Famous print makers and others that I absolutely love. I really love prints because they have an element of originality rather than simply drawing something, it makes the piece more unique and original. There are also so many outcomes when printing, the possibilities are endless.
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Christopher Brown's "Dreich Day with Dug" linocut created for our St Jude's In The City exhibition in Edinburgh in 2013

Christopher Brown - The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh - Contemporary Art Since 1842 i should probably mention here that i'm from scotland, and a scottish terrier occupies dog spot in my family)

City Nest by Michael Kirkman   linocut

'City Nest' by British artist & printmaker Michael Kirkman Linocut, edition of 48 x 65 cm. via All things considered

Staffordshire Dog - i love all of christopher browns lino prints

Linocut of a King Charles Spaniel in the style of ceramic Staffordshire fireside dogs. I have a weakness for them.

Michael Kirkman "Between Awake and the Morning" linocut (detail)

Michael Kirkman "Between Awake and the Morning" linocut (detail)

"Yards" edition of 30 by Michael Kirkman

Original prints by British printmakers from the to the present day including those by Robert Tavener.

Michael Kirkman "Theatre" linocut

Michael Kirkman "Theatre" linocut

'Sunflower Worship' by Michael Kirkman (linocut)

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Prints — Michael Kirkman

Michael Kirkman 'Early Start' Reduction Colour Linocut, with hand finishing Printed on Somerset Satin paper, 2014 Image size x signed, Edition of 15 Unframed

Michael Kirkman - Fishmarket - linocut

this page show lino cuts, mono prints, lithographs, both new and old, produced by British printmaker and artist Michael Kirkman

"Pigot's Cheetah" by Michael Kirkman

A fine day for Michael Kirkman. these are going to New Zealand.