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Artist Stories: Spotlight

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Fascinated by light as a form of expression, Henri Matisse experimented with windows for decades. From Nice to Tangier, discover the stories behind some of his most inventive, window-inspired works.

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When he travelled to Nice, French Fauvist Henri Matisse spent much of his time painting nude odalisque figures. We take a closer look at L’Odalisque Assise, a rare lithograph produced by the famous Parisian print studio Galerie Mourlot

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It was a privilege to have Faye Bridgwater in our Sussex workshop. Learn more about her latest projects and the new Limited Edition prints we produced and hand framed for her. 

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Discover the collectible exhibition posters Hockney designed for Tate, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco Opera and more.

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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 HepworthTerry Frost, and Patrick Heron. Learn more about their pioneering abstract works.

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A.M. Cassandre’s early work afforded him instant acclaim. We delve deeper into the journey he took to become one of the most sought-after commercial illustrators of his generation, creating works such as Normandie, Nord Express, and many more influential graphic design posters.

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Movies have captured the hearts of spectators for decades: from indie hits to blockbuster sell-outs. Film advertisement posters are widely admired for their bold lettering and large format, with many film-goers collecting them as relics of cinematic history. Join us as we take a closer look at some of the world’s best-loved blockbusters that feature in our Rare Film Poster archive.

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Join us as we catch up with Lesley Birch to discuss keeping up creative momentum during times of uncertainty, immersing herself in colour, and her latest works inspired by her beloved homeland, Scotland.

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Incredibly imaginative, the titles of Hoffnung’s playful works alone – ‘Cat with Musical Whiskers’, ‘Cymbal Player with Bandaged Nose’, ‘Tubular Bell Accident’, amongst others – all bring extraordinary scenes to life.

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Ashton’s Mix is an homage to Spencer Ashton Richards, Frank Bowling’s long standing friend and New York studio manager. When Richards first set eyes on Bowling’s work in a New York gallery in 1994, he admitted being overwhelmed by what he saw.

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Established in 1912, the French lifestyle magazine Gazette du Bon Ton included designs by leading Art Deco artists of the day. These women, with their cloche and wide-brimmed hats, red-rouged cheeks and pearls represented the height of 1920s fashion.

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As one of the only American artists associated with both the Dada and Surrealist movements, Man Ray was a key figure in the rise of early twentieth-century avant-garde art. Join us as we take a look at his accomplished career and the events that led him to create a sculptural piece called La Poire d’Erik Satie.