Marlborough Fine Art is pleased to present ‘Two Decades: British Printmaking in the 1960s and 1970s’. An exhibition featuring graphic works of the 1960s and 1970s from prominent British artists and printmakers.
Featured artists include Barbara Hepworth, Allen Jones, R.B. Kitaj, Henry Moore, Victor Pasmore, John Piper, Graham Sutherland and Joe Tilson.
John Davies print-making is fundamental to his sculptural practice with recurring themes that appear throughout his body of work. This series of haunting prints focus on the fragility of time and its effect on the human form.
John Davies’ works are currently on display in ‘Carved, Cast, Constructed: British Sculpture 1951 – 1991’ at Marlborough London and at Turner Contemporary’s ‘My Ghosts’.
Marlborough Fine Art is delighted to be participating in ART021 Shanghai (Stand E01). The collector’s preview is the 8-9 November and the fair is open to the public from 10-12 November.
Leading Chinese artists on our stand will include: Chu Teh-Chun, Zao Wou-Ki, Chen Yifei and Song Yige.
Modern British artists will include Frank Auerbach, Paula Rego, Euan Uglow, and their contemporary, French artist Avigdor Arikha, in addition to Contemporary artists Jason Brooks and Werner Büttner.
Marlborough Graphics is pleased to present an online exhibition of nine lithographs and etchings by Henry Moore.
Best known for his substantial sculptural output, Henry Moore was also a prolific draughtsman and printmaker. Moore produced his earliest prints in the form of linocuts in the 1930’s. However, it was not until 1950 that he formed the first of his major graphic portfolios, Prométhée, a group of eleven lithographs illustrating André Gide’s translation of Goethe’s book by the same name.
Moore continued to make both lithographs and etchings regularly, often using several plates in one composition. The other works presented are all fine examples of Moore’s relentless pursuit of depicting interpretations of the human figure. From the map-like contour lines of Two Reclining Figures (Linear), 1969 to the sketch-like abbreviations of Eight Reclining Figures 1, 1966, these works offer the viewer an insight into the thought process of a sculptor translating form into two dimensions.
Marlborough Fine Art is pleased to present a survey exhibition exploring the developments of post-war British sculpture. An extension of our presentation at Frieze Masters, this exhibition traces the visual arts in Britain as they spawned an increasingly rapid succession of theories and styles.
Featured artists include: Kenneth Armitage, Lynn Chadwick, John Davies, Allen Jones, Raymond Mason, Margaret Mellis, Henry Moore, Eduardo Paolozzi, Victor Pasmore and Roland Piché.
Christopher Le Brun’s ‘Wagner’ series contains eight etchings on the theme of Wagner’s ‘Ring Cycle’. The etchings are developed from photogravures- a technique associated with the 19th century printmaking and is rarely used today. The ‘Wagner’ portfolio was published by Paragon Press in collaboration with Marlborough Graphics and exhibited at Marlborough Galleries in London and New York in 1994.
Marlborough Fine Art is delighted to be participating in this years edition of Frieze Masters. On view are works by Kenneth Armitage, Anthony Caro, Lynn Chadwick, John Davies, Barbara Hepworth, Allen Jones, Raymond Mason, Margaret Mellis, Henry Moore, Eduardo Paolozzi, Victor Pasmore and William Turnbull.
Paula Rego executed all twenty-five of the Peter Pan etchings and aquatints in 1992 between January and May. Fifteen of them were published by Marlborough Graphics in a portfolio and were used in the Folio Society’s 1992 edition of the play.
Marlborough Fine Art exhibited ‘Peter Pan and Other Stories’ from December 1992-January 1993.
Marlborough Fine Art is pleased to present a retrospective of celebrated Scottish painter Steven Campbell. The show consists of a selection of works made between 1983 and 2007.
This major exhibition is a rare insight into the career of an artist who is considered to have pioneered the renaissance of Scottish art in the 1980s. It is the first major exhibition in London since his solo show at Marlborough Fine Art in 2009.
An online selection of Victor Pasmore’s prints available to acquire at Marlborough London.
Victor Pasmore developed his imagery in print form over four decades – from the renaissance of printmaking in Britain in the 1960s until his death in 1998. The process was a collaborative one between Pasmore and the printer, with the artist drawing on the studio’s particular skills and developing images appropriate to them.