Sally McLaren, RE (born 1936) is a well-known printmaker, landscape painter and teacher. She was born in London and studied art at the Ruskin School of Art in Oxford 1956-59, the Central School of Art in London 1959-61, and at Atelier 17 in Paris under S W Hayter. She has exhibited widely including at the Royal Academy from 1962, Royal West of England Academy, Women’s International Art Club, and the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers. Her first solo show was at the Bear Lane Gallery in Oxford in 1964. Sally McLaren’s work is held in a number of public collections in the UK and overseas, including the Government Art Collection; the Victoria and Albert Museum; the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; the Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge; the Scottish Arts Council; and the New York Public Library. 

Sally McLaren - Galena

Artist: Sally McLarenTitle: 'Galena' - an original pencil signed etching with aquatint; framed   Description: A framed original etching with aquatint, pencil signed by the artist lower right, titled 'Galena' lower left and numbered 2 from a small edition of 20 prints onl..