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Chris Pig

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Chris Pig is a British artist printmaker known for politically astute prints that combine of expanses of black ink with carefully worked areas of detail. His work, inspired by the formal aesthetic of Victorian wood-engraving and influenced by Anarchism, is made by engraving and printing from Lino and/or boxwood. Chris Pig is the director of the Black Pig Printmaking Studio, Somerset, and has work in public and private collections throughout the world, including Guangdong Museum of Art China, Douro Museum of Printmaking Portugal, Ashmolean Museum Oxford, the British Museum in London, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Career Chris Pig has been an artist printmaker for over 40 years. After studying for a BA at Exeter, and an MA in Barcelona with Winchester School of Art, he became principal lecturer in Printmaking at City and Islington College for seven years. He left to set u
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