Visit Marlborough Graphics at the London Original Print Fair 2019, Stand 12
On display are works by Frank Auerbach, Francis Bacon, Louise Bourgeois, Lucian Freud, Maggi Hambling, Bill Jacklin, Ken Kiff, Leon Kossoff, Hughie O’Donoghue, Victor Pasmore, Paula Rego and Joe Tilson.
Royal Academy of Arts: 25 – 28 April 2019
Marlborough Graphics is pleased to present an exhibition of woodcuts by Allen Jones and H.C. Westermann.
Allen Jones’ Letters is a series of woodcut prints on rice paper, printed in 2007 by master printer Lu Pin in Beijing.
H. C. Westermann’s The Connecticut Ballroom, printed in 1975 is a portfolio of seven woodcut prints on Natsume paper.
Following on from Joe Tilson’s 2016 exhibition, Stones of Venice, this new collection of works continues to draw upon Tilson’s love and knowledge of the city he has visited for over 60 years.
Marlborough Graphics is pleased to present a selection of prints by Victor Pasmore to correspond with his exhibition Victor Pasmore: Space as Motif at Marlborough Fine Art.
The works are on view in Gallery 3.
The exhibition revisits a selection of works shown in Pasmore’s lauded 1965 retrospective at the Tate, as well as others created in the years immediately prior to and after the show, illuminating a crucial stage (1960-1070) in the artist’s long career.
Marlborough Fine Art is pleased to present an online – only exhibition of works by Frank Auerbach, Lucian Freud, Ken Kiff, Celia Paul and Paula Rego, all of whom currently feature in the exhibition Studio Prints: A Survey
View artworks by Frank Auerbach, Lucian Freud, Ken Kiff, Leon Kossoff, Celia Paul and Paula Rego. The works span a period of over twenty years and celebrate Studio Prints as a distinctive and vital printmaking workshop.
Works by Frank Auerbach and Alberto Giacometti are on display at Marlborough’s stand N211, explore the energetic and intense output of two towering figures in post-war art.
8 -11 November 2018
VIP: 7 November 2018
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Nina Murdoch’s new series of works have a depth and quality that resonate light and atmosphere in dramatic and hypnotic visions. The exhibition brings together 16 new large-scale egg tempera and gesso paintings alongside a group of pastel studies.
Maggi Hambling’s incisive portraits are both economic and visceral, serious and witty, cutting to the quick of the human condition.
The show is on view 23 October-29 November.
More details here