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Lizzie Jacklin

Lizzie Jacklin is currently a Keeper of Art at Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums, where she has curated exhibitions including Print Goes Pop at the Hatton Gallery and Challenging Convention at the Laing Art Gallery. She has previously worked in curatorial roles at institutions including Tate Britain, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Courtauld Gallery. She enjoys working with British art and illustration of all periods, particularly the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and has a long-term interest in works on paper. She has published various articles and catalogue entries on British artists including JMW Turner, and her book The Art of Print: Three Hundred Years of Printmaking was published by Tate in autumn 2021.

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