London Original Print Week

1-8 May 2021

Prints have always been an integral part of our activities at Osborne Samuel gallery. Most of us at the gallery began our careers in the world of original prints and thus there has always been a passion for them at the gallery.

This online catalogue covers two fairs in May 2021; the London Original Print Fair that annually takes place at the Royal Academy of Arts this year becomes London Original Print Week from 1-8 May. Thirty-three dealers/publishers are showing at various gallery locations in and around London.  See www.londonoriginalprintfair.com for the latest updates.

The second fair is an online fair of the International Fine Print Dealers Association from 14-28 May. This fair usually takes place in New York each autumn in late October. Regrettably, both this and the London fair has been cancelled again this year.

We deal in original prints, predominantly British, and each work in this exhibition is an original work of art. The exhibition has been curated to show the diversity, originality and technical expertise evident in so much of 20th century printmaking.  We have laid out the catalogue in various sections to give an approximate chronological order to the development of printmaking in the 20th and 21st centuries. As always condition reports are available on request, and in many cases we have other prints by the artists included in the exhibition. Our website, www.osbornesamuel.com is always a good place to look.

We are now open again and look forward to welcoming you to the gallery where the prints will be on exhibition.  It’s not vital but it would help to let us know when you might want to visit as we are following all government advice to keep you and our staff safe and well!

Bringing in the Boat

Sybil Andrews: Bringing in the Boat, 1933

In Full Cry

Sybil Andrews: In Full Cry, 1931

Skaters

Sybil Andrews: Skaters, 1953

SEVEN PORTRAITS: JULIA; DAVID; CATHERINE; J.Y.M.; MICHAEL; GEOFFREY; AND JAKE

Frank Auerbach: SEVEN PORTRAITS: JULIA; DAVID; CATHERINE; J.Y.M.; MICHAEL; GEOFFREY; AND JAKE, 1989-90

Cattle Market, Braintree

Edward Bawden: Cattle Market, Braintree, 1937

Cats and Chair

John Craxton: Cats and Chair, 1997

Chrismouse

John Craxton: Chrismouse, 2002

Two Cats Playing

John Craxton: Two Cats Playing, 1995

July, Summer 2014 V

Jim Dine: July, Summer 2014 V, 2014

July, Summer 2014 XVIII

Jim Dine: July, Summer 2014 XVIII, 2014

September 13 1918, St.Mihiel (The Great Black Cloud)

Kerr Eby: September 13 1918, St.Mihiel (The Great Black Cloud), 1934

Into the Sea

Claude Flight: Into the Sea, c.1925

Bella

Lucian Freud: Bella, 1987

Portrait Head

Lucian Freud: Portrait Head, 2001

Dorset Town

William Greengrass: Dorset Town, 1935

Panama Hat

David Hockney: Panama Hat, 1972

The Cricket Match

Edith Lawrence: The Cricket Match, c.1929

Four Mother and Child Studies

Henry Moore: Four Mother and Child Studies, 1976

The Wall, Dymchurch

Paul Nash: The Wall, Dymchurch, 1920

Snow Scene

Paul Nash: Snow Scene, 1920

Nerves of an Army

CRW Nevinson: Nerves of an Army, 1918

Returning to the Trenches

CRW Nevinson: Returning to the Trenches, 1916

Map of Nowhere

Grayson Perry: Map of Nowhere, 2008

The Merry-Go-Round

Cyril Edward Power: The Merry-Go-Round, c.1930

The Sunshine Roof

Cyril Edward Power: The Sunshine Roof, c.1934

Mingulay

William Scott: Mingulay, 1962

The Plough

Ethel Spowers: The Plough, 1928

Wet Afternoon

Ethel Spowers: Wet Afternoon, 1929-1930

Guards

Lill Tschudi: Guards, 1936

Sailors’ Holiday

Lill Tschudi: Sailors’ Holiday, 1932

Winter Landscape

Keith Vaughan: Winter Landscape, 1949