Ranging from Walter Sickert's works of the 1910s and 1920s to David Hockney's early etchings inspired by his trip to New York in 1962, Modern British Prints presents a varied selection of prints by some of the most beloved artists of 20th century Britain.
The exhibition encompasses Frank Auerbach's first attempts at drypoints made as a student in 1954, Edward Bawden's quirky engravings, Paul Nash and C.R.W. Nevinson's poignant lithographs of the War, Geoffrey Clarke's sculptural etchings, pastoral scenes by Graham Sutherland and Frederick Griggs, evocative portraits by Gerald Brockhurst and examples of the work of printmaker power-couple Ethel Gabain and John Copley, among others.
A selection of images for the exhibited works are available to see on this page. All works are offered for sale.
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