The exhibition opened on 7th February and proceeds to 26th February and I’d pretty a lot suggest this exhibition to any individual interested in fantastic artwork printmaking.
- There are a ton of high high quality artworks in this exhibition.
- Extra importantly quite a few of them are pretty economical (i.e. less than £500 – with some a lot less than £100)
The Modern society of Wood Engravers was launched in 1920 by artists which include Eric Gill, Gwen Raverat, Robert Gibblings, Philip Hagreen and Lucien Pissarro. A break throughout the war several years and then again in the 1970s meant that their annual exhibition ceased for a time considering the fact that their revival in 1984, they have constructed a track record for excellence, attracting exhibitors and collectors from around the globe
|Watch of one particular corner of the exhibition
It commences with illustrations or photos of the prizewinners adopted by gallery views of the wooden engravings in the exhibition.
|See of some of the artworks in the exhibition – indicating the variation in dimensions
I’m relatively puzzled by wherever I can obtain a listing of the prizewinners on what seems to be the two sites of the Culture of Wood Engravers
|SWA Attribute Artist 2023: Angie Lewin
In 2006 I was elected to The Royal Modern society of Painter Printmakers and in 2008 to The Society of Wood Engravers. In 2010 I was elected to The Artwork Personnel Guild. In 2016 I was elected to The Royal Watercolour Society.
What’s rather odd is that the artworks are not all wooden engravings.