Red Field-Ceide by Barbara Rae RA

Red Field-Ceide by Barbara Rae RA

32 x 37 cm

Colour etching

Red Field-Ceide by Barbara Rae RA

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Red Field-Ceide by Barbara Rae RA
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Intense bursts of colour evoke a dramatic landscape while remaining resolutely abstract in this work by Barbara Rae RA. Original studies were executed in the peat-bog fields of County Mayo, close to Ćéide Fields, an exhumed Neolithic farm.

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Intense bursts of colour evoke a dramatic landscape while remaining resolutely abstract in this work by Barbara Rae RA. Original studies were executed in the peat-bog fields of County Mayo, close to Ćéide Fields, an exhumed Neolithic farm.

Printed in Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen by Master Printer, Michael Waight.

Artist Sales: this work is sold by the artist. The sale is facilitated by RA Enterprises (RAE) for which RAE receives a commission from the artist only.
  • Medium - Colour etching
  • Dimensions - 32 x 37 cm

About Barbara Rae RA

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Barbara Rae RA studied at Edinburgh College of Art (1961-1965), attended Moray House College of Education, and taught in Edinburgh until 1972. From the 70s to the 90s, she lectured in drawing, painting and printmaking at Aberdeen College of Education and Glasgow School of Art.

Rae’s first solo show was in 1967 at the New 57 Gallery, Edinburgh. In 1994 and 1999, she won tapestry commissions for Edinburgh’s Festival Theatre, and Royal Scottish Museum. Rae’s work is included in many private, public and corporate collections in Britain, Europe and the USA.

Rae has received Major Scottish Arts Council Awards (1975, 1981), the Guthrie Medal (1977), the Sir William Gillies Travel Award (1983), Calouste Gulbenkian Printmaking Award (1983), and Hunting Group Prize (1998).

She became president of the Society of Scottish Artists (1983), a member of the Royal Scottish Academy (1992), and a Royal Academician (1996). In 1999, Rae was awarded a CBE and received an Honorary Doctorate from Napier University, Edinburgh.