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Lasting Impressions

We are delighted to share the press release from Scarborough Art Gallery regarding the Printmakers Council Print Archive and the upcoming exhibition. Lasting Impressions – a selection of works from the Printmakers Council archive  25 March to 18 June 2017 An exhibition celebrating printmakers and their work, and featuring many prints which have never been […]

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Moth-eaten taxidermy and hybrid lithography

Moth-eaten taxidermy and hybrid lithography  by Caroline Whitehead After several years working mainly with silkscreen, I have made most of my recent prints either using various forms of alternative lithography – mokulito (lithography on wood); waterless litho; and so-called “kitchen” litho (using aluminium foil and cola) – or etched linoleum. What all these methods have […]

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A Sixties Pressure Group

A SIXTIES PRESSURE GROUP: FIFTY YEARS OF THE PRINTMAKERS COUNCIL by Michael Kennedy   The Printmaker’s Council, largely the initiative of printmaker, painter and teacher Michael Rothenstein, had its origins in a series of informal meetings in the early 1960’s, some of which were held at his London flat and others either at Bertorelli’s restaurant […]

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