Lisa Milroy started her career incorporating Japanese prints into her paintings, and when she eventually visited Japan, her experience had a profound and lasting influence on her work. This is one in a series of works Milroy made in 1996 depicting traditional Japanese houses in Kyoto.
Please note that due to the size and nature of the original work, this print can only be offered in the 30 x 40 cm size option.
Date of work
Original: Photo-etching and aquatint on paper 23 x 33.7 cm © Lisa Milroy
Born in Vancouver in 1959, Lisa Milroy is a Canadian-British artist best known for her still life paintings of everyday domestic objects, meticulously arranged into formal, grid-like compositions. After studying at the Université de Paris- Sorbonne, she moved to London and took up a place at Goldsmiths College, University of London. Much of her work has focused on commonplace objects, beginning with the small scale still lifes she produced for her first solo exhibition in 1984 and continuing throughout her career. Though her paintings relate to figurative objects, they are sometimes categorized as abstract works, with the objects themselves used simply as compositional elements.