Home > Ian McKeever > Pomegranate Fine Art > Staffa I
Staffa I by Ian McKeever

Staffa I by Ian McKeever

Pomegranate Fine Art

Etching and Aquatint


Edition Size: 50

Image Size: 20 x 25 cm

Sheet Size: 52 x 56 cm


Condition: Excellent

Details — Click to read

Staffa is an island of the Inner Hebrides, Scotland known for its pillars. Original pencil signed limited edition etching with gravure printed on Somerset paper. Printed in collaboration with master printmaker Hugh Stoneman, it comes with a photocopy of the Stoneman gallery paperwork. Stoneman was one of the greatest master printmakers of the 20th century, working with some of the best artists of the time including Patrick Heron, Eileen Cooper, John Hoyland, Terry Frost, and many others. McKeever and Stoneman collaborated on printmaking for 18 years creating a large number of high quality prints. Signed and dated in pencil and numbered from the edition of 50. Also titled ‘Staffa I’ in pencil lower right corner of sheet. Unframed, excellent condition.

Excellent condition, this stunning etching reflects the abstract style that McKeever adopted from the mid 1980s. The tones are quite striking in this work in black, brown and white.


Price on Application

The Artist

Ian McKeever

Born 1946 in Withernsea, England. He began painting in 1968, following studies in English Literature in London, and in 1970 took his first studio at SPACE, St. Katherine’s dock, London, an artists’ initiative set up by Bridget Riley and Peter Sedgley. He is currently based in Dorset, Britain, and is Visiting Professor in Painting at the Faculty of Art and Architecture at the University of Brighton, and Professor of Drawing at the Royal Academy School of Arts in London. In 2003 he was elected a Royal Academician.

Read more

More Ian McKeever prints at Pomegranate Fine Art

See More

More prints at Pomegranate Fine Art

View Gallery