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John Duffin is a well established Printmaker who makes images of city life. He is a member of Royal Society of painter Printmakers in London.
John has exhibited at The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition for the last 20 years and regularly sell out whole editions of work there. He has recently received, "Most Outstanding Print Award," from Sir Peter Blake RA. John's work is in many public collections (Ashmolean Museum Oxford, Arts Council Collection, Museum of London) and is widely sought after by private collectors and members of the general public.
John Duffin is a print maker and painter well known for his striking black and white prints focusing on great architecture, depictions of modern life in urban environments and city streets at different times of day. He mostly uses etching techniques to create his limited edition prints, which consists of drawing through hard ground wax with a sharp needle onto a copper plate, favoured for its sensitivity and subtlety. John Duffin draws cross hatched lines of varying densities to create spatial compositions including London motifs in particular, working from small pencil sketches he creates whilst out walking in the city streets gathering inspiration. He works mainly in black ink on bright white paper resulting in dynamic contrasts between shadows and highlights. John Duffin also plays with view point, with the perspective often tilted so that the viewer is made to look down from above onto the buildings and structures within his etchings, giving a strong, impressive feel.