Evening Star by Gillian Ayres RA, Christmas Card Pack of 10
The contrasting festive shades of pink, blue and turquoise in this Evening Star Christmas card by Gillian Ayres will be sure to delight everyone on your Christmas card list.
This pack contains 10 cards with message inside: 'With best wishes for Christmas and the New Year'.
|Dimensions||15 x 1.7 x 15cm|
|Fabric & material||300 gsm paper|
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Gillian Ayres is widely acknowledged as one of Britain's foremost abstract painters. Born in 1930, Ayres studied at Camberwell College of Arts, London between 1945 and 1950. Ayre's first solo exhibition was held in 1956, and her work has featured in many key group shows since, including the Whitechapel Gallery's seminal 'British Painting in the Sixties' in 1965. In 2017 Ayres has a major retrospective of her work at the National Museum of Wales and her debut showcasing work since 1979 at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, China.
She was elected a Royal Academician in 1991 and was awarded a CBE for services to the arts in 2011.
These cards are litho printed in the UK on 330gsm board with China White envelopes, all made of pulp sourced from sustainable forests.
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