Wilhelmina Barns-Graham - PrintmakerCBE, HRSA, HRSW Born: 1912
Wilhelmina Barns-Graham was born in St Andrews and attended Edinburgh College of Art 1932-7. She moved to St Ives in the 1940s where she joined the artist societies of Newlyn, St Ives and Penwith and became friends with Nicholson, Hepworth and Gabo. A trip to Switzerland in 1948 inspired her Glacier Series and further significant travel to Italy in 1955 highlighted her strong draughtsmanship. She divided her time between St Andrews and St Ives from 1960 and produced various significant series of abstract works from the geometric to the more organic.
Later in her life her work took on a colourful, painterly flourishing in tandem with magnificent printmaking with Graal Press, consolidating her place as a major Modern British figure.
Wilhelmina Barns-Graham will be the subject of a solo exhibition at The Scottish Gallery in November 2019.
White Circle Series I View details
White Circle Series I2003screenprint, edition 37 of 70H:58.3cm W:57cm£1,710White Circle Series III View details
White Circle Series III2006 (posthumous)screenprint, unframed edition 16 of 75H:56cm W:76cm£1200White Circle Series II View details
White Circle Series II2003screenprint, unframed edition 27 of 70H:33.6cm W:44.4cm£840Sunghrie III View details
Sunghrie III2002screenprint, unframed edition 36 of 75H:57.3cm W:76.5cm£1440Millennium Series Green View details
Millennium Series Green2000screenprintH:24cm W:30.5cm£840 (unframed)Beach View details
Beach1999screenprintH:29cm W:40cmSoldMillennium Series Blue View details
Millennium Series Blue2000edition 55 of 75, screenprintH:24cm W:30.5cm£840 - unframedCelebration at 90 View details
Celebration at 902002screenprint, edition 17 of 70H:58cm W:76cm£1440 unframedVision in Time II View details