P r i n t   H i s t o r y

Edgar Holloway

Edward Bouverie Hoyton

George Chapman

ROBERT MEYRICK trained in fine art printmaking and for some fifteen years made and exhibited prints while teaching etching, screen and relief print at Aberystwyth University. As Keeper of the School of Art Museum, he has built an important teaching and research collection of post-1900 British prints and drawings. He has been especially active in establishing artist collections, substantial corpora of artworks - together with relevant archive materials - that are representative of an artist’s career over several decades. As a consequence, the Museum is a major repository for prints and drawings by artists such as George Chapman, Bernard Cheese, John Copley, Anne Desmet, Evelyn Gibbs, Derrick Greaves, Edgar Holloway, Edward Bouverie Hoyton, Chris Penn, John Roberts, Robin Tanner and Joseph Webb. These have often been acquired in collaboration with the artist or their family. Many of the projects that have drawn on these collections have, or soon will result in a monograph, catalogue raisonné and/or exhibition. Host institutions include the National Library of Wales, National Museum of Wales, Royal Academy of Arts, Abbott Hall Museum and Art Gallery, Lancaster University, Liverpool University, Towner Art Gallery, Graves Art Gallery (Sheffiled) and the Victoria Art Gallery, Bath.

Bernard Cheese

John Roberts

Joseph Webb


Edgar Holloway


Bouverie Hoyton


Augustus John


Gregynog Prints


John Roberts


Joseph Webb


Evelyn Gibbs

Gregynog Prints

Sydney Lee

Francis Rudolph

William E C Morgan

Valerius de Saedeleer

P r o j e c t s

Little Englandism