Both exhibitions: 4th – 28th October
Impressions: Two Centuries of Printmaking is a wide-ranging exhibition featuring examples from some of the most prominent British printmakers in the last two centuries, at Edinburgh’s Open Eye Gallery. In association with John Anderson, the show will include works by Robert Austin, Sandra Blow, Sir Muirhead Bone, Gerald Leslie Brockhurst, Lynn Chadwick, Alan Davie, Peter Howson, James McBey, Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, Victor Pasmore, Graham Sutherland, William Walcot and Sir David Wilkie.
Quartet is an exhibition showcasing works from four new artists to the Gallery: Nerine Tassie, Susan Mitchell, Kate Montgomery and Fi Wallace Velarde. Having previously exhibited postcard sized works as part of its annual On a Small Scale exhibition, this all-female group of artists has been hand-picked by the Directors to showcase a selection of larger-scale works, as an introduction to the Gallery’s stable of talented artists.
Image: Gerald Leslie Brockhurst RA RE (1890-1978), Basque Boy, original lithograph, 1945