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The Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers is the UK's premier printmaking organisation.  Its home is Bankside Gallery, which neighbours Tate Modern in central London.  The society was founded in 1880 and eminent past members include Graham Sutherland, Stanley William Hayter, Edward Bawden, Julian Trevelyan and Michael Rothenstein.

All selected members are recognised as leaders in their field and as you will see when viewing this site demonstrate to the highest levels all forms of original printmaking.