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Biography – John Piper [1903-1992]
John Piper was born in 1903 in Epsom Surrey and was known for his painting and printmaking. He lived at Fawley Bottom in Buckinghamshire near Henley-on-Thames. He was educated at Richmond School of Art and the Royal College of Art in London.
He was an official war artist in World War II between 1940-1942. He worked with the poet John Betjeman, the potter Geoffrey and artist Ben Nicholson and went on to publish many limited edition signed prints. John piper was one of the designers of the stained glass windows for the new Coventry Cathedral and Robinson College, Cambridge. Piper wrote many articles and books about modern art and with his wife Myfanwy Piper founded the contemporary art magazine Axis.
What did John Piper paint?
He painted landscapes with a focus on churches and historic monuments and art design.
How did John Piper sign his works?
Signed work : John Piper
Did he work in other media?
He worked in oil watercolour, pen and ink, stained-glass, ceramics, photography and fabrics.
Did John Piper make prints?
He made a large number of etchings, screen prints and lithographs.
Where did he sell?
Some of the his prints and originals we see have come directly from the artist’s studio and then some by decent. Others has come from galleries and auction houses including Marlborough Fine Art, Leicester Galleries, Waddington Galleries, The Solomon Gallery, Goldmark Gallery in Uppingham, Christie’s, Sotheby’s and Bonhams.
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