Crisp and clinical, Jemma Appleby’s exquisite charcoal drawings are so finely executed that they have a velvet-like quality to them. Find out more about the interplay between light and shadow in her architectural drawings, creative discipline, and the edition she’s made for our soon-to-be launched Curated Editions collection, New Mythologies.
To celebrate the opening of Tate Modern's ‘EY Exhibition: Cézanne’, we take a closer look at one of his most iconic paintings, ‘Bathers (Les Grandes Baigneuses)’.
To mark sixty years since Marilyn Monroe’s death, we take a closer look at some of our favourite prints and posters that encapsulate her timeless glamour.
We explore the ways Basquiat told a story of black struggle through his idols, including jazz pianist Thelonious Monk, legendary bebop saxophonist Charlie Parker, and boxers Sugar Ray Robinson and Muhammad Ali.
Playful, colourful, and joyous to behold, mixed media artist Candida Powell-Williams’ work explores representations of overlooked historical women. With an esoteric language of symbols, signs and spiritual practices, she creates compelling performances and works of sculpture.
‘Creating every day, putting paint to paper and immersing myself in colour empties my head of troubles, filling me with energy and hope.’
As Howard Hodgkin’s studio assistant for over 22 years, Andy Barker accompanied him on several trips to his beloved India. We chat to him about his experiences with the late artist and a new Limited Edition print inspired by a tree he spotted from Hodgkin’s balcony.
London-based painter Emma Cousin uses the figure as a mechanism to explore phenomenological experiences.
During the outbreak of World War II, a group of artists flocked to a small fishing village on the western coast of Cornwall. Known for its special quality of light, St Ives attracted artists such as Barbara Hepworth, Terry Frost, and Patrick Heron. Learn more about their pioneering abstract works.
David Price, a self-confessed aquatint aficionado, originally went to the Royal College of Art where he learned printmaking and later became a Fellow at the Royal Academy. He talks to curator Becca Pelly-Fry about his fascination with brash, colourful ‘non-art’, and the edition he’s made for our soon-to-be launched Curated Editions collection, New Mythologies.
Though they didn’t know it at the time, when three Swiss-German artists travelled around Tunisia for two weeks in 1914, they changed the course of twentieth-century art.
Henri Matisse’s original cut-outs were last exhibited at Tate Modern in 2014. To keep the spirit of these seminal works alive, we have obtained the rights to produce the widely-celebrated works as part of our Tate fine art print collection.
When Spencer Ashton Richards first set eyes on Bowling’s exquisite abstract work in a New York gallery in 1994, he admitted being overwhelmed by what he saw.
Inspired by everyday objects and the intimacy of her own home, Bianca Harrington’s still life paintings evoke a comforting sense of calm. We catch up with her to discuss her latest works.
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