Graham Evernden was born in Kent and
studied at Maidstone College of Art. He initially worked as a graphic
designer and illustrator (several published books incorporate his work
although this is in a different style to his landscapes). More lately he
has primarily worked as a printmaker and these pictures are typical examples of
He currently lives in Sussex where he
has a studio that also handles prints by other artists. These pictures
show local scenes. He has exhibited at the Royal Academy, the Mall
Galleries and elsewhere.
The picture below is of the ruins of
the part of the house at Nymans that was destroyed in a fire some years
ago. The gardens are now run by the National Trust (hence open to the
public) and are some of the most beautiful in Sussex.
Note that landscape works by other
modern English printmakers, who have established a common distinctive
style, can be seen under the artists Phil
Greenwood and Richard Wardle.
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