Stand W12



Verbatim return to London Original Print Fair for the third time. This year we will again be showcasing new works by Maite Cascón, Jake Garfield, Ellie Hayward and Thomas Gosebruch. 
We will be displaying only new works, including the launch of a number of previously unseen editions and unique prints.
All four artists hold printmaking at the core of their practice and are fully hands on in the creation of the work. As a result the works on show have been created with a sensitivity to the nuances of the woodcut, etching and monotype processes.
As the only artist-led gallery at the fair, Verbatim provide the rare opportunity for visitors to discuss the work with the practitioners who have made them. Cascón, Garfield, Gosebruch and Hayward will be on hand to answer questions about their work, upcoming projects, numerous prizes received over the last year or the major collections holding their work (including British Museum, V&A, British Library, Royal Collection, Fitzwilliam Museum).
  • About the Artists


    Maite Cascón

    Maite Cascón (b. 1991, Madrid) is an artist-printmaker based between Madrid and London. Her etchings have won the Gwen May Award from the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers, The Society of Women Artists Young Artist Award, the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair Prize and the Ushaw Residency and Acquisition Prize. More recently, her works were selected for the Triennale Européenne de l'Estampe Contemporaine in Toulouse, and she was honoured with the Ironbridge Fine Arts Award. At this year’s Fair, Verbatim will be showcasing prints from Cascón’s new series of etchings, Superstitions, alongside works from her popular Trickster’s Tree series.


    IG: @maite_cascon



    Jake Garfield

    Jake Garfield’s (b.1990, London) woodcuts and monotypes reflect on the nature of artistic persona, selfhood and performed identity. In 2023 his work was exhibited in Christie’s, Sotheby’s, Bonhams, Pallant House Gallery, Royal Academy and Fitzwilliam Museum. His work has received multiple awards and lives in a number of public collections including The V&A, The Royal Collection, Pallant House Gallery and The British Museum. At this year’s Fair Verbatim will be debuting new works from an ongoing series of prints and drawings made in response to Pierre Bonnard’s 1931 painting Le Boxeur (The Boxer).


    IG: @jakegarfieldart


    Thomas Gosebruch

    Thomas Gosebruch’s (b.1951, Munich) draws and prints mainly without a press, having trained in painting and ceramics. In 2023 he won the Contemporary Printmaking Prize as well as the Printmakers Prize at Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair. Gosebruch teaches at the National Gallery and City Lit in London and his work is kept by 6 German museums, the V&A and the British Library. At this year’s fair Verbatim will be showing Gosebruch’s hand-printed monotypes as well as new woodcuts printed with a press.
    IG: @thomasgosebruch


    Ellie Hayward

    Ellie Hayward’s (b.1996, London) practice focuses on both sculpture and printmaking. She graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art in 2020 with a BA in Fine Art, First Class Honours. Her work explores ideas around space and architecture, with a focus on liminal spaces. Since graduating her work has been exhibited in the RA Summer Show and ‘The Factory Project,’ curated by Thorp Stavri. She has also received various awards, most recently, 'The Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers Prize' at the 2022 RE International Print Fair, as well as the UCL Provost Prize in 2020. This is the second time Hayward is exhibiting with Verbatim at London Original Print Fair. She will be showing a variety of etchings, including a series of new works.


    IG: @ellie__hayward