Prints, prints, prints

Prints, prints, prints
Turning point, 2018, 50 x 50 cm, etching, ed 30

Turning point, 2018, 50 x 50 cm, etching, ed 30

Recently I have been salivating over some brilliant print shows such as Rembrandt in the Rijksmuseum of Amsterdam to Edvard Munch in the British Museum and these have clearly given us all an appetite for the glorious London Original Print Fair where we not only can see the great versatility of the print medium but where, joy oh joy, we can actually own them.

Julian Page at stand 45 will be launching 5 of my large new prints, all portraits done in a single line etch which sounds a lot simpler than it is! There is no hiding any mistakes or weaknesses in simplicity….

Hot on the heels of the LOPF I will be participating in 3 print shows, Points of Contact, a survey of seventy years of printmaking in Britain at Austin Desmond Fine Art, curated by Julian Page followed by The Female Nude: Ways of Seeing at the University of Kent, curated by their history of art students.

Clifford Chance has selected prints from their collection for their show Sixty years, Women’s Art in the Clifford Chance art collection, viewing will be by appointment only.

All this should be enough of a feast to seriously indulge and I hope, that like I do, you will.

See you around!

25 – 28 April 2019
London Original Print Fair 2019
with Julian Page, stand 45
Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly, London
Thursday 25 April 10am–9pm
Friday 26 April 10am–9pm
Saturday 27 April 10am–6p
Sunday 28 April 10am–6pm
www: Julian Page at London Original Print Fair 2019 – Stand 45
www: Julian Page

Private View: Wednesday 1 May, 6-8pm
2 May – 15 June 2019
Julian Page will be curating :
Points of Contact, a survey of seventy years of printmaking in Britain.
AUSTIN / DESMOND FINE ART
Pied Bull Yard – Access via Bury Place
68/69 Great Russell street
LONDON WC1B 3BN
Open: Wed-Fri, 10:30-5:30
www: Points of Contact at AUSTIN / DESMOND FINE ART

Private View: Thursday 9 May
10 May — 26 May 2019
The Female Nude: Ways of Seeing
Curated by students in History of Art, this exhibition will challenge the representation of the female unclothed body in printmaking
Studio 3 Gallery
School of Arts, Jarman Building
University of Kent, Canterbury, CT2 7UG
www: The Female Nude: Ways of Seeing at Studio 3 Gallery

18 February – 7 June 2019
Sixty Years: Women’s Art in the Clifford Chance Art Collection
10 Upper Bank St, Canary Wharf, London E14 5JJ
By appointment only, email: nigel.frank@cliffordchance.com
www: Sixty Years: Women’s Art in the Clifford Chance Art Collection

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