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The story of Sybil Andrews and Cyril Power, two artists who changed each other in an age of experiment and turmoil. Signed copies available for £25 +p&p.
This catalogue was published to accompany the exhibition at Osborne Samuel gallery 24 September 10 October 2015. The catalogue illustrates over 40 works from our collection of…
This important publication provides a comprehensive overview of the life and work of a key figure in British art history. Including 85 colour and 20 b&w illustrations. 136pp.
This new book which accompanied the exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery illustrates over 120 linocuts, drawings and posters by Grosvenor School artists and its thematic layout focuses on the key components which made up their dynamic and rhythmic visual imagery. 192pp.
64pp colour illustrated exhibition catalogue published in 2013
This catalogue was published to accompany an exhibition which commemorates the 80th Anniversary of The First Exhibition of British Linocuts which was held in London in June 1929. 48pp
A look at the artistic and technical innovation of British printmaking from World War I to the eve of World War II, as artists from the Grosvenor School and beyond harnessed an emerging modernist style.
The catalogue raisonne of Diebenkorn's etchings and drypoints. Introduction by Mark Stevens. 128pp
This is the hardbound catalogue raisonné of the graphic work of the renowned twentieth century Italian artist Marino Marini, published in 1993, it contains fully illustrated and annotated entries for 384 engravings, lithographs and graphic works. 278pp.
David Mitchinson, former Head of Collections and Exhibitions at The Henry Moore Foundation, has written a new book, Henry Moore: Prints and Portfolios.
Osborne Samuel Gallery has always specialised in British avant-garde prints, representing the Edward Wadsworth Estate and dealing in the prints of Nash, CRW Nevinson and William Roberts.
Philip Vann’s accompanying essay gives us for the first time a thorough understanding of Power’s work, putting it firmly into a contemporary context. Published in hardback in 2013. 112pp.