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Not For Web | Lilies of the Field

by Charlie Fegan

Charlie Fegan’s use of a reflective gold background in this graphic screen-print of lilies revitalises the work’s traditional subject matter.


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

Dimensions 72 x 51cm
Fabric & material Screenprint
Edition 30
Medium Print

Delivery & returns information

Service Update (updated 19 March 2020)

We want to make sure your order reaches you as safely as possible. Therefore, due to the outbreak of COVID-19, all purchases of unframed prints from the RA Editions store will be dispatched once the RA has reopened. Delivery charges are detailed here. Please note that purchses of unique works that are for collection only will only be available for collection once the RA has reopened. The RA Editions Team will be in touch regarding all orders upon the RA reopening. 

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Updated 19 May 2020

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Product story

Charlie Fegan’s use of a reflective gold background in this graphic screen-print of lilies revitalises the work’s traditional subject matter. In the making of this print, the lilies were flattened and then placed on a screen coated with light-sensitive emulsion. The screen was then exposed to UV light and once the emulsion was washed away, the silhouetted flower stencil remains on the screen. Fegan likens this process to Victorian cyanotype technology, which has a relationship to his video work. ‘In a way, in my practice, I have inadvertently been using the same lo-fi and analogue techniques of Victorian hobbyists but I push them to produce an altered sense of space and reality’.

Fegan is a current student in the RA Schools and Lilies in the Field is one of his first screen prints.

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.

About Charlie Fegan

Charlie Fegan studied Fine Art and History of Art BA at Goldsmiths, graduating in 2013, and is a current student in the RA Schools.Fegan predominantly works with video, yet his practice is not anchored to one specific medium. His work centres on an area of interest that is interrogated through various mediums and forms. Entrenched in his practice is a... Go to artist page