Women Only Works on Paper

Liss Llewellyn are delighted to share news of our upcoming exhibition, WOW: Women Only Works on Paper, which opens at the Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, on the 17th May, 2021.

This exhibition showcases works on paper by 38 British women artists between 1905 and 1975.

The featured artists approached the medium in various ways, to transform paper into beautiful and complex works of art.

This exhibition celebrates the diversity of these approaches and highlights the ways in which paper provided artists with a rich arena for artistic innovation.

Works FEATURED in this Exhibition

Tirzah Garwood-Ravilious
The Crocodile
£1,950.00
Forthcoming
Clare Leighton
The original designs for Southern Harvest, circa 1941
Frances Richards
Virgil – The Road to Town
£1,200.00
Forthcoming
Gwendolen Mary Raverat
Whoop for the Runaway
Forthcoming
Margaret Duncan
Jean Von-Bloch, late 1920’s
Forthcoming
Ithell Colquhoun
Hyacinth and Cyclamen
Forthcoming
Paule Vezelay
Three Forms on Grey
Forthcoming
Paule Vezelay
A Moving Form and a Yellow Circle
Forthcoming
Rachel Reckitt
Cubist Figure
Private
Collection
Gladys Hynes
The Railway Carriage
Private
Collection
Vanessa Bell
Portrait of a Girl in Profile, with a Decorated Background
Forthcoming
Winifred Knights
Paradise,1921
Forthcoming
Frances Richards
Hieratic Floral Figure, 1974
Forthcoming
Edith Rimmington
The Museum I, 1953
Forthcoming
Edith Rimmington
The Museum II, 1953
Forthcoming
Edith Granger-Taylor
Small Grey Abstract, c. 1934
Private
Collection
Gladys Hynes
Siamese Cat in a Tree, 1937
Forthcoming
Marion Adnams
A two part design for a Nautical Mural, 1930’s
Forthcoming
Gertrude Hermes
Waterlilies, 1930
Forthcoming
Catherine Dawson Giles
Crucifixion, 1936
Marion Adnams
Study for The Twins, 1955
£785.00
Sold
Phyllis Ginger
Design for a Wedgwood Plate, circa 1944
Private
Collection
Nancy Nicholson
William Nicholson at Work, 1918
Valentine Dobree
The Event. (Tryptich), early 1960s
£16,000.00
Forthcoming
Phyllis Ginger
Self portrait, c.1937
Forthcoming
Margaret Duncan
Preparatory study for Reigate and its Environments, late 1930’s
Forthcoming
Rachel Reckitt
Towers and Helmets, 1960’s
Private
Collection
Hilda Carline
Portrait of Gilbert Spencer, circa 1919
Forthcoming
Mary Adshead
Livestock Market, (recto) Picking Tealeaves (verso), circa 1930
Forthcoming
Winifred Knights
Cartoon for Scenes from the Life of Saint Martin of Tours
Forthcoming
Clare Leighton
Hog Killing, BPL 514 1942
Forthcoming
Barbara Jones
Mural design for the Royal Post Office, circa 1961
Forthcoming
Clare Leighton
Apple Butter (BPL 523), Top Potential
Private
Collection
Barbara Jones
Marconi Transmitting the First Radio Signals from Cornwall to Newfoundland, 1901
Forthcoming
Evelyn Dunbar
Milking Practice with Artificial Udders, 1940
Forthcoming
Anne Newland
The Legend of Ceres, c. 1938-39
Forthcoming
Muriel Pemberton
Butties, early 1930’s
Forthcoming
Muriel Pemberton
Birch trees – Richmond Park, circa 1930
Forthcoming
Philip Naviasky
Self portrait, c.1920
Forthcoming
Kathleen Guthrie
From a painting by Cecil Stephenson 1938
Forthcoming
Jean Clark
Study for the Committee Room of the London Bankers Clearing House, 1958
Forthcoming
Evelyn Gibbs
The Road, 1925
Forthcoming
Kathleen Guthrie
Original Design for White, Red and Blue Circles in Square, c. 1939
Forthcoming
Winifred Knights
The original cartoon for The Deluge, 1920