COOPER, Eileen


Painter, print maker and teacher. Attended Goldsmiths College, School of Art 1971-7, Royal College of Art 1974-7. Later she became visiting teacher at Central St. Martins. Eileen Cooper was noted for her studies of the human figure, often large and of Chagall like intensity. From the mid 1980’s she participated in numerous mixed exhibitions in Britain. After a solo exhibition at Air Gallery in 1979 others include House Gallery in 1981, Blond Fine Art 1982-83-5; Artiste Gallery, Bath 1987. Then a series at Benjamin Rhodes Gallery from 1988. Among her commissioned work was a staircase project at ICA ,1982, and a series of book covers and frontispieces. Arts council, British Council and Victoria and Albert Museum hold her work.

(The Dictionary of Artists in Britain Since 1945 by David Buckman)

x Close


All Art

COOPER, Eileen
Eileen Cooper signed etching, 1988.