LOPF Bulletin February 2019

Julian Trevelyan: The Artist and His World

A reminder to make a trip to Pallant House in Chichester this month to see printmaker Julian Trevelyan’s first solo show in 20 years. The Exhibition brings together 90 paintings and prints as well as rarely-seen sketchbooks, letters and photographs. Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, until 10 February.

Image: Wings of a Dove, 1997, etching with colour, courtesy of LOPF exhibitor Osborne Samuel. 

LOPF Bulletin January 2019

'Prints I Wish I Had Published' 

Bernard Jacobson Gallery

Current Exhibition

Print Publisher Bernard Jacobson celebrates 50 years in the business with an inspired and beautifully presented exhibition 'Prints I Wish I Had Published'

'Prints are generally less expensive than paintings, because in more plentiful supply, but they are not necessarily inferior. Indeed, they maybe just as good or better.' 

Martin Gayford, The Spectator

Read full article here

LOPF Bulletin January 2019

In Print: Making Impressions

Watts Contemporary Gallery is presenting, in partnership with Gwen Hughes Fine Art, ‘In Print: Making Impressions’ which is running from Friday 12th October – Sunday 6th January. The next instalment in Watts Contemporary Gallery's distinguished In Print annual exhibition series – celebrates the art of printmaking in all its eclectic variety. Featuring nine major techniques and some of the foremost names in British printmaking today, including Chris Orr RA, In Print: Making Impressions will present the best in linocut, lithograph, screenprint, drypoint, and everything in between.

The artists featured in this exhibition are: Chris Orr RA (lithograph) – whose work is in public collections such as The British Museum, National Portrait Gallery, Tate Britain and the Royal Academy - Faith Chevannes (drypoint), Hester Cox (collagraph), Hilary Daltry (woodcut), Anne Gournay (etching), Anna Harley (screenprint), Anita Klein and Susan Wheeler (linocut), and Howard Phipps and John Bryce (wood engraving). The exhibition includes artworks seen publicly for the first time: Anita Klein, The Thank-you Flowers; Faith Chevannes, Our Fascinating Starlings; John Bryce, Autumn Gale; Anna Harley, Moon Fruit II, Gold Leaf II.

Hilary Daltry, Clementines, Hand-printed woodcut

LOPF Bulletin December 2018

Royal Academician, Norman Ackroyd talks about his own etchings and a woodcut by Paul Gauguin

from LOPF 2018

LOPF Bulletin October 2018

Only Artists 

BBC Radio 4

Catch up with one of the Royal Academy's best-loved printmakers Norman Ackroyd in conversation with Robert Macfarlane 

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