In the 1930s Suzanne Cooper exhibited paintings and wood engravings in a number of West End galleries including the Wertheim Gallery, the Redfern Gallery and the Zwemmer Gallery. She also showed with the National Society of Painters, Sculptors and Printmakers and the Society of Women Artists.

After decades of neglect her work is now being rediscovered, with exhibitions in 2018 at the Fry Art Gallery in Saffron Walden, in Suffolk and Dovedale.

On April 1st 2019 the first London exhibition of Suzanne Cooper’s work for seventy years will open at the Morley Gallery.

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Suzanne Cooper - Rediscovery of a Forgotten Artist

Morley Gallery, 61 Westminster Bridge Rd, South Bank, London SE1 7HT

April 1st - 6th, 2019


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Suzanne Cooper and the Art of Wood Engraving

The Printroom Studio, Yew Tree Farm, Sweffling, Saxmundham IP17 2BU
June 2 - July 15 2018


‘Artist Suzanne Cooper’s nascent career was halted by war. Now the world is rediscovering her remarkable talent.' 


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Suzanne Cooper - Rediscovery of a Forgotten Artist

The Fry Art Gallery Too, Saffron Walden

March 17 - 25, 2018

‘It's a joy that these beautiful pictures - so formally inventive, so full of vitality and complex charm - have finally reached the public' The Daily Telegraph March 17, 2018

‘The rediscovery of an artist whose talent has long been lost to the world is a rare and exciting event...Exquisite and sophisticated prints ... She possessed a poetic and playful eye, a sure sense of composition and colour and a remarkable skill... a revelatory show.’ Country Life, March 24, 2018