Artist - Rosemary Ellis
Rosemary Ellis (also known by the name Dorothy Rosemary Ellis), born 1910, died 1998. Designed posters for London Transport 1933-1939
Rosemary Ellis was also known by the name Dorothy Rosemary Collinson,.
Rosemary Ellis was a graphic artist and illustrator. She worked in collaboration with her husband, Clifford Ellis, whom she married in 1931. Together they designed posters for Shell, The Empire Marketing Board and the General Post Office, as well as London Transport. Between 1945 and 1982 they also designed nearly 100 book jackets for the New Naturalist Series, published by Collins. From the mid 1940s to the mid 1960s they worked for Bath Academy of Art, which was established for the education of art teachers.