10 December 2018

Richard Long: The Tide is High – Edward Lucie-Smith

There can be no doubt that Richard Long is one of the giants of British art. Or so a very impressive curriculum vitae would lead one to suppose. He is now in his early 70s. He made his reputation almost half-a-century ago, as what was then called a Land Artist

23 April 2018


9 February 2017

Jim Dine – Heart Surgery And Singing Poets A Beautiful Cacophony

Jim Dine, the American pop artist (born 1935) has unveiled a new exhibition of his latest works on paper at Alan Cristea in London.

30 October 2013


Pop Artist Jim Dine Gifts Graphic Works To British Museum

The 1960s Pop artist Jim Dine, best known for his colourful images of hearts and bathrobes has promised to gift hundreds of prints and complete portfolios to the British Museum. Created over half a century, the prints ranging from aquatints to lithographs will comprise the most complete collection of the artist’s graphic work, in an […]

30 May 2013


Patrick Caulfield: A Retrospective Of Prints At Alan Cristea

A new exhibition of the prints of Patrick Caulfield from the early 1970s until his death in 2005, is presented by Alan Cristea, who worked with the artist, from early on in his career. This retrospective survey of the artist’s original prints from 5 June – 13 July 2013 will coincide with Tate Britain’s retrospective […]