Marcus Patton

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Marcus has been a member of the Belfast Print Workshop since 1979.

Marcus Patton was born in Enniskillen and studied architecture at Queen’s University. His work ranges from pen-and-ink drawings to watercolours and silkscreen prints. He has drawn buildings in every county of Ireland and many parts of England, Scotland and Wales, and abroad as far as Australia. Much of his other work concerns music and includes some four hundred silkscreened posters for concerts and operas. He has illustrated books on topography, music, architecture and fiction, and contributed illustrations to a wide variety of magazines. He became a trustee of the Belfast Print Workshop when it was established as an independent body and was its chairman for some years. He is currently a trustee of the Tyrone Guthrie Centre at Annaghmakerrig and was made an Academician of the Royal Ulster Academy in 2015. He was awarded the OBE in 1995.

Works in the Archive

Spring on Trevor Hill

Width: 51.00
Height: 37.00
Cost: £200
Edition: 37/50
Medium: Screenprint

La Mer Inconnue

Width: 60.00
Height: 40.00
Cost: £300
Edition: -
Medium: Screenprint

How Buildings Learn

Width: 60.00
Height: 40.00
Cost: £300
Edition: -
Medium: Screenprint

Mrs Braddel's Fish

Width: 60.00
Height: 40.00
Cost: £300
Edition: -
Medium: Screenprint

A view of the great illegal cat jumping meeting

Width: 26.50
Height: 17.50
Medium: Screenprint

The Sights of Belfast

Width: 43.00
Height: 60.00
Edition: 10/15
Medium: Screenprint

The Ulster Bank – waring street

Width: 61.50
Height: 41.50
Edition: AP
Medium: Screenprint

Bank of Ulster

Medium: Screenprint

The Irish Solicitors office

Width: 50.00
Height: 37.00
Edition: 20/40
Medium: Screenprint

Untitled - Portrush

Width: 59.00
Height: 40.00
Medium: Screenprint