Five new Jack Vettriano limited edition prints

Five new Jack Vettriano limited edition prints are published today

Jack Vettriano Limited Edition Giclee Prints from £285.Phone 07723-538941 for more details or contact us online.

The prints are in a range of paper sizes from 25 x 30 inches.
Published in 2013
Paper: 350 gsm Museum Etching paper
Edition Size: 250 + 25 Artist’s Proofs
Signed and numbered by the artist

Each print is available mounted or framed in a 3″ curved black frame with brown highlit edge detail and ivory mount. The frame has both a contemporary and slight Art Deco feel to it and was chosen by the artist.

Jack Vettriano posters

Dancer in Emerald

Dance me to the End of Love

Peter Blake supports Hogarth statue renovation

The restoration of the statue of William Hogarth in Chiswick to its former glory has begun. The works will be paid for by section 106 funding after lobbing by Chiswick Councillors. Situated in front of Barclay’s Bank on the High Road, the statue of Chiswick’s most famous former resident and “founder of English painting” was first unveiled in 2001 by Ian Hislop and David Hockney. Also present was local resident Peter Blake bringing arguably Britain’s two greatest living artists to honour one of the country’s all-time greats.
Since the unveiling members of the William Hogarth Trust have commemorated the artist’s birthday by placing flowers there each year.

The  restoration of the  statue of William Hogarth in Chiswick to its former glory has begun. The works will be paid for by section 106 funding after lobbing by Chiswick Councillors. Situated in front of Barclay’s Bank on the High Road, the statue of Chiswick’s most famous former resident and “founder of English painting” was first unveiled in 2001 by Ian Hislop and David Hockney. Also present was local resident Peter Blake bringing arguably Britain’s two greatest living artists to honour one of the country’s all-time greats.
Since the unveiling members of the William Hogarth Trust have commemorated the artist’s birthday by placing flowers there each year.
In November 2006, broadcaster Kirsty Young unveiled a new information panel next to the statue on what would have been Hogarth’s 309th birthday. Peter Blake is often called the grandfather of pop art . In the 60s he became famous as the designer of the cover of the Beatles’ Sergeant Pepper album . He has continued working up until the present day. His most recent works include the Venice Suite and box sets of the  ‘world series’, ‘Paris Suite‘ & ‘Butterflyman, homage to Damien Hirst’.
Blake continues on his tour of the great cities of the world, following his Venice Suite of 2009, and has now brought his unique vision to the City of Light in the Paris Suite. This beautifully presented portfolio set is comprised of twenty original silkscreen prints on paper. Once again Blake has taken inspiration from an antique souvenir postcard set of the city, using these as the basis for each packed collage composition. Blake creates hugely complex and humorous scenarios filled by characters and objects found in his personal collection of printed materials. The series contains several classic Blake motifs such as the circus, magic crowds, dancing and butterflies, and showcases the sophistry of his compositional skills. Blake’s careful balance and soft application of colour throughout the series, render the works reminiscent of old-fashioned aquatints; they could almost be illustrations to a story book from yesteryear- he leaves it to the viewer to create the story. Collage has been a medium that has fascinated Blake since his first experiments at the Royal College of Art in 1955. He took inspiration from artists such as Kurt Schwitters and Max Ernst to create collages that were surreal and comic visual stories bringing together many disparate and strange elements.

Paris Suite comprises: Paris- 10 Man Upright, Paris-Aquarium, Paris- Butterflies I, Paris- Butterflies II, Paris- Charabanc Outing, Paris- Chicken Art, Paris- Circus I, Paris- Circus II, Paris- Confucius, Paris- Dancing, Paris- Elephants, Paris- Girl, Paris- Lowering Elephants, Paris- Men with their Pets, Paris- Monkeys, Paris- The Day the Apes Escaped, Paris- The Day the Seine Froze Over, Paris- The Kiss, Paris- Women with their Pets, Paris- Working Elephants and is presented in a museum quality binding-box. Each artwork is a signed limited edition silkscreen print on paper with glazes.

