The Thames From Kew, October, Tide Rising

The Thames from Kew by Jane Joseph
The Thames from Kew, October, Tide Rising, 2008
Jane Joseph (1942-)
Charcoal and chalk, 65 x 102cm

Located Outside Holst Room. 


Jane Joseph is a painter, printmaker and teacher. She was born in Surrey and studied at Camberwell School of Art. She has taught at Wimbledon School of Art and Morley College, London for many years. Joseph has exhibited regularly since 1973 and her work is included in collections including The National Art Library (V&A Museum), The British Library, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge and Yale Center for British Art, Connecticut. In 1999 The Folio Society commissioned her to make etchings to accompany ‘If This is a Man’ by Primo Levi followed by ‘The Truce’ in 2001. These prints contribute to a substantial body of work in small black and white etchings and large charcoal drawings. Other publications include ‘A Little Flora of Common Plants’ and ‘Seeds & Fruits’, both with text by Mel Gooding and ‘Kinderszenen’ with poem by Anthony Rudolf.

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