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William Tillyer's 40th Anniversary Print Collection12/05/2010 to 10/04/2010

William Tillyer's 40th Anniversary Print Collection

To celebrate Tillyer's success to date, Opus Fine Art are proud to present this brand new series of Limited Edition Digital Prints in the North East for the very first time.

Since studying painting at the city’s College of Art in 1956, Middlesbrough born Tillyer has worked, studied and exhibited internationally, making his first woodcuts in Edinburgh in 1962, studying painting and etching under William Coldstream and Anthony Gross in London in 1960, and opening his first New York solo show in 1974. Tillyer international presence has since continued to grow, with shows in Denmark, Australia, Sweden, South Africa, and multiple locations across the US and the UK, to name only a few. His work is held in collections including The Arts Council of Great Britain, The Bank of America, The Boston Museum of Art, The Brooklyn Art Museum, Melbourne University, The Tate, The Victoria and Albert Museum, and many, many more.

And so it is with great pleasure that Opus Fine Art announce Tillyer’s return to his Northern roots with this spectacular show, featuring twelve of his most striking landscape images from across the last 30 years. Highlighting the breadth and subtlety of Tillyer’s vision, this stunning series confirms his position as one of the leading figures of British Contemporary landscape Painting. Utilising the most advanced digital technologies to capture the nuance and intrigue of Tillyer’s touch, the series offers a unique opportunity to own a work by one of the country’s finest painters.

William Tillyer’s Fortieth Anniversary Print Collection will be on view to the public at Opus Fine Art from Friday 12 March, with an Exclusive Private View on Thursday 11 March, from 6pm.

To confirm your attendence, please RSVP to enquiries@opus-art.com

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To celebrate Tillyer's success to date, Opus Fine Art are proud to present this brand new series of Limited Edition Digital Prints in the North East for the very first time.

Since studying painting at the city’s College of Art in 1956, Middlesbrough born Tillyer has worked, studied and exhibited internationally, making his first woodcuts in Edinburgh in 1962, studying painting and etching under William Coldstream and Anthony Gross in London in 1960, and opening his first New York solo show in 1974. Tillyer international presence has since continued to grow, with shows in Denmark, Australia, Sweden, South Africa, and multiple locations across the US and the UK, to name only a few. His work is held in collections including The Arts Council of Great Britain, The Bank of America, The Boston Museum of Art, The Brooklyn Art Museum, Melbourne University, The Tate, The Victoria and Albert Museum, and many, many more.

And so it is with great pleasure that Opus Fine Art announce Tillyer’s return to his Northern roots with this spectacular show, featuring twelve of his most striking landscape images from across the last 30 years. Highlighting the breadth and subtlety of Tillyer’s vision, this stunning series confirms his position as one of the leading figures of British Contemporary landscape Painting. Utilising the most advanced digital technologies to capture the nuance and intrigue of Tillyer’s touch, the series offers a unique opportunity to own a work by one of the country’s finest painters.

William Tillyer’s Fortieth Anniversary Print Collection will be on view to the public at Opus Fine Art from Friday 12 March, with an Exclusive Private View on Thursday 11 March, from 6pm.

To confirm your attendence, please RSVP to enquiries@opus-art.com

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