Max Angus Painter, Printmaker and Illustrator - Graphic

painting and printmaking canterbury kent

Max Angus

Member of the Society of Wildlife Artists

The linocut images listed below were exhibited at The Society of Wildlife Artists Natural Eye 2016 exhibition, The Mall Galleries, Federation of British Artists, London.

Extract from sketchbook for 'The green woodpecker'

'The Long-horn Fairy Moths' (Edition of 45) view linocut

'The Seed Searchers’ (Edition of 45) view linocut

'The Green Woodpecker' (Edition of 45) view linocut

'The Jovial Breeze' (Edition of 45) view linocut

'Stiffkey Trees' (Edition of 45) view linocut

'The Walker’s Tree’ (Edition of 45) view linocut

'The Artful Hare'. Publication early late April 2015 by Mascot Media. Available at selected bookshops and galleries, price £27.50 (hardback, 275mm x 245mm, 208 pages, 73 British printmakers, 370 + prints.

Previously at the annual SWLA exhibition linocuts by Max Angus have been awarded 'The Birds Illustrated Magazine Printmaking Award', 'The St Cuthbert's Paper Mill Award' and 'The Dry Red Press Award'

The following galleries are currently exhibiting my work.
Please ring the gallery you wish to visit before making the journey as some editions have all been sold in several of the galleries and other editions are getting low.

Friends and Private View: Wednesday 18th October 2017

Exhibition Open to Public: Thurs 19th October to Sunday 29th October

The Mall,
Norfolk Baron Art Logo
17 Chapel Yard,
NR25 6HG

Anthony Baron     01263 713430
Norfolk Burnham Grapevine logo
Burnham Grapevine logo
Overy Road,
Burnham Market,
PE31 8HH

Peter Low     01328 730125
Cambridgeshire cambridge contemporary art

6 Trinity Street,

44 (0) 1223 324222
Contemporary Art Gallery,
76 Castle Street,
Canterbury, Kent CT1 2QD

David Lilford 01227 766616
The Lombard Street Gallery
2 Lombard Street,
CT9 1 EJ

Tel 01843 292779
Kent taylor jones
Taylor-Jones and Son
152 High Street,
CT14 6BG
01304 362671
'The SWLA Art Book One'
limited edition hardback book with images from nearly 60 of SWLA artists. Introduction by naturalist and broadcaster Chris Packham, a short history of the Society by past President Robert Gillmor, plus text by current President Harriet Mead about the Society in its 50th year and Bruce Pearson looking to the future" For more information see SWLA website. Editions signed by Max Angus are available from Baron Art, Burnham Grapevine, Lilford Gallery and Cambridge

Tel: 0776 627 7915


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