Crane Kalman Gallery

Graham Sutherland

(British, 1903–1980)

feeding a steel furnace, swansea by graham sutherland

Graham Sutherland

Feeding a Steel Furnace, Swansea, 1942

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forest and river by graham sutherland

Graham Sutherland

Forest and River, 1971

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fossil with rocks (study) by graham sutherland

Graham Sutherland

Fossil with Rocks (Study), 1975

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man tapping a furnace by graham sutherland

Graham Sutherland

Man Tapping a Furnace, 1940–1945

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miners in two tunnels by graham sutherland

Graham Sutherland

Miners in Two Tunnels, 1940–1945

38,000 GBP

mouth of a molten iron container by graham sutherland

Graham Sutherland

Mouth of a Molten Iron Container, 1942

18,000 GBP

palm palisade by graham sutherland

Graham Sutherland

Palm Palisade, 1947

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pembrokeshire landscape by graham sutherland

Graham Sutherland

Pembrokeshire Landscape, 1960

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probing a steel furnace by graham sutherland

Graham Sutherland

Probing a Steel Furnace, 1942

10,000 GBP

study for entrance to a lane by graham sutherland

Graham Sutherland

Study for entrance to a lane, 1945

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study: tin mine by graham sutherland

Graham Sutherland

Study: Tin Mine, 1942

18,000 GBP

tin mine: miner resting in a wall cavity by graham sutherland

Graham Sutherland

Tin Mine: Miner resting in a wall cavity, 1942

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Biography

Timeline

1920 - 1926
Worked as a printmaker
1921 - 1926
Spent a year as an apprentice engineering draughtsman before entering Goldsmith’s College in London, where he studied etching and engraving
1925
One-man exhibition of prints and drawings at the Twenty-One Gallery
1926 - 1933
Member of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers
1926 - 1940
Taught at the Chelsea School of Art (firstly engraving, later, composition and book illustration)
1928
One-man exhibition of prints and drawings at the Twenty-One Gallery
1930 - 1939
Exhibited with the New English Art Club and the London Group
1936
Participated in the International Surrealist Exhibition in London
1951
Designed a mural, The Origins of the Land, for the Festival of Britain
Retrospective exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Arts