Screenprints, Modern Prints + Odds .


Steve Kemp Spray Art.
This is an entire folio from the artist in Provenance from a Chelsea art establishment stores . All mint never framed, all hand signed etc  all the same price with a reduction of postage for more than one. Steve Kemp is a Dublin based stencil artist ;- by creating multiple layers of depth from light through to shadow. He attacks the formal representations of his selected images by re-introducing detail in certain areas and pulling out and accentuating shapes, where the order of dark to light is not always regarded. KEMP's unusual colour choices move away from the type of palette often used by other artists of a similar visual nature, generating vibrancy while still using a predominantly muted palette. http://kemp.ie/


Lines No 1 Original Hand signed spray art by Steve Kemp 1987





Dark Light Original Hand signed spray art by Steve Kemp 1987 £50 inc delivery





Sphere Original Hand signed spray art by Steve Kemp 1987 £50 inc delivery





'Blue/ Green' Original Hand signed spray art by Steve Kemp 1987 £50 inc delivery





Lines No 2 Original Hand signed spray art by Steve Kemp 1987 £50 inc delivery





'Through' Original Hand signed spray art by Steve Kemp 1987 £50 inc delivery




'Andromeda' Original Hand signed spray art by Steve Kemp 1987 £50 inc delivery




Dark Line' Original Hand signed spray art by Steve Kemp 1987 £50 inc delivery





'Ardua' Original Hand signed spray art by Steve Kemp 1987 £50 inc delivery




'Trisquare' Original Hand signed spray art by Steve Kemp 1987 £50 inc delivery

 




"Windows'  Original Hand signed spray art by Steve Kemp 1987 £50 inc delivery


 




'Verde' Original Hand signed spray art by Steve Kemp 1987 £50 inc delivery




'Confused'  Original Hand signed spray art by Steve Kemp 1987 £50 inc delivery







'Green Flame' Original Hand signed spray art by Steve Kemp 1987 £50 inc delivery






Dark Light Original Hand signed spray art by Steve Kemp 1987 £50 inc delivery





untitled  Original Hand unsigned spray art by Steve Kemp 1987 £30 inc delivery





John Piper (1903-1992)

hand signed mounted lithograph  print of a Welsh Dragon  from Piper £130 inc delivery As there are a quantity I split a few copies as requested I also have one framed to see how it looked !




Joseph Herman (1911-2000) Prince of Wales Investiture Poster / July 1, 1969

hand signed mounted lithograph  print of Welsh Miners  from Herman £130 inc delivery As there are a quantity I split a few copies as requested


Pair of hand signed mounted lithograph  prints from Herman and Piper  inc delivery £265


Prince of Wales Investiture Poster / July 1, 1969

Privately published and sold by the Fulham Gallery by Tom Adams , which not only gave first exhibitions of some now famous artists, but was for several years the center of the late '60's phenomenon - the poetry print. This was produced by and signed by Cecil Day-Lewis (the Poet Laureate) and artist Joseph Herman (1911-2000) and John Piper (1903-1992) . The Colour off-set lithograph, on hand made wove paper , signed by the poet, Cecil Day Lewis and both artists in black pen and numbered from a total production of 150 . Size 48.3 x 73.7cm plus borders. Hermann specialised in Welsh Miners and was a logical choice but as the 'Investiture' was foisted onto the Welsh it did not sell in Wales . . .. people of the valleys were not really in the market for (when new) overpriced London posters.. .This is from a part of the original 150 all mint condition from long term storage with a very minimal ripple from being stored upright that will remove when framed . So listed here in case any locals want one before the 'John Piper' investment brigade find them. . . ie will add to posters page later.  £265 inc delivery Pair mounted OR complete poster state requirements


Têtes et Figures emmêlées  Plate 18 from La Suite Vollard

Têtes et Figures emmêlées, 30.1.1934 (Heads and figures mixed up) is one of 100 images from the  Vollard Suite.  Picasso created the etching plate that was used to print this etching on January 30, 1934.   Created in 1934, this original etching is from the edition of 300. This piece is  signed by Pablo Picasso (Malaga, 1881 - Mougins, 1973) in pencil in the lower right margin. The original Vollard copy was  printed on Montval paper with the Vollard watermark by printer Atelier Lacourière, Paris and published by Ambroise Vollard. THIS IS NOT the Vollard suite edition on watermarked paper as it vame  with the item below ( same frame but damaged frame) supect it is an edition  from  Chroniques du Jour or Verve and is priced as such £85 inc delivery



