This is a major exhibition concentrating on Robert's linocuts from the last 12 years, which includes the 46 linocuts commissioned by Royal Mail for their Post and Go Stamps, the New Naturalist covers, gallery editioned prints and some classics from the past. Robert will be donating a third of the profits from the sales of the stamp linocuts to the Norfolk Wildlife Trust.
Because of the crush at his last exhibition in
2013, we’ve decided to start selling over the
phone three days earlier from 10am 25th April.
Extra telephone numbers will be available to our
Born in Reading in 1936, Robert moved to Cley in 1998 to be near his beloved reserve. In the last 12 years Robert has produced 33 Collins New Naturalist covers, 30 gallery editioned linocuts, 23 other book jackets and 46 stamp designs. He is a founder of the Society of Wildlife Artists, alongside Ennion and Scott etc. and has contributed to over 500 books and magazines. Not many people know Robert created the original drawing for the iconic RSPB logo, seen today by millions.
Included in this exhibition are Robert’s 46 linocuts commissioned by the Royal Mail for their Post & Go Stamps. Robert is sharing his profits on the sales of these linocuts with the Norfolk Wildlife Trust; this is the first time these linocuts have appeared on the market.
Pressing On, A Decade of New Linocuts published by
We will be launching this beautiful new book at the exhibition. Robert will be signing copies at the opening on the 28th April. It will be £20 on this day from the gallery, otherwise £25.
Hardback, 168 pages, 227mm x 227mm
Published: April 2018