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Eliza Southwood | Introduction

Eliza Southwood spent ten years as an architect & studied at the Glasgow School of Art and is a full time artist, specialising in printmaking, illustration & painting & most known for her cycling artworks, inspired by the Tour de France.  She is based in London, England & also still spends time out in Spain.  A self confessed (but not obsessed) cyclist, she can often be found roaming the woods with her dog, escaping the madness of city life. 

I practiced as an architect for ten years before deciding to take up a career as an artist & illustrator full-time in 2010, although I have consistently drawn and painted throughout my life. My first illustration commission was a Spanish children’s book, when I was aged 13.

Having grown up in Spain, I spent a year in Italy and then moved to Scotland where I graduated from Glasgow School of Art with a degree in Architecture. I later finished my postgraduate architectural studies in London.

My speciality is silk screen printing, but I also work in mixed media, watercolour and acrylic. As a keen cycling fan, I am known particularly for my cycling themed artwork, but I also produce work on a wide range of subjects such as cityscapes, dogs, sports and people.

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The Chase - by Eliza Southwood
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The Chase | Eliza Southwood This is n open edition Giclee art print. Printed on Decor Smooth 210gsm acid-free, museum quality paper, featuring a natural white finish and slightly textured surface. THE ARTIST | Introduction Eliza Southwood studied at the Glasgow School...


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