Grosvenor School inspired exhibition
We have worked with artists Paul Cleden, Gail Brodholt and Andrew Pavitt for some time now. All three artists have taken inspiration form the works of Claude Flight and the Grosvenor School of art in their approach to printmaking, using a similar style in movement and colour with the technique of linocut and woodblock printing.
A leading linocut printmaker, Gail Brodholt’s work is based on depictions of contemporary urban landscapes. Her rich use of colour and composition style gives a contemporary twist to the nostalgic feel of her London based scenes of the underground.
Paul Cleden uses a number of printmaking techniques including lino multi block / reduction prints, and more recently a more fluid mixture of collograph, monoprint and lino etch. The work of artists such as Michael Rothenstein, Edward Bawden, Cyril Power and Lill Tschudi, have played a vital part in the development of his printmaking.
Andrew Pavitt is a designer and illustrator based in London. He has worked across a wide range of disciplines but may be best known for evoking the style and mood of Mid century designers, but adding a contemporary twist.
All work, framed and unframed is available to purchase at Pallant House Gallery Bookshop.