Paul Catherall

Biography

Paul Catherall was born in 1967 and trained as an illustrator at Leicester Polytechnic and has since become one of the UK’s leading linocut printmakers. Using a clean and sharp palette inspired by commercial art of the 50’s and 60’s, he depicts various well-known landmarks from London, New York and Brighton, such as Tate Modern, Battersea Power Station, the Flatiron, Brooklyn Bridge and Brighton Pier. Commissions include London Transport, British Airways London Eye, the Sunday Times and the Royal Mail. He displays an expert eye for composition and colour and great draughtsmanship, achieving ultimately a delicate balance between classic commercial design and contemporary urban landscape.

  • Embassy court

    Paul Catherall

    artist: Paul Catherall (British, 1967) signature: in pencil medium: Signed linocut image size(mm): edition: 27 of 30 published: 2010 print...

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  • Routemaster at Parliament Square

    Paul Catherall

    One of the images in the series ‘Celebration of the New Routemaster’ commissioned by London Transport Museum for Transport for...

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