The work of three prominent 20th Century artists will be exhibited at Banbury Museum from Saturday.
A Fine Line will showcase the work of Sydney Carline, Stanley Anderson and Robin Tanner until November 23.
The display celebrates many rural and crafts scenes from across Oxfordshire.
Councillor George Reynolds, deputy leader of Cherwell District Council, said: “This exhibition really is something special as there are so many things for visitors to appreciate and enjoy.
“Aside from the skill involved in creating these marvellous engravings, the images offer a glimpse into life in Oxfordshire in the early 20th Century through the eyes and images of the very people who lived through it.”
Born in Oxford, Sydney Carline was known for his work as a painter, sculptor, engraver and designer of medals. The exhibition will be the first opportunity to see the newly-framed Carline works from the county collections.
Stanley Anderson won the British Institute engraving scholarship to study at the Royal College of Art and his engravings were based on subjects in the Cotswolds and Oxfordshire.
Robin Tanner trained as a teacher at Goldsmiths’ College in London and his prints capture the character of the countryside.
The free exhibition is open from 10am-5pm. For more information call 01295 753752.