• Marc Chagall (1887-1985)

    (after) – Amoureux au Bouquet de Fleurs

    Medium: Original lithograph on hand-cut paper (Arches vellum), fixed on passe-partout Prestige edition of SPADEM PARIS on the occasion of the anniversary of the death of Chagall (1985), limited edition of 333 cps. Signed Marc Chagall in the plate bottom right Dry stamp of the publisher proving authenticity Numbered bottom left in pencil Edition: 333 The original dates from 1960, references Mourlot M 345 Plate size: 38.5 x 32 cm Image size: 24 x 18 cm Price on application
  • Sir Terry Frost (1915-2003)

    Is It True

    Medium: Etching and Aquatint on paper Edition: of 75 Signed by the artist Size: 70 x 52cm Framed Price on Application
  • Sir Terry Frost (1915-2003)

    Stacked on the Side

    Medium: Lithograph, on BFK Rives wove paper Year: 1969 Edition: Artists Proof Signed by the artist Size: 63.5 x 90cm Framed Price on Application

     
  • Salvador Dali (1904 – 1989)

    Pilades Loves Hermionne From The Art of Loving Portfolio Medium: Woodcut Engraving Description: Dali's The Art of Love portfolio was created in 1978 to accompany the songs of the same name written by Ovid almost 2000 years earlier. Illustrated with brilliant colour and rich detail, these images portray Ovid's lessons on love, seduction and intrigue. The illustrations also emphasise Dali's sensuality, both in subject matter and style, as well as his customary attention to the feminine, a theme that played a large part in the artist's creative process. This portfolio, made up of etchings, lithographs, and woodcut engravings, is one of Salvador Dali's most rare books. Artist edition Hand signed by the artist Year: 1978 Size: 56cm x 38 cm Framed Price on Application
  • Alberto Giacometti (1901 – 1966)

    Nude with Flowers (Nu aux Fleurs) Medium: Original Lithograph on BFK Rives watermarked paper with full margins Description: Giacometti once remarked: ‘In a fire between a Rembrant and a cat, I would save the cat.’ Luckily for us he didn’t apply the same devil may care attitude to his own legacy and work. These original Alberto Giacometti signed lithographs are lovingly printed and signed by the artists himself. In October 1959 Giacometti met Yvonne Marguerite Poiraudeau, a prostitute in a bar. She called herself Caroline and she was 21 years old whilst the artist was 58. Caroline was particularly adept at using her eyes seductively and soon she began to pose for the artist. Wanting a part of her that no one else could touch, he purchased the bottom of one of her feet as his exclusive terrain. He made a number of portraits of her. Edition: of 90 Signed in pencil by the artist Year: 1960 Size: 37x28 cm (image size)/ 60x55 cm (sheet size) Framed/Unframed: Price on Application
  • Pablo Picasso (1881-1973)

    (after) The Dream

    Medium: Print on handmade paper Description: Colección Domaine Picasso, Signed by hand and numbered in pencil Edition: 500 Size: 34.5 x 28 cm Price on Application
  • Pablo Picasso (1881-1973)

    (after) Jacqueline Roque with Flowers

    Medium: Print Edition: of 500 Signed: Pencil hand signed “Collection Domaine Picasso” Size: 37 x 29cm Certificate of authenticity of Domaine Picasso Price on Application  
  • Pablo Picasso (1881-1973)

    (after) Untitled

    Medium: Lithograph, on Arches paper Edition: of 250 Signed: Signed in the plate, hand numbered in pencil With dry stamp (embossed). SPADEM Paris, 1995 Size: 38 x 28cm Price on Application
  • Pablo Picasso (1881-1973)

    (after) – Dans l’arène II Taureaux et Toréadors

    Medium: Lithograph Edition: of 125 Year: 1961 Publisher: Charles Feld Printed by Fernand Mourlot Price on Application
  • Sir Terry Frost (1915-2003)

    Love Tree

    Medium: Silkscreen print with collaged elements Edition: of 85 Signed: Signed by the artist in pencil Year: 2003 Size: 83 x 102cm Framed Price on Application
  • Sir Terry Frost (1915-2003)

    Lizard Black II

    Medium: Lithograph Details: Lizard Black II signed limited edition silkscreen print by abstract master Sir Terry Frost. The striking contrast between black and bright yellow makes this piece really stand out. Frost combines his favoured motif of circles and semi-circles in a simple abstract collage design. Edition: of 95 Signed: Signed by the artist in pencil Year: 2003 Size: 94 x 94cm Framed Price on Application  
  • Sir Terry Frost (1915-2003)

    Malaga Blue and Orange

    Medium: Screenprint Edition: of 150 Signed: Signed by the artist in pencil Year: 1999 Size: 64.5 x 51cm Framed Price on Application
  • Sir Terry Frost (1915-2003)

