Coriander Studio The Curwen Studio Huguenot Editions


50 year anniversary

This year Coriander Studio will celebrate its 50th anniversary in Fine Art Printmaking.

Coriander Studio has, over the last 50 years, been working with charities, galleries, museums, corporates, publishers and artists alike, by creating and exploring numerous ways in which printmaking can be an exciting process for creatives.

Established in 1973 under the management of renowned printmaker Brad Faine, to its formal collaboration with CCA Galleries, Coriander Studios has retained its independence throughout and its aim has always been to make original prints of the highest quality; collaborating with contemporary artists and creatives of all printmaking experience. Our working ethos and expertise have allowed opportunities for artists to explore a new and unique creative process in their own working style.

We have worked and collaborated with artists such as Erte, Richard Hamilton, David Hockney, Tacita Dean, Peter Blake, Rachael Whiteread, Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas, Peter Doig, Ed Ruscha, Michael Craig-Martin, Claire Tabouret and many others.

We look forward to collaborating and supporting future projects and artists within Coriander Studios for many more years.

Please follow us on our Instagram page for further information on our 50th anniversary, and continued updates on our prints and processes.

Originally part of the old Isleworth Film Studios, the building is now home to Coriander Studio, The Curwen Studio and Huguenot Editions. Our studio offers artists and publishers full access to a variety of printmaking techniques, our experienced master printers and their studio assistants hand–produce every project. Collaborating with artists new to the medium as well as accomplished printmakers. We welcome challenges in making all work possible.

Services available include Silkscreen, Digital Inkjet Printing, Lithographic and Etching.

Coriander Studio Coriander Studio printing press

Coriander Studio is a printmaker and publisher. We specialise in producing limited edition silkscreen and digital prints for publication by artists, other publishers and museums worldwide.

In 1973 our studio started with a single screen bench set in a garage, 41 years on in 2014 Coriander relocated to Worton Hall Studios.

We take commissions from artists, publishers and museums. The studio has facilities for silkscreen (which can be used in combination with lithography or etching) digital and 3D printmaking, working with our in-house partners Curwen.

We tailor our approach to the individual needs of each project and work collaboratively with the artist or from a brief. Our printmakers and technicians support artists in exploring their work at every stage of the print process from digital manipulation, creation of stencils, proofing and editioning to hand finishing. We produce work as limited edition and unique prints as well as boxed portfolio collections. We are staffed with a hard-working team dedicated to the craft of exceptional print production.

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The Curwen Studio The Curwen Studio printing press

The Curwen Studio is a printmaker and publisher of fine art lithographic prints. Originally founded in 1958 as a subsidiary of the Curwen Press, which itself was founded in 1863 by The Reverend John Curwen as a means of producing hymn sheets for his congregation.

Due to the emergence of artists’ original prints as publications in their own right The Curwen Studio was set up in 1958 under the management of renowned printmaker Stanley Jones MBE. There followed a period when artists including Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Graham Sutherland, Elisabeth Frink and John Piper produced many important lithographs at the Studio.

In 2014 The Curwen Studio found a new London home at Worton Hall Studios. We continue to work with leading contemporary artists, publishers and museums from around the world.

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Huguenot Editions Huguenot Editions printing press

Huguenot Editions is an original print studio specialising in etching. It was established in 2006 by artist Simon Lawson in Wandsworth and relocated to Worton Hall Studios in 2015.

Huguenot Editions offers the opportunity for artists to make original prints using the techniques traditionally associated with the production of etchings along with all the contemporary aspects of digital image production that are now available. All under the expert guidance of Simon Lawson. Huguenot Editions has produced and published works by artists including Bob and Roberta Smith, Rachel Howard, Danny Rolph, Ivor Abrahams, Derek Boshier and June Redfern.

Simon Lawson is a Grimsby born painter and printmaker specialising in etching. He trained at the Royal Academy, where he is now Etching Tutor. In 2007 he co-founded RA Editions (The Royal Academy School's printmaking programme) with Eileen Cooper RA, which has published artists including Phillip King, Tracey Emin and Grayson Perry. His work is in public and private collections.

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