by Hugo Bevan
This print of a fortress in Spain is the first etching made by student Hugo Bevan. The limited edition print is on show in the Keeper’s House from 15 September 2017 to 19 February 2018.
|Dimensions||25 x 30cm|
|Fabric & material||Etching|
Delivery & returns information
Orders are usually shipped within 14 working days, but please allow up to 21 days for delivery.
UK tracked delivery is charged at £9.50, unless the work is collection only.
International delivery is calculated by weight and can be seen at checkout.
Hugo Bevan produced this print during a recent etching workshop led by Norman Ackroyd for A Level students at Eton College. With notable confidence, Bevan has, with uncluttered clarity and minimal gestures, captured the essential structure and character of the building.
In Bevan’s own words, ‘The image for the etching was originally a watercolour I had produced in Trujillo, Spain, at the end of March. It was done from below the town walls with a view of the towers, walls and descending paths and gardens. I used the original watercolour as a guide to my mark-making on the plate, with particular regard to the study of light.’
About Hugo Bevan
Hugo Bevan is the youngest artist selected for the Etching: The Infernal Method exhibition and he is currently undertaking a scholarship at Eton college.
Bevan and Norman Ackroyd RA first met when an etching workshop was taught by Ackroyd at Eton, who was keen to adopt and encourage unrecognised printmakers, thereafter inviting Bevan to exhibit at the RA.