The Innocents by Jack Vettriano

The Innocents by Jack Vettriano is an early limited edition signed print originally published in 1994 by his first publisher Corrymiller Scott in Newcastle. This limited edition print is very rare . We have one copy of this print in stock. Phone 07723-538941 for more details

The Innocents by Jack Vettriano , limited edition signed print
The Innocents by Jack Vettriano , limited edition signed print

The Innocents by Jack Vettriano is an early  limited edition signed print originally published in 1994  by his first publisher Corrymiller Scott in Newcastle. This limited edition print is 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

The Innocents by Jack Vettriano by Jack Vettriano

Jack Vettriano paintings in Edinburgh

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 Scottish Art including Jack Vettriano

Bathers by Jack Vettriano
Bathers by Jack Vettriano

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

Clearance sale – art @ great online prices

Photogold is holding a clearance sale of limited edition prints by artists Andrew Macara, Keith Mills and Malcolm Ludvigsen . Each print is signed limited edition giclee print , supplied in a 4″ double mount with extra deep bevel and presentation wrapped

Photogold is holding a clearance sale of limited edition prints by artists Andrew Macara, Keith Mills and Malcolm Ludvigsen . Each print is signed limited edition giclee print , supplied in a 4″ double mount with extra deep bevel and presentation wrapped .

John Lennon limited edition prints go on sale

A new series of limited edition prints by a rock legend go on sale in Edinburgh next month.

The exhibition features 45 of John Lennon’s works at The Dome in George Street on March 31. It will include 14 which have never been exhibited in the UK before. The limited edition prints will all be for sale during the exhibition, which runs until April 4.

A new series of limited edition prints by a rock legend go on sale in Edinburgh next month. The exhibition features 45 of John Lennon’s works at The Dome in George Street on March 31. It will include 14 which have never been exhibited in the UK before. The limited edition prints will all be for sale during the exhibition, which runs until April 4.
The originals of each piece were “signed” by Lennon with a special stamp known as a chop, created by artists in the Far East. His personal chop was designed to read “Like a Cloud, Beautiful Sound“, and each piece in the exhibition bears the image of the stamp.
The prints were created by Lennon’s wife , artist Yoko Ono, who in 1986 began releasing them in limited editions to establish her late husband’s fame as an artist as well as a musician. Lennon attended the Liverpool Art Institute, and continued to draw and write during his musical career. Lennon produced works in pen, pencil or Japanese sumi ink, and many of his drawings were used to illustrate three books he published during the 1960s  “ In His Own Write, A Spaniard in The Works and Skywriting By Word of Mouth. A collection of his lithographs, known as the “Bag One” portfolio, are part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Black Stockings by Sue Howells

Sue Howells was recently named as the UK’s best selling artist in succession to such illustrious names as Jack Vettriano and Beryl Cook . Sue has been active in the market place for several years, and now has a reputation as one of the top selling artists in the UK, providing work for Harrods and John Lewis, as well as for galleries abroad – from the USA to New Zealand. She also provides paintings for TV programs and advertisements. Sue Howells is inspired by artists such as LS Lowry, John and Paul Nash and Auguste Macke

Bob Dylan show premieres in the Borders

A little know gallery in the Borders will host the world premiere of rock icon Bob Dylan‘s first ever set of limited editions . breeze gallery in Peebles will open this unique exhibition this week . Dylan has sold over 110 million albums since he burst on the music scene in the 60s.

The Drawn Blank Series will be unveiled on 14th June for the first time. The Drawn Blank Series will cast a vibrant new light on the creativity of one of the world’s most important and influential cultural figures. More art news

Limited to editions of only 295 worldwide, these stunning graphics are set to take the art world by storm on release and breeze gallery owner Bob Corsie has pulled off something of a coup for his small emerging gallery in the Scottish border town. Based on drawings and sketches made by Dylan while on the road from 1989 to 1992, the watercolour and gouache paintings in The Drawn Blank Series were created during 2007 and visually echo the stylistic hallmarks of Dylan’s prose, poetry and music. More art news

Art lovers head for Edinburgh Art Fair

Visitors to next month’s Edinburgh Art Fair, now in its third year, will find work from around the world being displayed by 70 galleries from across the UK and Europe. Bargain hunters will mingle with art lovers looking r for up and coming artists .People who paid £3 for a print of a work called The Little Seamstress – a collaboration between Demarco and Ian Hamilton Finlay – found that when they sold it 25 years later, it was fetching £1000.

“Limited edition prints can be a good investment,” says Andy Naismith, an organiser of the art fair. “A publishing house might decide to produce a limited number of prints using high quality materials and sell them at a fraction of the price of the original. But when the prints, which are usually hand signed by the artist, are all sold, if an artist becomes collectable, you might find at auction that collectors are prepared to pay thousands.”