Sir Peter Thomas Blake

Sir Peter Thomas Blake (born 25 June 1932) is an English pop artist, best known for co-creating the sleeve design for the Beatles’ album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and for two of the Who’s albums. His other best known works include the cover of the Band Aid single “Do They Know It’s Christmas?”, and the Live Aid concert poster. Blake also designed the 2012 Brit Award statuette.One of the best known British pop artists, Blake is considered to be a prominent figure in the pop art movement. Central to his paintings are his interest in images from popular culture which have infused his collages. In 2002 he was knighted at Buckingham Palace for his services to art.

  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    100 Sources of Pop

    Medium: Silkscreen print with diamond dust and glazes Signed: Signed by the artist Edition: of 175 Year: 2014 Framed Price on Application Sir Peter Blake’s iconic Sources of Pop Art series culminates with the definitive 100 Sources of Pop Art. Blake has developed this most sought-after of his series since 2000 creating Sources of Pop Art I-VII to great acclaim. 100 Sources of Pop Art features a collection of images that together represent the visual sources that have inspired Blake and formed the basis for much of his pop art prints throughout his career. Featuring favourite images that have been included in earlier works in the series such as vintage photographs of Hollywood stars, musicians and pin-ups like James Dean, Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe, as well as images that are new to the series including The Beatles, vintage postcards and advertisements, comic strips and works by great masters such as Leonardo Da Vinci. The grid pattern is peppered with the bold and bright geometric patterns that recur thoughout Blake’s oeuvre. 100 Sources of Pop Art is effectively a pin board of the imagery that Blake has loved and been influenced by; in this one artwork one can trace the foundations of Blake’s artistic vision.
  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    3D USA - James Dean

    Medium: Silkscreen print with glitter, embossing, glazes and 3D printed collaged elements Signed: Signed by the artist Edition: of 5 Year: 2019 Framed Price on Application  
  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    A Rose, is a Rose, is a Rose

    Medium: Silkscreen Signed: Signed by the artist Edition: of 100 Year: 2017 Framed Price on Application You will receive all three prints in a archival box. Consisting of three stunning silkscreen prints with glazes, each print takes on the subject of a rose in a different direction exerting Blake's signatures watercolour, collage and pop art styles. All three prints are beautifully presented together in a rich petrol blue archival box with title page and colophon.
  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    Bentley by Blake

    Medium: Print with Silkscreen glazes Signed: Signed by the artist Edition: of 150 Framed Price on Application

  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    Bobbie Rainbow

    Medium: Lithograph on Tin Signed: Signed by the artist Edition: Limited Edition Year: 2001 Framed Price on Application

  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    Dazzle

    Medium: Silkscreen with high gloss varnish Signed: Signed by the artist Edition: of 150 Description: The work relates to his 2015 commission, Everybody Razzle Dazzle, for which he transformed the Mersey Ferry Snowdrop into a moving artwork. The symbols used in the limited edition print are ones that regularly appear in Blake’s art: a star, a target and a rainbow. These are prevalent in many of his early works, such as Love Wall, 1961. He has recently reclaimed them as ‘Peter Blake Pop Art Incorporated’, bringing them back into his practice and showcasing them to new audiences. The symbols are reflective of the artist’s signature style in colour, monochrome and shape. Framed Price on Application

  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    Eiffel Tower 2015 (large)

    Medium: 3D Lenticular Signed: Signed by the artist Edition: of 10 Year: 2015 Framed Price on Application Once again proving his interest in the latest techniques and advances in printing technology, Peter Blake has worked with Martin Richardson (artist, imaging pioneer and Professor of Modern Holography) to create a moving 3D image of one his most loved creations Eiffel Tower. The larger scale of the piece allows the butterflies to be seen in greater detail and depth; their jewel-like colours and range of motion giving one the sense of being immersed in the scene.
  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    H is for Heart

    Medium: Screenprint Signed: Signed by the artist Edition: of 95 Framed Price on Application

  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    Heart

    Medium: Silkscreen Signed: Signed by the artist Edition: of 75 Year: 2019 Framed Price on Application

  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    I Love You

    Medium: Photographic Print Signed: Signed by the artist Edition: Limited Edition Framed Price on Application

  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    Marilyn Blue Door

    Medium: Lithograph Signed: Signed by the artist in pencil Year: 2008 Framed Price on Application

