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The exhibition about Samuel Palmer in which 3 of my etchings appeared last year in Oxfordshire is now available online

http://www.elizabethharvey-lee.com/exhibitions/palmer/palmer_intro.htm

It’s a really interesting show featuring all of Palmer’s etchings, those of his peers, and those of his followers. Let alone Palmer, I feel honoured to be in the company of Robin Tanner, Graham Sutherland, Paul Drury and George Tute, whose stunning wood engraving Dandelion Field is hanging in front of me as I write this.

It’s a shame the reproductions of my work in the catalogue and online are not very good – I have no idea how they were scanned or photographed but they look terrible – so I’m publishing the 3 of them here, though the quality of the original prints is hard to reproduce in digital form:

Man on a Laptop (Early Morning)

Man on a Laptop (Early Morning)

The Shining Path

The Shining Path

Night on the Lane

Night on the Lane

All three of these etchings are on show in my current Barbican solo exhibition on Level 2 called THE WORLD IN MY EYES until 26th June and I’ll also be taking them to the Affordable Art Fair in Hampstead next week where I’m on Stand L2 with East London Printmakers.

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