Lot 538 - Ian C McNicol - Scottish Loch
Etching and Aquatint on Paper
A6 (10x15cm) Original Artwork
Signed on Verso
Ian McNicol was born in Paisley in 1965. He studied Architecture for 3 years at Glasgow School of Art before changing to Technical Graphics & Illustration (at Glasgow College of Building and Printing). A further 10 years were spent in professional practice with a firm of architects while taking a series of evening classes at the Glasgow Print Studio, where he experimented with screenprinting, lithography and relief techniques, eventually being seduced by the etching process.
The artworks are made using the traditional printmaking technique of etching which involves using steel and copper plates, etched in acids and hand printed on to paper.
Architecture, Glasgow School of Art
Technical Graphics & Illustration, Glasgow College of Building and Printing
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