the son of the actress Ellen Terry and the architect, stage designer and theatre director Edward William Godwin. Between 1889 and 1897 he worked as an actor at Henry Irving's Lyceum Theatre in London and began to design his own figurines and stage designs.
He was increasingly interested in graphics* and was taught woodcut* techniques by James Pryde, William Nicholson and William Rothenstein since 1893. Edward Gordon Craig executed in the following time uncounted ex-libris, portraits of actors, theatre brochures and book illustrations. In his journal The Page, he published several graphics using various pseudonyms.
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