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Her latest, number 30, carries the title Paper Touched with Magic (price by post: UK £8.50; Europe £10; rest of the world £12) and features more than 100 works ranging in date from Albrecht Dürer’s (1471-1528) engraving of 1496, The Penance of St John Chrysostrom (£3000) to Norman Ackroyd’s (born 1938) aquatint of 1985, Jackson’s Pond VI (£150).

In between there are impressions such as The second Oriental Head (£6500) by Rembrandt (1606-1669), Le Nouveliste (The News Reader) (£500), a coloured aquatint by Jean François Janinet (1752-1814), My Love among the Lilies (£175), a small wood engraving by Eric Gill (1882-1940) and Cat and Mandolin (£1500) and Cats and Lilies (£950), two engravings by Robert Austin, RA (1895-1973).

Elizabeth Harvey-Lee will be exhibiting items from the catalogue at the Art on paper Fair (Tel: 020 8742 1611), taking place between between February 7-10 at London’s Royal College of Art.

UNTIL February 13 over 40 etchings and engravings (£430-1190) by Robert Austin can be admired at the Open Eye Gallery (75-79 Cumberland Street, Edinburgh EH3 6RD. Tel: 0131 557 1020).
Those seeking paintings charged with energy and colour, might find the mixed media on paper (from £185) and acrylic/ collage on canvas (up to £2850) paintings of Martin Laurance (born 1952) to their taste.

The Norfolk-based artist, who has half a dozen solo shows under his belt, is currently exhibiting at The John Russell Gallery (4-6 Wherry Lane, Ipswich, Suffolk IP4 1LG. Tel: 01473 212051).

Closing on February 23, the paintings are mostly topographical, taking in images captured in East Anglia, Cornwall and other parts of Britain, together with scenes in the Maritime Alps region of Provence.