Anita Klein studied at Chelsea School of Art and gained a Post Graduate Diploma in Printmaking from the Slade School of Art in 1985.
She now lives and works in London.
Her hand-made etchings, drypoints, aquatints, screenprints and lithographs depict the various activities and relationships of her family members. These depictions are often gently humorous. Through her beautiful and confident use of line and space she creates images and memories which are universally understood.
She has received numerous awards and commissions including the Joseph Webb Award, Royal Society of Painter Printmakers (1984), the John Purcell Award, Bankside Open (1991) and the John Purcell Award, National Print Exhibition, National Gallery (1995).
She was the President of the Royal Society of Painter Print-makers (R.E.) from 2003-2006 and her work is featured in numerous private and public collections world-wide.
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