Crawshaw Booth (framed)

by Neil Woodall

Crawshaw Booth is one of a series of four hauntingly enigmatic prints by Neil Woodall. The limited edition print is on display in the Keeper’s House from 15 September 2017 to 19 February 2018. Please note, this framed work is available for collection only from the Royal Academy of Arts after 19 February 2018 once the exhibition has closed.

This limited edition print is no longer available. For enquiries on other work by this artist, please contact us on 0207 300 5933

Artwork details

Medium Print
Colour Black/Multicolour
Dimensions 38 x 2 x 43cm
Fabric & material Aquatint
Edition 90

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Artwork description

Crawshaw Booth is a small village on the edge of the Pennine Hills in Lancashire. The starting point for this dramatic print was a photograph of the artist’s mother as a child, holding a cat. The resulting image is rich in contrasts, with the figure and foliage illuminated white against the black in this contemporary interpretation of a distant past.

The plate for this print was etched and printed by Woodall in his studio at Yorkshire ArtSpace, Sheffield.

About Neil Woodall

Neil Woodall is a printmaker and painter who studied at the Central School of Art and Design in London, taking a Postgraduate course in Printmaking. He went on to study at Hull College to complete Higher Education studies.

Woodall's work offers a surreal depiction of nature and the natural world, and during his career as a printmaker he has exhibited... Go to artist page