Russell Lumb’s paintings are rarely devoid of figures and faces, or the hand of man on the landscape.  Regular life drawing exercises eye, brain and hand-coordination, providing the human element for imagined narrative work.  These drypoint prints of “Shakespearean” characters are generated from his original drawings or scrapbook press images, taking on their own reality through limited wiping of the inked plates; a relaxed technique combining the qualities of painting and drawing.

Russell had a recent solo show at the Redbrick Mill, Batley and exhibits as part of North Yorkshire Open Studios, at his studio in Snainton.


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