Harvey Daniels | Aspects

March 12, 2020 - April 5, 2020

Harvey Daniels (1936-2013) is perhaps best
known as a master of all types of printmaking,
including etching, screen-printing, lithography,
and woodcut. But he was also a great painter of
both large canvases and jewel-like watercolours.
He even turned his hand to ceramics and textile
design. This exhibition celebrates Harvey as a
true ‘Renaissance Man’ and celebrates the
different mediums that he mastered.

Harvey Daniels studied at Willesden School of
Art, The Slade School of Fine Art, and Brighton
College of Art. He was Principal Lecturer in
Printmaking at Brighton, then he ran the
Printmaking Department there until his retirement
in 1988.

His first solo show was held in New York
in 1963, and during his lifetime he had over 56
solo exhibitions. Harvey’s work is included in
many prestigious public collections, including
the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the
Victoria & Albert Museum. His estate is now
managed by Eames Fine Art.

The film ‘It’s All a Gamble,’ about Harvey
Daniels’s work and life, can be found here.

Private View: Wednesday 11 March
Running Dates: 12 March – 5 April 2020
Eames Fine Art Gallery
58 Bermondsey Street, London SE1