Jan Mladejovsky Rudiments Etching with Aquatint 1969 Signed in pencil
Artist Name: Jan Mladejovsky
Title: Jan Mladejovsky: Exploring Etching with Aquatint. This artwork, created in 1969, is an etching with aquatint by Jan Mladejovsky, a renowned artist born in 1946. Mladejovsky received his artistic training at an art school in Prague before arriving at the Slade School of Fine Art during the Czech uprisings in 1968. He pursued an undergraduate diploma and furthered his studies with an additional post-graduate year. Afterward, he embarked on a teaching career at Croydon College and later ventured to Paris with the support of a British Council Grant. This particular artwork, signed by the artist in pencil, showcases Mladejovsky’s mastery of etching with aquatint, a technique that involves creating tonal effects by applying a powdered resin called aquatint to the etching plate.
Medium Type: etching, with Aquatint
Size-Width | Size-Height: 29.5″ x 21.5″
Signed | Edition Size: signed in pencil and marked | Artist Proof
Unframed in Very Good Condition.