In what is Nancy Milner's first foray into printmaking, this work stays true to her painting practice. Milner works out colour and composition through a slow process of building and layering.
Produced in the RA Schools in a limited edition of 125, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.
|Dimensions||29.7 x 21cm|
|Fabric & material||Etching|
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The Royal Academy's Keeper’s print prize award offered Milner the first experience of working in a printed medium. The resulting etching produced using multiple plates and repeat layerings of coloured inks dramatically shifts the scale and speed of her painterly approach by creating an intensity of image and intimacy of mark-making that is a unique consequence of the etching medium.
All proceeds from the sale of RA Editions prints go directly to support the RA Schools.
The Royal Academy's Keeper’s Print Prize award offered Milner the first experience of working in a printed medium. The resulting etching, produced using multiple plates and repeat layerings of coloured inks, dramatically shifts the scale and speed of her painterly approach by creating an intensity of image and intimacy of mark making that is a unique consequence of the etching technique.
This print is one of a suite of four small-scale works produced by RA Schools graduates to celebrate the opening of the Keeper’s House. Other works in the suite by Adham Faramawy, Michael O'Reilly and Charlie Billingham are also available.
The RA Editions programme generates valuable revenue for the RA and in particular the RA Schools.