Work of the Week 48: Red Tabby by Sheila Robinson

Work of the Week 48: Red Tabby by Sheila Robinson

cardboard cut, 1971 Sheila Robinson developed her own highly accomplished technique for printmaking using a cardboard cut out, often in conjunction with lino print, produced without the aid of a press, her cottage being too small to accommodate one. Card shapes were...
Work of the Week 47: Christmas Greetings by Walter Hoyle

Work of the Week 47: Christmas Greetings by Walter Hoyle

etching Hoyle’s image is a quirky and ebullient depiction of Santa Claus driving his present-laden sleigh through the night sky on Christmas Eve. In Clement Clarke Moore’s 1823 poem “A Visit from Saint Nicholas” (also known as “Twas the Night Before Christmas”),...
Work of the Week 44: Caerhays Castle by Edward Bawden

Work of the Week 44: Caerhays Castle by Edward Bawden

watercolour 1983 Caerhays Castle in Cornwall was built at the beginning of the 19th century for John Bettesworth-Trevanion. It was designed by John Nash, one of the most prominent architects of the Georgian and Regency periods, who was also responsible for Buckingham...