|Hayter - Prints, lithographs, etchings and illustrated books.|
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|Hayter is born in London. |
|Stanley William Hayter leaves school and begins working for a chemist as a research assistant. |
|Hayter established himself in Paris and studies at the Julian Academy. He creates his first engravings with artist Joseph Hecht. |
|Hayter establishes an engraving studio at 17 rue Campagne-Première. (He calls it “Studio 17”, a name which he will retain for his future workshops). |
|Hayter leaves Paris and heads for London. The following year, the artist moves to the United States where he remains for 10 years. |
|Hayter teaches at the San Francisco School of Fine Arts and establishes Studio 17. Over the course of the following years, the studio receives many important paintings including: Miro, Tanguy, Calder, Masson, Pollock etc. |
|Hayter definitively returns to Paris where he re-opens Studio 17, rue de Vaugirard. (In the following years, the studio is moved to various locations). |
|Stanley William Hayter receives the Legion of Honour. |
|Hayter represents Great Britain at the Venice Biennial Exhibition. |
|The artist receives the Grand Prize for engraving at the Tokyo Biennial Exhibition. |
|Stanley William Hayter dies on May 4 in Paris. The British Museum acquires all of his engravings. |
1966 - "New ways of Gravure" by S.W. Hayter, Ed. Pantheon, NY.
1962 - "About prints" by S.W. Hayter, Ed. Oxford University Press.
|Hayter - Catalogues Raisonnes|
- "Stanley William Hayter, the prints" by Peter Black and Désirée Moorhead reference all the prints of Hayter. More than 450 original prints are here reproduced and described. Ed. Phaidon.