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Screen printing is the process of pressing ink through a stencilled mesh screen, made from fabric stretched tightly over a frame, to create a printed design.





The process began to be used by artists in America in the 1930s and the term ‘serigraph’ was used to denote an artists’ print, as opposed to commercial work. In the 1960s Pop artists like Peter Blake, Andy Warhol, Richard Hamilton, and Robert Rauschenberg used screen printing as an integral part of their practice, thus establishing and popularising it as a medium for creating contemporary art.





This exhibition features a selection of screenprints by Barbara Rae CBE RA, Alex Charrington, Albert Irvin OBE RA (1922 – 2015), Kelly Stewart, James Williamson Bell (1938 – 2010), Ray Richardson and Hugie O'Donoghue.

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17th May 2022,
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