The London Original Print Fair 2014, 24th– 27th April

The London Original Print Fair 2014, Main Galleries, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 24th– 27th April

Francis Bacon Three Studies for a Self Portrait, 1983 Lithograph on Arches paper, 1990 94.5 X 52cm Signed and numbered from the edition of 60. Published by Michel Archimbaud for the Librairie Séguier, Paris and printed by Art Estampe, Paris Courtesy: Winwood Gallery

Francis Bacon
Three Studies for a Self Portrait, 1983
Lithograph on Arches paper, 1990
94.5 X 52cm
Signed and numbered from the
edition of 60.
Published by Michel Archimbaud for the
Librairie Séguier, Paris and printed by Art
Estampe, Paris
Courtesy: Winwood Gallery

This is an exciting annual event that brings fifty or so international print dealers together. There is a wide-ranging selection of prints from all periods, including newly published works.

 

Adriaen Collaert, c.1560-1618 Lobster, sole, crabs and hermit crabs against a coastal background Engraving from the series Piscium Vivae Icones, 24 plates, FIRST edition, 1598 Courtesy: Christopher Mendez

Adriaen Collaert, c.1560-1618
Lobster, sole, crabs and hermit crabs
against a coastal background
Engraving from the series Piscium Vivae
Icones, 24 plates, FIRST edition, 1598
Courtesy: Christopher Mendez

Bacon, Matisse, Picasso, Peter Doig and Ellsworth Kelly number among the many artists whose works are on view. World War One is commemorated in works by Paul Nash, C R W Nevinson and Claude Shepperson.

 

Paul Nash, 1889-1946 Void 1918 Lithograph, signed and dated in pencil Paul Nash 1919, lower right, and inscribed Void, lower left, printed in black ink on warm grey Ingres paper. 7 x 9 inches (18 x 22.9 cm) sheet 18 1/2 x 24 inches (47.3 x 61 cm) Courtesy: The Fine Art Society

Paul Nash, 1889-1946
Void 1918
Lithograph, signed and dated in pencil
Paul Nash 1919, lower right, and inscribed
Void, lower left, printed in black ink on
warm grey Ingres paper.
7 x 9 inches (18 x 22.9 cm) sheet 18 1/2
x 24 inches (47.3 x 61 cm)
Courtesy: The Fine Art Society

One of the features of this event is the series of talks by printmakers and artists and details of these can be accessed at http://www.londonprintfair.com/events

 

 

Ellsworth Kelly White Curve, 1997 lithograph on Rives BFK paper edition of 75, this edition AP IX Provenance: from the collection of Ellsworth Kelly 42.2 x 41.9 cm (paper size) 50.5 x 50 cm (framed size) © Ellsworth Kelly Courtesy: Ingleby Gallery

Ellsworth Kelly
White Curve, 1997
lithograph on Rives BFK paper
edition of 75, this edition AP IX
Provenance: from the collection of
Ellsworth Kelly
42.2 x 41.9 cm (paper size)
50.5 x 50 cm (framed size)
© Ellsworth Kelly
Courtesy: Ingleby Gallery

Lucian Freud,  Pluto aged Twelve, 2000,  etching,  plate size: 43.5 x 59.7 cm Courtesy of Marlborough Fine Art

Lucian Freud,
Pluto aged Twelve, 2000,
etching,
plate size: 43.5 x 59.7 cm
Courtesy of Marlborough Fine Art

 

 

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