John Brunsdon was born in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, in 1933 and studied at Cheltenham College of Art from 1949-53 and the Royal College of Art from 1955-58.
John sadly passed away in April 2014. He exhibited world-wide during his career and was one of Britain’s most distinguished printmakers. He enjoyed using etched marks, shapes and textures to depict the grandeur of nature and man’s influence on the landscape.
John’s work is represented in the Arts council, Tate Gallery, The British Council, V&A, MOMA, New York, Scottish Museum of Modern Art and many other public collections. Selected commissions include the National Trust, Council for the Protection of Rural Britain and Illustrated London News.
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