Monthly Archives: June 2014

Aftermath

This exhibition at the Art Workers’ Guild in Bloomsbury features work produced during both the Great War and in the uncertain years which followed.

Paul Nash & Swanage

For one of my 65th birthday presents recently I received a superb little book, now something of a collectors piece, called Seaside Surrealism: Paul Nash in Swanage by Pennie Denton.

Foam To Femme

Much of last year I worked with my Pharmacopoeia partner, GP Liz Lee, on a commission for Denmark. Medicinsk Museion is a combined research unit and public museum at Copenhagen University, which in recent years reinvented itself by developing insightful, … Read more

A Close Obama

I’d heard of a Daguerrotype but not a Woodburytype until this one arrived on our counter for framing. Developed by Walter B Woodbury in 1864, the Woodburytype has been described as – ‘the most beautiful photographic reproduction process ever invented’.

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