Current Exhibitions

Great Lithographs from 1920's Paris

8 June 2017

During the early 1920’s in Paris a small group of art dealers began to be interested in promoting a revival of the art of the lithograph. Edmond Frapier was one of the leading members of that circle. Inspired by the famous work of Ambroise Vollard in the 1890-1900 period, with his great albums of lithographs by such artists as Bonnard, he decided in c.1922 to commission lithographs by many of the leading painters of that period, linking them to the great tradition of the 1890’s through work by Toulouse Lautrec.

Acknowledging the most pure tradition of the previous era the artists were all to work in pure black and white.

The works in this catalogue are an almost complete selection of the simple luminous beauty of drawing that resulted from Frapier’s commission.

Previous Exhibitions

Modern British - Eight Master Prints

25 April 2017

Christmas Exhibition 2016

1 December 2016

Arp to Warhol

19 November 2016