March 14 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.'
The Daily Telegraph
March 17, 2018
'The fascinatingly strange paintings of Suzanne Cooper'
'It's a joy that these beautiful pictures - so formally inventive, so full of vitality and complex charm - have finally reached the public'
House & Garden
'A long overdue show for a neglected star of 1930s art'
Multiples Journal of The Society of Wood Engravers May 2018
'Modernist street scenes full of vigorous lines, flat planes of singing colour and dynamic movement... wood engravings in which the inventiveness of the composition is matched by the variety and exuberance of the marks'
'Artist Suzanne Cooper’s nascent career was halted by war. Now the world is rediscovering her remarkable talent.'
The Bible of British Taste
BOBT paired Suzanne Cooper's work with Enid Marx's in a delightful photo-feature on June 3rd, 2018.
The blog's author compares Cooper's 'The Cat Girl' with Lucien Freud's portrait of Kitty Garman.
The Persephone Post
The Persephone Post featured works by Suzanne Cooper every day for a week, beginning March 19, 2018