TOM HAMMICK (b. 1963) 'The Invisible Visible, 2018'
Reduction woodcut and hand painting
60 x 44 cms, edition of 15
£1,500 - £2,500
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Tom Hammick Born, 1963, a British painter and printmaker, based in East
Sussex and London. A recent recipient of the international Josef Albers
Foundation Residency, and currently Associate Artist at Glyndebourne. In 2016 he was winner of the V&A Prize at the
International Print Biennale, Newcastle, and the woodcut Violetta and Alfredo’s
Escape, was acquired by the V&A for their collection in 2017. Hammick has
work in many major public and corporate collections including the British
Museum (Collection of Prints and Drawings); Bibliotheque Nationale de France
(Collection of Prints and Drawings); Deutsche Bank; The Library of Congress,
Washington DC; The New York Public Library; Towner Gallery and Museum,
Eastbourne; V&A; Yale Centre for British Art; and MIA in Minneapolis.