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Helena Markson 1934 – 2012

I am able to offer these prints by artists who worked in the post-war period, courtesy of Emma Mason Gallery.

Artist and Printmaker Helena Markson was born in London. She studied at Salisbury School of Art and then at Central School of Art (1952-56). From 1963-1966 she co-directed the first open Fine Art Printmaking Workshop in London at Charlotte Street. She set up the etching studio at Byam Shaw School of Painting, London and also taught at Chelsea College of Art and St Martin’s School of Art, London. She moved to Israel in 1970 where she co-founded the Art Department at the University of Haifa and later set up the Fine Art Print Studios. She taught both lithography and etching and became Professor Emeritus of Haifa University. Helena Markson’s beautiful prints are now in collections across the world.

 

A/P. Etching and Aquatint. 60cm x 40cm A rare print made by Markson at Editions Alecto as part of the "New Suite" of six colour etchings made in 1968. POA.
Hampstead Pond. A/P. Etching and Aquatint. 60cm x 40cm
A rare print made by Markson at Editions Alecto as part of the “New Suite” of six colour etchings made in 1968. POA.
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New Brighton Fair
SOLD. Ghosts of Albert Dock. Signed and titled. This print was produced by Markson in 2012 in a small edition, re-visiting the themes of the 'Liverpool Suite' that she produced in 1964-5 at Editions Alecto.
SOLD. Ghosts of Albert Dock. Signed and titled. This print was produced by Markson in 2012 in a small edition, re-visiting the themes of the ‘Liverpool Suite’ that she produced in 1964-5 at Editions Alecto.