The Fine Art Society presents a selling exhibition of 19th and 20th century prints.
From William Blake's engraving of Chaucer's Canterbury Pilgrims in 1809-10 to Howard Hodgkin's abstract hand-coloured lithographs of the 1970s, the exhibition will span 175 years of artist printmakers production and include 128 works by 49 artists.
All works are available for sale.
Works by the following artists will be on show:
Sybil Andrews, Frank Auerbach, Robert Austin, Stanley Roy Badmin, Edward Bawden, Robert Bevan, William Blake, Gerald Brockhurst, Edward Calvert, Geoffrey Clarke, George Clausen, Prunella Clough, John Copley, Paul Drury, Edwin Edwards, Terry Frost, Ethel Gabain, Walter Greaves, Frederick Griggs, Anthony Gross, Patrick Heron, David Hockney, Howard Hodgkin, John Hoyland, Augustus John, Peter Lanyon, William Larkins, Kenneth Martin, Charles Meryon, Paul Nash, CRW Nevinson, Ben Nicholson, Eduardo Paolozzi, Walter Phillips, John Platt, Bridget Riley, Theodore Roussel, Mabel Royds, Walter Sickert, Percy Smith, Stanley Spencer, William Strang, Graham Sutherland, Robin Tanner, Charles Tunnicliffe, Joseph Webb, David Wilkie.