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Ronald Searle

It is with great sadness that we learned of the death of Ronald Searle last week. Considered by some to be Britain’s greatest graphic artist, he is today perhaps best-known for his cartoons, but his work spanned both the frivolous … Continue reading

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Drawn to Graffiti: Marking 90 Years of Drawing Excellence

Drawing techniques from ancient to modern will be on show next month at DRAW 11, the 90th Annual Open Exhibition of the Society of Graphic Fine Art. The exhibition runs at the Menier Gallery from October 3rd  to the 15th … Continue reading

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An Account of Early Days – 1955 article by Ernest Blaikley, MBE, FRSA

THE SOCIETY OF GRAPHIC ARTISTS AN ACCOUNT OF EARLY DAYS by Ernest Blaikley, M.B.E., F.R.S.A      The Society of Graphic Artists really had its beginnings in the Etching Class at the L.C.C. Central School of Arts and Crafts. This was, … Continue reading

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In conversation with SGFA Past President Jean Canter

Jackie Devereux took the opportunity to talk in depth with Jean Canter Hon SGFA, who as a renowned and respected artist is one of the  longstanding members of the Society of Graphic Fine Art.  Her decades of dedication to the Society … Continue reading

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