All at Sea, Mick Rooney
Internationally acclaimed Mick Rooney studied at Sutton School of Art from 1959 to 1962, Wimbledon School of Art from 1962 to 1964, and subsequently at the Royal College of Art, London from 1964 to 1967.
Among Rooney’s many awards are World of Newspapers London (1982), Spirit of London, GLC Southbank (1983), Gulbenkian Printmakers Award (1984), John Player Portrait Award, National Portrait Gallery (1985), Daler/Rowney Prize (Royal Academy, 1986), House and Garden Magazine Award (Royal Academy, 1988), Korn/Ferry International Premier Award (Royal Academy, 1989) and First Prize, Chichester Arts Festival Exhibition.
This is a limited edition print of 50. Signed and numbered by the artist.
Digital inkjet Archival Print on Somerset Satin Enhanced 330 gsm paper, deckled edge.
Size: A3 (42 cms X 29.7 cms)
Art on a Postcard
We are pleased to present the incredible chance to own a new limited edition print by the world renowned artist, Mick Rooney
This stunning artwork was originally donated by the artist for 'Art On A Postcard 2015' - a campaign to help raise money for The Hepatitis C Trust, the national UK charity for hepatitis C. Founded, led and run by people with personal experience of the effects of hepatitis C, Art on a Postcard's main objective is to eliminate hepatitis C as a major health concern by 2030.
Proceeds from your purchase of this print will go towards helping The Trust in achieving their goal.
The print is currently on display alongside the full Art On A Postcard portfolio at 'The 20 Best of Art On A Postcard 2015', a show curated and hosted by Jealous Gallery alongside the charity, running from 12th – 24th April.
The incredible portfolio features the works of internationally acclaimed artists: Chantal Joffe, David Shrigley, Mick Rooney RA, Carol Robertson, Mark Peppé, John Wragg RA, Vanessa Gardiner, Gavin Turk, Ray Richardson, Carl Moore, Simone Lia, Danny O’Connor, Robert James Clarke, Rachel Howard, Ceal Warnants, The Connor Brothers, Dougie Wallace, David Shillinglaw, Tyler Spangler and Anita Klein.
- The frame is produced using a high quality wood moulding.
- The frame is mounted with a 5cm antique white mount. The print, mount, glazing and hardboard is all held in place using rigid metal tabs.
- On the reverse of the frame there is a metal hanging apparatus stamped directly into the hardboard which requires hammer a nail or screw into the wall, the metal hanger then sits directly over this.
-These framed prints aren't glass, to prevent damage in shipping we use styrene glazing.
Framing can take up to 2 weeks to be delivered.