The University of Hull is hosting an exhibition of work by members of the Society of Graphic Fine Art (SGFA).
The exhibition anticipates the centenary of this London-based society of professional artists which was founded in 1919 with Sir Frank Brangwyn as its first President.
Today the Society has some 130 elected members, some with international reputations, who believe in the importance of excellence in drawing but many of whom who also work in other media.
The exhibition, which will feature the work of many of the Society’s members, will be shown in the University’s exhibition gallery in the Brynmor Jones Library. Many of the works will be available for purchase.
Cost: Free admission, all welcome.
Exhibition Space, Brynmor Jones Library, University of Hull
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