Lino prints, wood engraving & paintings
As an artist, I try to capture the weather, the landscape and the pleasure of being outdoors. Much of my inspiration is from the North Norfolk coast and its nature reserves.
Creating hand printed linocuts using an Albion Press called Hettie, made by Henry Watts in Southwark, 1859. A few wood engravings, charcoal drawings and more recently acrylic and oil paintings escape from the studio from time to time.
Exhibiting in friendly independent galleries from Kent to Norfolk.
A member and Treasurer of The Society of Wildlife Artists (SWLA). The SWLA is one of the art societies represented by the Federation of British Artists (FBA), The Mall Galleries, London.
Max Angus SWLA
Painter and printmaker
'Back in the studio'
In the studio a new linocut called 'Lapwings' is now dry and the edition numbered. Two oil paintings of lapwings have just been finished.
Fine Art Limited Edition Prints of some of the paintings will be available soon - Limited Edition Prints
'Exhibitions and Covid-19'
To help stop the spread of Covid 19 many galleries have closed temporarily.
If you have a favourite gallery listed on the Gallery Page even though they appear to be closed on the high street, they may still be able to take email enquires and orders. The gallery maybe able to arrange for delivery of the picture or reserve the picture until the Lockdown has eased.
Above all, I hope that you and the galleries stay safe during this challenging time.
'Artist support pledge'
The artist pledge during the Covid-19 lockdown.
For every £1000 of sales of art or cards from this website, I will set aside £200 to support another artist by purchasing one or more of their artworks or putting the money towards one of their artworks.