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Joseph Winkelman has specialised in intaglio printmaking since 1975 after completing the Oxford University Certificate course in Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Drawing. As an active member of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE), he served as President from 1989 to 1995 and was recently artist in residence at St John's College, Oxford.

His current interests are imagery based on the natural and man-made environment. Joe's CV >>

Joe was recently interviewed by Studio International

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The Sewanee Poems

Joe has recently created sixteen planographic prints in collaboration with the renowned poet Richard Tillinghast

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My 'one-bag show at the Tate'

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Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers
The Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers, founded in 1880 as Painter-Etchers, is the UK's premier printmaking organisation. The title was changed to Painter-Printmakers in 1990 when all media of original printmaking were accepted yet it has continued to be known as the RE. Its home, shared with the Royal Watercolour Society, is at the Bankside Gallery, which neighbours Tate Modern in central London.

RE Diploma Collection
This prime archive of prints donated since foundation by members upon election to the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers is held in trust in the print room of the Ashmolean Museum at the University of Oxford with free public access to view them and also to see them on the museum website.

Ashmolean Museum, Department of Western Art - Print Room
The Print Room of the Department of Western Art houses one of the finest collections in Britain of European graphic arts from the fifteenth century to the present day, including the RE Diploma Collection.