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Angela Newberry

Artist Biography

Angela Newberry

Angela Newberry is a printmaker who works with linocuts, relief prints and screenprints, and is based both in the UK and in Australia.


Born in Surrey, England (1934) Newberry attended Kingston School of Art and the Royal College of Art, London (1954-1957) where she focused on printmaking and was tutored by Edward Bawden and Julian Travelyan.


Newberry’s work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions in both of her chosen countries. In the UK at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition; Royal Exchange Gallery Manchester; the Natural History Museum, London, and at the Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London. In Australia at the Solander Gallery, Canberra; the Joshua McClelland Print Room, Melbourne; the Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney, and at the Gippsland Regional Gallery, in Sale, Victoria.


Public Collections holding work by Angela Newberry include:

Newberry is collected by private collectors worldwide. Her work is held in major public collections, including at the Palace of Westminster, London; Manchester City Art Gallery, Manchester; the Ministry of Defence Collection, London, and the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.