The figure of a woman is central to Eileen Cooper's imagery, sometimes heroine, goddess of myth, mother and lover. Her strong drawing with fluid simplified lines and colourful
compositions make her work immediately recognisable. Her style invokes both Picasso and Chagall as well as the Mughal miniatures she admires. Selected major exhibitions: 2015,
Royal Academy of Arts, London - Drawing Retrospective, now touring to public galleries throughout the UK. Cooper was elected a Royal Academician (RA) in 2001 and Keeper of the RA in 2011. Selected Public Collections: The Arts Council UK, Royal Collections, The Royal Academy of Arts, The Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Cooper's major drawing retrospective 'Hide and Seek' is touring the UK.
Ariel , 2016
96.5 x 66.5 cms
Edition 20 Frame plus £450