News | Posted on: 23 May 2018
There’s still a chance to buy Robert’s linocuts from the Royal Mail’s Post and Go Stamps, please see his page for images. For every stamp sold, The Norfolk Wildlife Trust receives a third of the profit.
In April, we hosted a major exhibition, including linocuts from the last 12 years and earlier. Also 46 original linocuts from work created for the Royal Mail Post & Go Stamps.
To coincide with the launch of Robert’s latest book, Pressing On published by Mascot Media, we hosted a very special exhibition at the Pinkfoot Gallery in Cley. Robert has stated it would be the last time he did a major show, mainly because he won’t have anything left! Robert will be donating a share of profits from the stamp linocuts to the Norfolk Wildlife Trust. Robert was given permission from Royal Mail to sell his original linocuts from the Post & Go stamp sets they commissioned between 2011-2014. There are 46 different designs in total and some with some with multiple editions. They are: Birds of Britain I,II,III and IV, (36 designs) Farm Animals: Sheep, Cattle & Pigs (18 designs) and Winter Fur and Feathers (4 designs).