Limited Edition Giclee Print , number 124 of 350 . Signed and numbered by Jack Vettriano
Paper Size: 40 x 44.5cm / 15¾ x 17½ins Image Size: 30 x 34.4cm / 11¾ x 13½ins Framed Size: 65 x 68.5cm / 25½ x 27ins
Edition Size: 350 + 40 Artist’s Proofs 300gsm Hahnemuhle museum etching paper
Dance Me to the End of Love is one of five iconic images by Jack Vettriano, published for the first time as a signed, limited edition giclee print to commemorate the Jack Vettriano Retrospective exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum in Glasgow.
Printed using archival inks on 300gsm Hahnemuhle museum etching paper, each print is signed and numbered by Jack Vettriano
Dance Me to the End of Love is also available in a larger format edition of just 250 prints.
The five editions in The Classic Collection can also be ordered as part of a specially priced set of five, with matching edition numbers. Order by phone on freephone 0800-6190570 .
Summertime Blues is a Jack Vettriano limited edition print which was published in 1994 by his first publisher Corrymiller Scott in Newcastle. These limited edition prints are very rare . We have one copy of this print in stock. Phone 07723-538941 for more details
Medium: Offset Lithograph Published: 1994 Edition Copies: 975 Size: 20? x 24? (51cm x 61cm) Finish: Framed Signed: Yes Certificate of Authenticity: Yes Publisher: Secondary
Sotheby’s Scottish Art auction takes place in London on Wednesday, September 30, 2009 and it will bring to the market more than 150 works from many of the leading names in the field of predominantly 20th Century Scottish Art. The Scottish Colourists will feature strongly, as will Anne Redpath, Joan Eardley, Peter Howson and Jack Vettriano and the sale is estimated to bring in the region of £4 million. All of the sale’s offerings will be exhibited at Edinburgh’s Mansfield Traquair between Tuesday, September 15 and Thursday, September 17 and this exhibition is open to the public. Jack Vettriano will be represented by some 15 works, the most valuable of which is Bathers, which was exhibited at The Solstice Gallery in Edinburgh in August 1991 in the very same exhibition as two of the artist’s most iconic images, The Singing Butler and Mad Dogs. Bathers dates to the most significant period of Vettriano’s career and is expected to fetch £100,000-150,000. Pincer Movement , which has been published as a limited edition print , is also for sale. Photogold has supplied Jack Vettriano prints online since 1998. Guardian art reviews