  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    Parade

    Medium: Silkscreen Signed: Signed by the artist Edition: of 175 Year: 2007 Framed Price on Application Parade was created specially by Blake for the V&A Museum of Childhood's re-opening. The Museum had closed for a year to undertake a Heritage Lottery Fund-supported re-development of the building, which created a new entrance, learning centre and permanent displays. All the toys featured are from the Museum of Childhood, they range from the modern to the very old: Buzz Lightyear, La La The Teletubbie, Care Bear, Peg Dolls and an old Victorian Butchers Shop.
  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    Reclaimed Icons: Tretchikoff

    Medium: Silkscreen with glitter Signed: Signed by the artist Edition: of 50 Year: 2019 The Reclaimed Icons are a series of silkscreen prints with glitters depicting historically iconic images, once seen in large volumes on a daily basis, reworked and revitalised into striking works of art. Using vibrant inks and metallic glitters, Blake has injected a burst of energy and life into the designs, re-awakening their relevance. The Reclaimed Icons are a work in progress with more editions to follow. Framed Price on Application

  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    Some of the Sources of Pop VII

    Medium: Silkscreen Signed: Signed by the artist Edition: of 175 Year: 2009 Framed Price on Application

  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    Studio Tack Board 2

    Medium: Lithograph Edition: of 350 Signed: Signed by the artist in pencil Year: 2001 Framed Price on Application

  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    The Afternoon Buzzes

    Medium: Digital Print Signed: Signed by the artist Edition: of 10 Year: 2013 Framed Price on Application Internationally acclaimed for its eccentricity and widely admired for its lovelorn lyricism, Dylan Thomas’s groundbreaking 1954 ‘play for voices’, Under Milk Wood, has long echoed in the imagination of the founding father of British Pop Art, Peter Blake. An obsession that has spanned almost thirty years, this ‘greenleaved sermon on the innocence of men’ has consequently filled the spaces of Blake’s studio. It has also played and replayed on broadcast recordings, and prompted several pilgrimages to Thomas’s creative refuge at Laugharne, Carmarthenshire.
  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    The Sailor's Arms

    Medium: Digital Print Signed: Signed by the artist Edition: of 100 Year: 2013 Framed Price on Application The Sailor's Arms is a signed original print by Peter Blake created in an edition of 100 prints to accompany the De Luxe Edition of the book Under Milk Wood by Dylan Thomas, published by Enitharmon Editions, while The Afternoon Buzzes and Mrs Organ Morgan's General Shopwere produced to accompany The Fine Binding Edition.
  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    The Second Real Target

    Medium: Silkscreen Signed: Signed by the artist Edition: of 100 Year: 2009 Framed Price on Application The Second Real Target 25 Years Later signed limited edition silkscreen print by pop art legend Sir Peter Blake. For Blake revisiting earlier works is an opportunity tie up loose ends, see connections finding sources of inspiration for new departures.
  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    Union Flag (Greyscale)

    Medium: Silkscreen with diamond dust Signed: Signed by the artist Edition: of 75 Framed Price on Application

  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    Union Flag (Large)

    Medium: Silkscreen with glitter Signed: Signed by the artist Edition: of 75 Year: 2016 Framed Price on Application

  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    Vichy - A Convention of Comic Book Characters

    Medium: Canvas Signed: Signed by the artist in black pen Edition: of 10 Year: 2011 Size: 140 x 143cm Vichy- A Convention of Comic Book Characters signed limited edition digital print by British pop art legend Sir Peter Blake. From a very small edition of 10 canvases. From his series the Vichy Trio, which also includes Vichy- Horseshow and Vichy- The Butterfly Man. Framed Price on Application

  • Sir Peter Blake (1932-Present)

    Vintage Blake

    Medium: Silkscreen print with glazes Signed: Signed by the artist Edition: of 250 Year: 2012 Framed Price on Application Peter Blake celebrated his 80th birthday in 2012, the year was peppered with projects and events to celebrate the occasion. In Spring Blake unveiled a variation of his magic crowd compsosition: Vintage Blake: Peter Blake’s 80th Family Friends and Icons that was created especially for the celebrations around his birthday. The work  features a magic crowd full of the key figures from the artist’s career and personal life, including David Hockney, Damien Hirst, David Bowie, Gary Oldman, Eric Clapton, Ian Dury and many more.