This page shows a number of examples of
the work of Phil Greenwood.
Phil Greenwood was born in 1943 in
Dolgellau, Wales and educated at Harrow College of Art. He has
taught and lectured on printmaking and now works full time as a
professional printmaker. The examples above and below are typical of his style and of
his subject matter which is normally landscape. He uses an etching
technique with usually a limited range of colours but using different
etching depth and overprinting to achieve a depth of tone.
He has exhibited at the Royal Academy
and Bankside Galleries in London, and in overseas exhibitions. In 1979,
he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers. "Phil"
is an abbreviation of his full name of "Philip".
Note that landscape works by other
modern English printmakers, who have established a common distinctive
style, can be seen under the artists Graham
Evernden and Richard Wardle.
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