Collaboration in Practice:

British Lithography 1800 - 2022

Exhibitions | 4 May 2023 - 27 May 2023

This exhibition offers a visual survey of British lithography from its beginnings at the turn of the 19th Century to the present day, focussing on the collaboration between artist and printer.

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Many of the prints on display are taken from the Aberystwyth University School of Art Collections, supplemented by those on loan from contemporary artists and studios. Paul Croft RE, the curator of this exhibition, qualified as a Master Printer at the Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque in 1996 and now teaches printmaking at the School of Art in Aberystwyth.

The exhibition includes work by:

Thomas Barker of Bath, Frank Brangwyn, Alfons Bytautas, Bernard Cheese, Robert Colquhoun, Eileen Cooper, Ruth Jen Evans, Mary Fedden, Barnett Freedman, Marcelle Hanselaar, James Duffield Harding, Charles Hullmandel, Elspeth Lamb, Stanley Jones, Mary Lloyd Jones, Flora McLachlan, John Piper, Eric Ravilious, Paula Rego, Ceri Richards, Michael Rothenstein, Bronwen Sleigh, Graham Sutherland, James Abbott McNeil Whistler and Keith Vaughan (and many others...)

The Woodman Blue Boy, Keith Vaughan (1912-77), Lithograph 465mm x 315mm 1949 Published by Miller’s Press, © Estate of Keith Vaughan