Birgit Skiöld - Person - National Portrait Gallery
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birgit skiöld (18 march 1923 – 18 may 1982) was a swedish printmaker and modernist artist who ran the highly successful print workshop in the basement of 28 charlotte street, london from 1958 to the late 1970s (now the rebecca hossack gallery). she was a noted member of the london art scene during the time and her life is commemorated in an eponymous award for innovating printmaking.
birgit skiold birgit skiöld (1923-1982) was a swedish printmaker and modernist. she exhibited at the royal institute of painters in watercolour in london as well as holding one man exhibitions throughout england and abroad.
Birgit Skiold - Approaching Waves - Art of the Print
birgit skiold's "approaching waves" is an original embossed etching published in 1970. it hails from the collection of roger trlak and bears his inventory number on the verso. this etching is printed upon a heavy, pure rag paper and with wide, deckled margins.
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