by Eileen Cooper RA
Provoking discourses around sexuality, motherhood, life and death, Eileen Cooper RA combines printed and painted mediums to depict a female figure sheltering within nature. Please note, this unique work is available for collection only from the Royal Academy of Arts.
|Artist||Eileen Cooper RA|
|Dimensions||28 x 38cm|
|Fabric & material||Paper|
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Radiating feminine grace and strength, this mixed-media work by Eileen Cooper RA depicts a lone female figure in the landscape. Cooper, whose art encompasses sexuality, motherhood life and death, is sometimes described as a magic realist. While often strongly autobiographical, her work is always more allegorical than anecdotal. Rich in narrative, Cooper’s imagery celebrates strong, female characters who may take centre-stage alone, or share the intimate worlds that she creates with other family members or animals to create nature-filled, dream-like environments. Her work is shown throughout the UK and internationally, and held in significant public and private collections.
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About Eileen Cooper RA
Eileen Cooper RA is one of Britain’s most respected printmakers and painters. Cooper began her career at Goldsmiths College in the early 1970s before studying at the Royal College of Art from 1974 to 1977. Her first solo exhibition was held just two years later at the Air Gallery and was followed by further solo shows throughout the UK during... Go to artist page