Lot 323 - Alison Lambert - Eudes
Alison Lambert has established, over the past forty years, an international reputation as one of the foremost British artists working with the human figure. Her large charcoal drawings and monotypes are included in a number of public and private collections around the world, including the V&A, the British Museum, the Art Institute of Minneapolis, USA and the Art Gallery of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Her next major exhibition will be held at Derby Museum and Art Gallery in Spring 2025, where she will be exhibiting large scale drawings and monotypes in two galleries, with a possible UK tour.
BA HONS Coventry University
Jill George Gallery - Many Solo exhibitions. Pratt Contemporary Art- Many Contemporary Original Print Fairs. Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto - A number of Solo exhibitions. British Touring Exhibition, The Human Image in 2002. Mixed exhibition at the V&A. Many Art Fairs with the Jill George Gallery in London, Canada, USA.
Jill George Gallery and Pratt Contemporary Art at present.
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
These three monotypes have been printed by myself from a copper plate. The plate was rolled in black ink first. I then drew each of the heads by removing the ink with brushes, sticks and various screwed up papers and white spirit. Each print is a one- off and can never be repeated.
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