HENLEY’S Bohun Gallery opened a new exhibition of 20th century and contemporary collector’s prints this weekend.
The new exhibition features work by some of the leading names in British art including Sir Peter Blake, Mary Fedden, Dame Elisabeth Frink, John Piper and Terry Frost.
The show will highlight the diversity of 20th century and contemporary printmaking.The exhibition will feature a number of new and exciting artists whose prints collectors may not yet be familiar with.
Gallery manager Katie Newman said: “The Bohun Gallery is thrilled to be featuring a print by Anthony Green, senior Royal Academician, who is one of the UK’s most eminent and best-loved narrative painters.
“John McLean, who was the focus of a major Fine Art Society retrospective in 2013 will feature, as will the ‘reverspective’ prints of Patrick Hughes which form a 3D moving image and are bound to confound visitors! The exhibition will also present new prints by Ben Johnson, Natasha Kumar and Dan Baldwin, who is currently taking the London art scene by storm.
“These artists are using a whole new spectrum of materials in the print making process including diamond dust, gilding and neon paints which introduce a new dimension to the practice.
“Over the last 20 years, prints have become more visible, accessible and more affordable than ever.”
Collector’s Prints opens tomorrow (Saturday) at 2pm and runs until April 26 at the Bohun Gallery on Reading Road, Henley.