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Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
Essays and Interviews
The Green Knight Arrives - James Russell
Arthurian legend is full of warriors, but the Green Knight is unique – unearthly, even monstrous, yet still a knight. His unexpected arrival duri...
Mapping the Tale: Image Making and the Narrative Tradition by Clive Hicks-Jenkins
The Stain of Sin. Gouache and pencil crayon. Private collection. Quite early in my career as a painter, I began examining ways to create narr...
Christmas at Camelot written by James Russell
James Russell, art historian and curator of both the Eric Ravilious and Edward Bawden exhibitions at Dulwich Picture Gallery, looks at the first print in the series - Christmas at Camelot.
Interview with Clive Hicks-Jenkins
Hi Clive, when did your fascination with Sir Gawain first begin? I’d once read a retelling-for-children of the tale, the only bit of which ...
Interview with Daniel Bugg of the Penfold Press
Hi Dan, tell me about the Penfold Press, what is it? It's a small scale print studio that I run by myself. I work mainly in screenprint, but als...
Medieval Modernity by James Russell
Over the past twenty-five years Clive Hicks-Jenkins has achieved renown in his native Wales and beyond as a painter of rare vision. He came to...
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