Disasters of War: Exhibition Fitzwilliam Museum and Tate
This portfolio of 83 etchings plus 12 proofs is the Chapman brothers’ response to, and reinterpretation of, Goya’s famous series of The Disasters of War.
And 3 D models in the Tate Gallery
Grosvenor School (of Modern Art founded 1925) of prinmakers refers to a group of artists who created linocut prints using distorted perspective influenced by vorticism, futurism and cubism. Subjects included particularly urban London, sports people and speed. These attain a very dramatic effect, using flat linocut print colours.
Clifford S Ackley ed British Prints from the Machine Age: Rhythms of Modern Life 1914-1947 Thames and Hudson 2008
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