Babylon Gallery to host exhibition of signed prints by cartoon artist Ralph Steadman

PUBLISHED: 09:16 06 February 2018

One of Ralph Steadman's illustrations that will be on display at the Babylon Gallery in Ely.

One of Ralph Steadman's illustrations that will be on display at the Babylon Gallery in Ely.


The Babylon Gallery in Ely will showcase exclusive signed prints by cartoon artist Ralph Steadman next month.

The exhibition is comprised of 24 signed and limited edition prints of critically endangered mammals, insects and fish. Ralph first became a household name when he had his art published in Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas though he has had previously published illustrations in poetry collections by Ted Hughes, Alice in Wonderland and Animal Farm.

Ralph is sharing the exhibition with artist Sid Burnard who turns drift wood into artwork.

The exhibition is open from midday on February 23 and then again on March 11.

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