Still Life

Print
2015 (made)
Image of Gallery in South Kensington
On display at V&A South Kensington
Prints & Drawings Study Room, level C
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Jealous Print Studio established a Graduate Prize in 2009. A prize is awarded to one MA Fine Art graduate from each of the major London art colleges; the winning graduates are awarded an all-expenses-paid residency in their print studios. Guided by their studio team, each graduate creates a new limited edition print. The portfolio of each year’s graduate prints is then shown together in a group exhibition. Jealous have donated all the Graduate editions produced so far to the V&A print collection.
Jose Castiella is a graduate of Goldsmiths. His painting is characterised by huge gestural marks and texture, as reflected in this print.


object details
Category
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Inkjet print
Brief Description
Jose Castiella: Still Life, 2015. Inkjet print
Physical Description
Print on paper; gestural marks representing a painting, superimposed with silhouetted architectural elements and trees.
Dimensions
  • Sheet height: 56cm
  • Sheet width: 66.5cm
Copy Number
AP 1/10
Marks and Inscriptions
AP 1/10
Credit line
Given by Jealous Print Studio
Summary
Jealous Print Studio established a Graduate Prize in 2009. A prize is awarded to one MA Fine Art graduate from each of the major London art colleges; the winning graduates are awarded an all-expenses-paid residency in their print studios. Guided by their studio team, each graduate creates a new limited edition print. The portfolio of each year’s graduate prints is then shown together in a group exhibition. Jealous have donated all the Graduate editions produced so far to the V&A print collection.

Jose Castiella is a graduate of Goldsmiths. His painting is characterised by huge gestural marks and texture, as reflected in this print.

Collection
Accession Number
E.664-2015

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record createdSeptember 4, 2015
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