    Bloom around Red

    Medium: Unique Monotype print in colours, printed on Bokingford 400 gsm paper, the full sheet, with no margins Description: Exhibitions:  Austen Desmond Gallery: “Terry Frost Monotypes for a 75th Birthday”, Huxham, 1990. Our piece was number 9 in the catalogue Printed by: Hugh Stoneman & Alan Cox at the Print Centre, London Year: 1990 Size: 120 x 120cm Framed Price on Application  
  • Sir Terry Frost (1915-2003)

    Is It True

    Medium: Original Screenprint, on  watermarked wove paper Printed  and Published by:  The Royal College of Art, London Year: 1989 Edition: of 25 Signed: Signed by the artist in pencil Size: 57 x 40cm Framed Price on Application  
  • Sir Terry Frost (1915-2003)

    Blue Brad

    Medium: Screenprint and Collage Details: For this piece, Frost contrasted sketchy, crayon-like marks with solid, block-colour collage elements. Blue Brad is a dramatic combination of blue hues against a white background and was one of his last designs. Edition: of 125 Signed: Signed by the artist in pencil Year: 2003 Size: 116 x 64cm Framed in white £2195
  • Sir Terry Frost (1915-2003)

    Red, Blue, Orange on Yellow

    Medium: Original Lithograph,  in  colours, on  Arches (watermarked) wove paper Details: Printed by Emil Mattieu Atelier, Zurich. Published by Leslie Waddington Prints, London Edition: of 75 Signed: Signed by the artist in pencil Year: 1969 Size: 76 x 56cm Framed Price on Application
  • Sir Terry Frost (1915-2003)

    Blue and Lemon

    Medium: Original Silkscreen Print 13 colours Year: 2001 Edition: of 150 Signed by the artist Size: 67 x 40cm Framed Price on Application  
  • Sir Terry Frost (1915-2003)

    Orange and Blue Q Newlyn

    Medium: Screenprint in colours Year: 1997 Edition: of 150 Signed by the artist Size: 53 x 50cm Framed Price on Application  
  • Sir Terry Frost (1915-2003)

    Blue Green Verticals

    Medium: Silkscreen Edition: of 150 Signed: Signed by the artist in pencil Year: 2001 Size: 64 x 45cm Framed Price on Application  
  • Sir Terry Frost (1915-2003)

    Swing Red Newlyn

    Medium: Screenprint Edition: of 150 Signed: Signed by the artist in pencil Year: 1998 Size: 64 x 64cm Framed Price on Application

  • Fernand Léger (1881 – 1955)

    Child with Accordion (L’Enfant a L’ Accordeon) Medium: Original aquatint with colour screen print on watermarked BFK Rives paper Description: This work exhibits a tender moment captured between parent and child. The child dances in the foreground, playing an accordion, while his mother lounges behind him, gazing on with pride and adoration. The artist uses his signature style of bold, black outlines to convey his subjects and then slashes thick blocks of bright, vibrant colours, in this case, red, yellow, and green, over them. Léger over exaggerates the difference in size between parent and child; the mother appears as a giant, larger than life, while the child appears somewhat minute. This contrast is particularly noticeable where the child places his tiny food atop his mother’s large hand to the lower right, for his foot in its entirety equates the size of two of his mother’s fingers. The child appears wise beyond his years with a mature face and an advanced sense of coordination as he plays his musical instrument, yet his body appears as that of an extremely young child. Edition: of 75 Signed by the artist in ballpoint pen below right Year: 1953 Size: 55.6 x 70.7 cm (image size) or 47.1 x 56.5mm (plate size) Framed Price on Application
  • John Piper (1903 – 1992)

    Temple of Diana Medium: Etching Edition: of 100 Year: 1988 Size: 40.5 x 59.5 cm Signed by the artist Price on Application
  • Marc Chagall (1887 – 1985)

    Window For Jerusalem

    Medium: Lithograph Description: From a set of Chagall posters in colours printed in lithography on sheets of cream coloured wove by Tempo Graphics in 1966, depicting a stained-glass window of the Synagogue of the Medical Centre of the Hadassah Hebrew University in Jerusalem (Israel). Edition: of 2000 Year: 1966 Size: 14″ x 10″ (Image size) or 17.5″ x 13.5″ (Mounted size) Framed
  • Marc Chagall (1887 – 1985)

    Frontispiece

    Medium: Lithograph Description: ‘If I create from the heart, nearly everything works; if I create from the head almost nothing.’ So said the artist himself. These Marc Chagall lithographs, hand printed based on his kaleidoscopic designs in 1977, are a riot of colour and an affair of the heart. Year: 1977 Size: 24 x 32 cm Framed