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Bill Jacklin: Graphics Hardback Limited Edition

Bill Jacklin: Graphics has been produced to accompany the artist's first ever retrospective of his work, held at the Royal Academy of Arts. This special edition also comes with a limited edition print by Bill Jacklin. The print captures the movement of his lively and atmospheric ice skaters.

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Dimensions 24.5 x 28.9cm
Fabric & material Hardback
No. of Pages 160
No. of Illustrations 120
SKU 02084585

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Updated 19 May 2020

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Product story

Bill Jacklin RA studied graphics in Walthamstow, London and worked as a graphics designer before turning to painting in the early 1960's, studying at the Royal College of Art. Initially concerned with abstraction, Jacklin moved towards figurative work in the mid-1970's, focusing mostly on light and movement.

Written by Nancy Campbell with an introduction by Jill Lloyd and printmaking glossary by Michael Barratt.

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