Sun, Sleet and Snow in the City II, 2015, by Bill Jacklin RA

by Bill Jacklin RA

This work is part of ‘Only Connect’, our latest Art Sales exhibition curated by Professor David Remfry RA, currently on show in the Keeper’s House. Please note, this unique framed work is available for collection only from the Royal Academy of Arts after 11 September 2017 once the exhibition has closed.
£4,200.00
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Artwork details

Medium Print
Colour Grey/Multicolour
Dimensions 76.5 x 62cm
Fabric & material Monotype
Unique work

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Artwork description

These monotypes capture the intensity of the weather systems in New York, where Jacklin has lived for the past 30 years. Draughtsmanship is at the heart of Jacklin’s practice and he adopts a gestural approach to printmaking which is well-served by the medium of monotype which allows for great spontaneity. The image is painted directly onto the plate, and then a mixture of turpentine and oil is ‘spritzed’ on to create effects of atmosphere, movement, light and shadow.

In Jacklin’s words; ‘I always think of the city as an arena. The light shining down is my spotlight, in which I can create my own drama.’

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 Bill Jacklin RA

Bill Jacklin RA initially trained as a graphic artist at Walthamstow School of Art from 1960 to 1961 before studying painting at the Royal College of Art from 1964 to 1967.  Between 1967 and 1975, Jacklin taught at Chelsea School of Art, Hornsey and Royal Colleges of Art and at schools in Kent and Surrey.


Jacklin was awarded an Arts Council Bursary... Go to artist page