Richard Bawden linocut tea towel showing 'Tinks' the cat
This stunning linocut by Richard Bawden, of Tinks the cat, has been screenprinted on to an unbleached 100% cotton tea towel.
Dimensions: 79 x 46.5cm
Screen printed in England.
Fabric: 100% unbleached, natural cotton
Born in 1936, the son of the well-known artist, Edward Bawden, R.A. Richard studied painting, printmaking and graphic design at Chelsea, St Martin's and the Royal College of Art. His paintings are drawn from life and often depict scenes of domesticity: his house, sofas, chairs, windows, cats, his garden and its birds. He is attracted by atmosphere, oddity, pattern and the austere. Focussing on these, he draws the viewer into his delightful universe.
Based in Suffolk, Richard has had over fifty one man exhibitions at home and abroad; including a major retrospective at Gainsborough's House in Suffolk. He has work in Royal, public and private collections, and has taught drawing and printmaking at several London and provincial art schools.