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Michael Sandle

 

 

Born in May 1936 in Dorset, Michael Sandle spent most of his childhood in the Isle of Man. Michael studied at Douglas School of Art, Isle of Man (1951-1954) and then London’s The Slade School of Fine Art (1956-1959). Whilst at The Slade School of Art, he developed a serious interest in printmaking. After a short stay in Italy he went to Paris in order to further his knowledge of printing techniques.

In January 1960 he became employed as a lithographer at the Atelier Patris, a professional studio which specialised in collaborating with artists to produce editions of fine art lithographs. During his time there he printed editions and assessed at the production of artists' proofs of Soulages and Sugái amongst others.

He returned to England in November 1960 and has since been a part-time lecturer at Leicester College of Art, Foundation Studies Department.


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Born in May 1936 in Dorset, Michael Sandle spent most of his childhood in the Isle of Man. Michael studied at Douglas School of Art, Isle of Man (1951-1954) and then London’s The Slade School of Fine Art (1956-1959).
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