Drawn from the Victoria & Albert Museum’s renowned print collection, this show explores the work of four great 20th-century artists: Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol. Together these artists spanned 75 years that saw the birth of the modern age. Their work represents one of the most creative and diverse periods of printmaking. A feast for the eyes, this exhibition is organised by the V&A.
Artist from left to right clockwise : Picasso, Le Repas Frugal, from the Saltimbanques Suite, etching with drypoint, 1904.Photo © Victoria and Albert Museum, London.© Succession Picasso/DACS, London 2014., -Warhol, Untitled from Marilyn Monroe (‘Marilyn’),screen print on paper, red, green, yellow, from a portfolio of ten, pink and grey, 1967.© The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/DACS London 2014.-Salvador Dali, Normandie: French Railways, poster issued by the French National Railways, colour offset lithograph, signed and dated Dali,1969. (incorporates reproductions of two of Dali’s oils: ‘The weaning of furniture-nutrition’ (1934) and ‘Sleep’ (1937). V&A collection. Photo © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. © Salvador Dali, Fundació Gala-SalvadorDalí, DACS, 2014, -Henri Matisse, Seated Nude, seen from behind, lithograph, 1933Photo © Victoria and Albert Museum, London.© Succession H. Matisse/ DACS 2014