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 include:
Victoria & Albert Museum, London; Arts Council of Great Britain; House of Commons; Tate Britain (print); Museum of London.

  • Passing Through Parliament Square, Edinburgh
    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