John Brunsdon

Printmaker, painter and teacher, born in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.

John Brunsdon attended the Royal College of Art, 1955-8, under Julian Trevelyan. He became head of printmaking at St Albans School of Art and wrote a standard textbook: The Technique of Etching and Engraving, 1965.

Although Brunsdon’s early work is influenced by the American Abstract Expressionists, his mature pictures are representational.

The Tate Gallery, Museums of Modern Art in Edinburgh and New York and other public collections hold examples of his work.

 

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  • 'St Michaels's Mount', etching and aquatint, a/p, signed, ed of 5, 23 x 29 cm, £200.

  • 'Stonehenge', watercolour, signed, 32 x 52 cm

  • 'Blythburgh church and gate'

  • 'St Paul's Cathedral', Etching Print - Artist Proof 4/15. H44 W30cm.

  • 'Arnside', Etching Print - Edition 7/75. H45 W57cm.

  • Low Cloud. Etching Print with aquatint - Artist Proof 3/7. H45 W60cm.