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Jacobson Gallery
Founded in 1969 and located in St. James's, London the gallery has held major exhibitions of Motherwell, Matisse, and Francis.
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Jacobson Gallery Jun 11
Let there be art! The doors are finally open for the first preview day of artbasel 2019. Find Jacobson’s collection of Modern British art next to the best of the New York School at our booth D4, hall…
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Jacobson Gallery Jun 4
THE DECORATIVE POTENTIAL OF BLAZING FACTORIES A perfect blend of , and , the most recent film by brucemcleanofficial and garychitty will e showing at @the_printroom from 17 to 22 of June. Grab…
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The Coronet Theatre May 12
Don't miss the first film commissioned by our theatre for the main stage, , by long time collaborators and , 19 – 22 June. Tickets:
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The Coronet Theatre May 12
An ingenious blend of art & drama influenced by Japanese Bunraku puppet theatre, will be accompanied each night by different live action from &BruceMcLean. 19-22 June
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Digby Warde-Aldam Feb 13
Bernard Jacobson’s new show contains a lot of good things, including this brilliant caption...
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Galleries magazine Feb 8
Prints I did publish Bernard Jacobson Gallery, St James's,
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Griffin Poetry Prize 16 May 18
Alice Oswald collaborates with painter William Tillyer on the arresting work Nobody
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DJK Jan 24
'Nobody' by Alice Oswald illustrated by William Tillyer. *Oh to be asked to collaborate with a poet. I could die happy*
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Fine Press Poetry Nov 29
Fortunate to be in the audience at Bristol University last night for Alice Oswald’s event in which she recited her hour long poem ‘Nobody’. The poem, accompanied by beautiful images by has recently been published
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Jacobson Gallery Jan 29
Accompanying book in partnership with available in our gallery
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Print Quarterly Jan 16
‘Prints I wish I had published’ will be on view until 9 February 2019. The exhibition includes works by Durer, Goya, Turner, Gauguin, Picasso, Warhol and others.
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julia royse Jan 23
Aptly named ‘Prints I wish I had published’ is a stunning selection of work - like this strange and wonderful drypoint by from 1896
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Printed Editions Jan 21
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Joanna Bryant Jan 11
Last night I was touched by the writings of Bernard Jacobson in his exhibition ‘Prints I wish I had Published’ Thomas Hart Benton, Cradling Wheat, 1939, lithograph ed 250 “Thomas Hart Benton means two things to two differing people - He is the teacher, …
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@Helen_Carpenter Jan 27
"Prints I Wish I Had Published"...superlative range of great prints by great artists (& great unfamiliar ones) in highly personal & joyful exhibition to 9 Feb 2019 . Thank you! Look forward to Part II "Prints I Did Publish" 12Feb -9 Mar
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Jacobson Gallery Jan 28
Hokusai helping combat your Monday blues. This work even has an emoji... need we say more? 🌊🌊🌊 _______________ Katsushika Hokusai In the well of the great wave off Kanagawa Woodcut 24.5 x 36.4 cms
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New Scientist Jan 27
Megawave recreated in the lab looks just like Hokusai's Great Wave
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Witchmountain Jan 25
I loved visiting Harper Collins for & to see the exhibition but the highlight of my London trip was watching work magic.
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William Tillyer Jan 25
William Tillyer - Interventions - Zillah Bell Gallery
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Jacobson Gallery Jan 24
On this day in 1915 Robert Motherwell was born!
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