Le Chapeau a L'Echarpe Verte Lithograph by Henri Matisse 1935

From the print collector’s perspective, Matisse was busy in Paris during the middle decades of the 20th Century, working closely with Master Printer Fernand Mourlot, as well as publishers Tériade (founder of Verve) and Gualtieri di San Lazzaro (founder of the journal XXe Siecle—Chroniques du Jour). Matisse pioneered several printmaking techniques, including linoleum engraving (linocut) and, perhaps most distinctively, découpage (paper cut-outs). The description to the back of the frame reads " planche  # 6 - Le Chapeau a L'Echarpe Verte, 1906 H.Matisse. Edirtions  des Chroniques du Jour , Paris 1935,. Printed by Frazier Soze under supervision of M.G.Di San Lazzaro " In a silvered frame unopened .Image Size: 5 3/4 x 7 3/4 inches
XXe Siecle (Chroniques du Jour) was a deluxe art revue that was the source of many outstanding prints. It was published by Gualtieri di San Lazzaro from 1938-1939, and again from 1951 until 1978 (known as the Nouvelle Serie). Many important artists contributed original prints, including Miro, Picasso, Chagall, Braque, Villon, Matta, Indiana, Rosenquist, Lam, Dali, Zao Wou-ki, Matisse, Delaunay, Ernst, Poliakoff, Soulages, Leger, Moore, Kandinsky, Agam, Arp, Calder, Magnelli, Baj, Marini and Vasarely. £85 inc delivery


Escapologism, 1987  Screenprint by Patrick Hughes
Patrick Hughes born 1939 In the 1970s and 80s Patrick Hughes was inspired by rainbows and moons, 'A rainbow is a transitory event composed of water, air and light. I tried to give it a mass, permanence and personality.' Hughes rainbows are the reverse of the romantic: hard-edged, leaning against walls, emerging from dustbins, posted through letter-boxes.  signed limited edition silkscreen print by British contemporary artist Patrick Hughes.  Published in 1987 and now very rare. Image 22.05 x 16.54 in Edition Size: 3/30  Framed glazed





Heaven Should Wait by Jean Sariano, Algerian/American (1943 - )

Born May 30th, 1943 in Oran, Algeria. Jean Sariano attended the School of Beaux-Arts of Oran the School of Beaux-Arts of Clermont-Ferrand, the School of Beaux-Arts in Paris, Pratt Graphic Center, New York, and finished his studies at the Printmaking Workshop, in New York in 1970. Pop artist/Printmaker . Produced  1979  Aquatint  with Etching, signed and numbered in pencil also with a 3D / Embossed surface effect  From an edition: 300  Paper Size: 18 x 31 inches Mounte/matted to keep clean as on hand made paper and vulnerable £195 inc delivery x 4
 

"By Blue Law ' by Jean Sariano, Algerian/American (1943 - )

Born May 30th, 1943 in Oran, Algeria. Jean Sariano attended the School of Beaux-Arts of Oran the School of Beaux-Arts of Clermont-Ferrand, the School of Beaux-Arts in Paris, Pratt Graphic Center, New York, and finished his studies at the Printmaking Workshop, in New York in 1970. Pop artist/Printmaker . Produced  1979  Aquatint  with Etching, signed and numbered in pencil also with a 3D / Embossed surface effect  From an edition: 300  Paper Size: 18 x 18 inches Mounte/matted to keep clean as on hand made paper and vulnerable     £185 inc delivery


Ann D'Arcy Hughes / screenprint /etching/multimedia £45 inc
Ann trained at the Lanchester College of Art, Coventry, the Stockholm School of Art, and Brighton College of Art. She was assistant to Anthony Gross at the Slade School for four years, and gained a travelling scholarship to work with S. William Hayter at Atelier 17 in Paris. Since 1971 she has lectured in printmaking at the University of Brighton, and in 2000 founded the Brighton Independent Printmaking workshop.


The Captive and the Treasure
Diane Williams  (american ) Signed numbered screenprint  c 1969 51/140 £85 inc sorry pics done through cellophane


Tribute to Alexander.
Paper Size: 26 x 19.5 inches Diane Williams  (american ) Signed numbered screenprint  c 1969 51/140 £85 inc


Dinner for Charcot
Diane Williams  (american ) Signed numbered screenprint  c 1969 51/140 £85 inc






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