• 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  
  • The Connor Brothers

    A Load of Fuss (Green) Medium: Hand Finished Print Year: 2019 Edition: Original, hand finished print. Commissioned for Dantzig Gallery Signed by the artist Framed Price on Application
  • The Connor Brothers

    A Load of Fuss (Grey) Medium: Hand Finished Print Year: 2019 Edition: Original, hand finished print. Commissioned for Dantzig Gallery Signed by the artist Framed Price on Application
  • The Connor Brothers

    A Load of Fuss (Red) Medium: Hand Finished Print Year: 2019 Edition: Original, hand finished print. Commissioned for Dantzig Gallery Signed by the artist 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.
  • 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
  • Alexander Calder (1898 – 1976)

    Balloons

    Medium: Original lithograph on Vélin de Rives paper Description: Published by Maeght/DLM, Paris and printed by Mourlot, Paris. Year: 1966 Size: 45 x 55cm Framed Price on Application
  • Salvador Dali (1904 – 1989)

    Bataille Autour d’un Pissenlit Medium: Jacquard Woven Tapestry Description: Made during the artist’s lifetime, after the eponymous 1947 oil painting (Battle of the Dandelion). This tapestry is published by Tapisseries du Lion with a Certificate of Authenticity issued by Tapisseries du Lion attached on verso. This piece is numbered from the edition of 600 on this certificate on the verso with the woven signature 'Salvador Dali' in black on the front in the lower left. Edition: An edition of 600 Signed in the tapestry at the bottom left Size: 105 x 135 cm Price on Application
  • 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

  • Patrick Caulfield (1936-Present)

    Black and White Cafe

    Medium: Original Screenprint Edition: of 75 Year: 1973 Signed by the artist 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)

    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)

    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  
  • Damien Hirst (Born 1965)

    Blue Butterfly (small) Medium: Photogravure in colours, 2008, on Wove paper, signed and dedicated “For Jack” in pencil (with a drawing of a heart), with red ink stamp “Happy Christmas 2008”, with wide margins Year: 2008 Size: 24.5 x 29.8cm Edition: A proof outside the edition of 75 Note: This was part of a series of Butterfly works made by the artist Provenance: Darbyshire White Lion, London - Their label verso Mounted and 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)

    Blue Love Tree

    Medium: Silkscreen with Collage Edition: of 85 Signed: Signed by the artist in pencil Year: 2003 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

  • 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
  • Salvador Dali (1904 – 1989)

    Colossus of Rhodes Medium: Lithograph Description: Colossus of Rhodes is one of a series of seven paintings he created for the 1956 movie Seven Wonders of the World, each depicting one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and shows the Colossus of Rhodes, the ancient statue of the Greek titan-god of the sun, Helios. Edition: From an edition of 225 Signed by the artist in pencil Size: 75cm x 55 cm Price on Application
  • Salvador Dali (1904 – 1989)

    Combat de Cavaliers Medium: Colour Etching and Aquatint Description: Larger etchings (of which this is one) were issued in a portfolio entitled "Caldron: La vie est un song" which consisted of 12 works and was published in 1971.  Published by: Editeuropa, Monaco. From La vida es sueño. Michler/Löpsinger 516; Field 73-1 J Edition: Artist’s proof, aside from the edition of 250 Signed and inscribed EA in pencil Size: 33 x 52 cm Price on Application
  • Alexander Calder (1898 – 1976)

    Crags et Critters II

    Medium: Original lithograph on Vélin de Rives paper Description: Published by Maeght/DLM, Paris and printed by Mourlot, Paris. With centrefold and printed reverse as published. Year: 1966 Size: 53.5 x 70.5cm Framed Price on Application
  • Alexander Calder (1898 – 1976)

    Criminel au Milieu No. 1

    Medium: Original lithograph on Vélin de Rives paper Description: Published by Maeght/DLM, Paris and printed by Mourlot, Paris. With centrefold and printed reverse as published. Year: 1966 Size: 55 x 73cm Framed Price on Application
  • Alexander Calder (1898 – 1976)

    Criminel au Milieu No. 2

    Medium: Original lithograph on Vélin de Rives paper Description: Published by Maeght/DLM, Paris and printed by Mourlot, Paris. With centrefold and printed reverse as published. Year: 1966 Size: 72 x 24cm Framed Price on Application