by Rebecca Salter PRA
A lot of time, a lot of love!
Produced entirely in the RA Schools, the complete RA Schools Anniversary Portfolio and unframed single prints are available for pre-order.
Delivery available from 1 October 2020.
|Dimensions||59.5 x 42cm|
|Fabric & material||Digital Print|
|Artist VAT Number||GB 100 1935 71|
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RA SCHOOLS 250 Anniversary Portfolio
2019 marks the 250th Anniversary of the RA Schools
The RA Schools has been a key part of the Royal Academy since its foundation in 1769. This portfolio celebrates the RA Schools within the history of the Royal Academy and its impact as a leading and independent Fine Art school.
This portfolio of 30 prints features artists who have a deep connection to the RA Schools. Throughout 2019, the contributing Royal Academicians and RA Schools Professors - Academic staff and graduates - have made these prints alongside current students. The portfolio demonstrates the range and breadth of artistic approach and the multi-generational voices that contribute to the RA Schools creative evolution.
All of the works have been created and editioned in the EPSON digital print workshops at the RA Schools using the latest in archival inkjet printing technologies with the help of generous sponsorship from long standing supporters EPSON UK and EUROPE. For some of these artists digital print is a new medium, whereas other contributors have practices that are defined by their long-term commitment to digital image making.
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The RA Editions programme publishes and showcases prints by Royal Academicians and invited artists. All are available to buy online, from the RA Shop at Gallery X, and through a series of displays. The programme generates valuable revenue for the RA and in particular the RA Schools.
About Rebecca Salter PRA
Rebecca Salter PRA is the current President of the Royal Academy of Arts. She studied at Bristol Polytechnic and then at Kyoto City University of the Arts in Japan, where she lived for six years. While living in Kyoto she studied traditional Japanese woodblock printing with Professor Kurosaki Akira and has since written two books on the subject. Her interest... Go to artist page