135 Philip Sutton Woodcuts
1962 - 1976
Philip Sutton RA presents an exhibition of woodcuts that was shown previously at the Royal Academy and toured Britain. Philip’s enjoyment of form and colour can be seen in the balance of shape in these unique prints. He learnt printmaking as a young man at the Slade School of Art under John Buckland Wright, later going on to teach it there himself. He did printing in Paris in the famous studio of the engraver S.W. Hayter and over the years worked in the printing studios of many friends. These woodcuts were made between 1962 and 1976.
The Philip Sutton Gallery
6a Foundry Lane, St. Michael’s Trading Estate
From South Street turn onto Gundry Lane. At the end, cross St. Michael’s Lane and go straight on to Foundry Lane. First right, cross the courtyard, up the metal steps.
Fairly steep metal stairs with hand rail to gallery entrance. Sorry no toilet.
Wed- Sun 11.00am - 1.30pm and 2.00pm - 5.00pm (closed Mon & Tues)
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