A Sense of Place: The Art of Helena Markson by Emma Mason.
Printmaker Helena Markson (1934-2012) was exhibiting and working in London in the 1950s and 1960s. She worked at the first open Fine Art Printmaking Workshop in London before moving to Israel in 1970 where she was co-founder member of the University of Haifa Art Department and also set up the Fine Art Print Studios.
Her story is about a lifetime dedicated to printmaking wherever she lived, her work inspired by a sense of place.
Format: Paperback, 143 pages
Dimensions: 25 x 21 x 1.5cm
Publisher: Bread and Butter Press
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