THE PRINT SHOW18th TO 21st CENTURY PRINTMAKING 18 Jan - 16 Feb 2019The Fine Art Society presents a selling exhibition of works by British printmakers of the last two centuries, including etchings, linocuts, woodcuts and engravings. The exhibition spans over 200 years of artist printmaking production and includes some of the most notable British prints: A Manhattan Excavation, 1923, by Sir Muirhead Bone, James McBey’s Venetian etchings, scenes of Edinburgh and Glasgow by architect and etcher William Walcot, Pre-Raphelite engravings by Robert Sargent Austin. A group of rare prints by James McIntosh Patrick will also be displayed.
Works by the following artists will be on show: Alexander Runciman, David Allan, Sir David Wilkie, William Walcot, Sir Muirhead Bone, James McBey, Gerald Leslie Brockhurst, Robert Sargent Austin, Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe and William Wilson.
Also included will be a showcase of etchings, aquatints and lino prints by London-based artist Jack Fawdry Tatham.
THE PRINT SHOW20th CENTURY PRINTMAKING 15 Jan - 10 Feb 2018The Fine Art Society in Edinburgh presents an exhibition of works by twentieth century printmakers, including etchings, linocuts, woodcuts, and engravings. The techniques and experiences of artists throughout the century are showcased: sights from the European travels of James McBey, scenes of Edinburgh and Scottish fishing villages by William Wilson, the Highland landscape etchings of James McIntosh Patrick and Sir David Young Cameron including his renowned etchings Ben Ledi and Ben Lomond, and a series of still lifes by David Sinclair.
Works by the following artists are exhibited: John Rankine Barclay, Sir David Young Cameron RA RSA HRSW RE, James McBey, Sir Henry Rushbury, William Wilson RSA RSW, James McIntosh Patrick RSA, and David Sinclair.
Additional framed and unframed prints by these and other artists are available to purchase throughout the exhibition.
NOTABLEWORKS ON PAPER 1772-1972 11 May - 4 Jun 2016An exhibition of watercolours and drawings of note from Scotish artists between 1772 and 1972.