From Inchnadamph

Norman Ackroyd RA, CBE (b1938)

Etching called “From Inchnadamph” (gaelic which translates as water meadow of the stag) from a 1991 series of works called Summer Isles, a very small edition of just 40 copies, this one numbered 17/40, signed in pencil and dated 91

The  Summer Isles portfolio was printed at Penny press in 1991, depicting different landscapes of Sutherland and Wester Ros, Scotland.  I have others from the set available separately.  The set was printed on acid free 250 gsm paper.

A paradise for geologists, Inchnadamph is a small hamlet in Sutherland, Scotland.  The scene captured by Ackroyd shows the ruins of Ardvreck Castle on the shores of Loch Assynt which seagulls hovering above.

Measurements: 25.5 x 33 cm sheet size, image size 20 x 15 cm

Condition: Mint condition, unframed.

This work has now been sold