WHISTLER, Rex

Reginald John 'Rex' Whistler (b. 24 June 1905, Eltham, Kent; d. 18 July 1944) was an English artist, designer and illustrator.

His most noted work during the early part of his career was for the Cafe at the Tate Gallery completed in 1927 when he was only 22. He was commissioned to produced posters and illustrations for Shell Petroleum and the Radio Times. He also made designs for Wedgwood china based on drawings he made of the Devon village of Clovelly


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