Estuary (framed)

by Norman Ackroyd RA

This limited edition framed print by Norman Ackroyd was produced to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the Royal Academy of Arts in London. As part of the Multiple Thoughts exhibition, it is on show in the Keeper’s House at the Royal Academy from 27 April–10 September 2018.

Please note that, if purchased, this framed print is available for collection only from the Royal Academy of Arts by appointment with the Art Sales team.

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Artwork details

Artist Norman Ackroyd RA
Colour Black/Multicolour
Dimensions 35 x 39cm
Fabric & material Etching
Medium Print

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Artwork description

Estuary, a characteristically atmospheric monochrome etching by Norman Ackroyd, captures the view across the Stour Estuary, a body of water that borders two counties. Depicted from Manningtree on the Essex side of the estuary, the scene is viewed across the water looking north towards Suffolk. The location is about a mile downriver from Flatford Mill in Suffolk, where Constable produced many of his greatest works.

This limited edition etching was made using the sugarlift technique, which gives the image a wash-like quality. The plate was produced in Norman Ackroyd’s studio in Bermondsey, London, from drawings he had made at the site. 

All proceeds from sales of this work go directly to support the non-profit-making areas of the Royal Academy, particularly the RA Schools.

About Norman Ackroyd RA

Norman Ackroyd RA studied at Leeds College of Art from 1956 to 1961 and London’s Royal College of Art from 1961 to 1964.

He’s enjoyed solo exhibitions at galleries including Anderson O’Day Fine Art, London; Aitken Dott, Edinburgh; Jersey Arts Centre; Compass Gallery, Glasgow; National Museum of Art, Santiago; Jan Turner, Los Angeles; Dolan/Maxwell Gallery, Philadelphia, and the Mickleson Gallery,... Go to artist page