Vintage and Contemporary Prints
29 Jun 2019 - 20 Jul 2019
This July Tommy Zyw selects from the subject of Vintage and Contemporary Prints.
Printmaking in Britain underwent a revival at the turn of the 20th century - the founding of the Society of Painters and Etchers in 1880 and the release of several publications by London art dealers was a driving force behind the growing popularity in print making. In recent times, printmaking in Scotland has flourished with the emergence of several independent studios which have included Harley Brothers, Glasgow and Edinburgh Print Studios, Peacocks and Graal Press.
This exhibition features prominent figures in Scottish and British printmaking with specific examples from contemporary artists including; Wilhelmina Barns Graham, Elizabeth Blackadder, Victoria Crowe, Kate Downie, Edward Gage, Charles Hodge Mackie, G.L. Hunter, Angie Lewin, Robert MacBryde, Calum McClure, David Michie and Frances Walker
The Seine at St Cloud View details
The Seine at St Cloudc.1928/29etchingH:21cm W:26cmSoldThe Winter Commute - Saturday View details
The Winter Commute - Saturdaymonotype and relief print, Variable Edition printH:57cm W:76cmReservedThe Art of Crossing, 2014 View details
The Art of Crossing, 2014etching, edition 35/50H:65cm W:109cmSoldStudy for Joan of Arc and the Scots Guard View details
Study for Joan of Arc and the Scots Guard1896lithographH:23cm W:29.5cmSoldQueen of Birds View details
Queen of Birds1958lithographH:60cm W:45cm£1,150All Alone in the Museum of Modern Art from 'In the Museum of Modern Art' View details
All Alone in the Museum of Modern Art from 'In the Museum of Modern Art'1971etching & aquatintH:75cm W:98cmSoldYoung Woman in Interior View details
Young Woman in Interiorc.1920etchingH:26.5cm W:18.5cm£2,500Festival Mug View details
Festival Mug2011lithograph, edition of 100H:38cm W:52cm£505Wild Shore View details