Woodcut, 1966

Sheila Robinson lived in Cage Cottage in Great Bardfield from 1957 until it was destroyed by fire in 1967. She was a skilled printmaker, and often worked in the unusual medium of cardboard cut prints. She produced many works to commission for bodies such as the Post Office, including stamp designs. Her daughter Chloë Cheese is one of the UK’s foremost printmakers and illustrators.

This and many other works can be seen at a special exhibition at Wolfson College Cambridge, running until the 20th March 2022.

Full details can be found here.

Title of work changed to Brook Street 30.01.2022