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JOHN BUCKLAND WRIGHT (New Zealand/British / 1879-1954)

One of the most influential etchers and engravers of the twentieth century, and author in 1953 of the book Etching and Engraving: Techniques and the Modern Trend, John Buckland Wright was born in Dunedin, New Zealand. In the 1920s John Buckland Wright lived in Belgium, where he was a member of the group Gravure Originale Belge. In the 1930s Buckland Wright moved to Paris, where he worked alongside S. W. Hayter in Atelier 17, becoming director in 1936. After WWII John Buckland Wright lived in London, teaching at Camberwell and the Slade. See: Christopher Buckland Wright, The Engravings of John Buckland Wright.

See also:

TERRY HAASS
JEAN-ÉMILE LABOUREUR
ROGER VIEILLARD

Selected prints by JOHN BUCKLAND WRIGHT

Pasiphaë, 1950
Engraving
The Minotaur, 1950
Engraving
Pasiphaë and the
bull, 1950
Engraving

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