Chloe Cheese

Born: 1952
Place of Birth: London

Born in London, Chloe Cheese, spent her childhood in the Essex village of Great Bardfield, observing the printmaking of her parents Bernard Cheese and Sheila Robinson – and their friends Edward Bawden and Michael Rothenstein. Chloe studied at Cambridge Art School before attending the Royal College of Art, London.

Selected commissions
House of Commons, a lithograph of The Vote Office; illustrations for ‘A Passion for Pasta’ by Antonio Carluccio; illustrations for ‘Walking the Bridge of Your Nose’ poems chosen by Michael Rosen for children.

Public collections
V&A, London; Arts Council of Great Britain; House of Commons; Tate Britain (print); and Museum of London.

 

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Ten Printmakers: St. Judes at The Scottish Gallery (July 2013)

 

  • Chloe Cheese

    Passing Through Parliament Square, Edinburgh

    2013
    lithograph on Somerset paper printed at Curwen Studio with additional stencilled colour by the artist, edition of 30
    H:55cm W:41.5cm
    £225 unframed
    Exclusive Print for The Scottish Gallery
  • Chloe Cheese

    A Cold Spring in New Town Edinburgh, 2013

    2013
    H:48cm W:34 cm
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