John Piper  .

John PIPER (1903-1992) Limited edition print in colours ‘Llangloffan’

NOT the washed out 1980's prints sold at vast prices for a restrike ! Limited edition print in colours‘Llangloffan’ Inscribed Circa 1971Original painting was 1971  print issued late the same year Signed in pencil 15.5” x 22.5” (39.4cm x 57.1cm) Framed glazed wondrous colours £1250 delivered Uk only due to size Fine Art Trade Guild blind stamp all shown in pics Rare to get one not faded and still bright and this was a much smaller edition


John Piper - Welsh Dragon
 Just the Dradon  mounted signed ie half a poster inc delivery £135

Joseph Herman  Miners
 Just the Miners mounted signed ie half a poster inc delivery £135

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 hand 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 . ( Sorry for the shop logo but get bored when two shops put them on their site at higher prices .. then buy them from me) £265 inc delivery one available in store framed@ £270 collected They could be divided into the two prints if wished and are still the cheapest signed Pipers or Hermans for miles !

1956 John Piper  Oxford Almanack

The Oxford Almanack, has been published by Oxford University Press since 1674. The Almanack, is one of a series of broadsides commissioned from the Oxford University Press who originally held the national monopoly on publishing almanacs. The engravings are a sequence done by brilliant engravers such as, Basire, Vertue and the Rookers and James Basire,to more recently Michael Burghers who used imagery ranging from the emblematic to the topographic.J.M.W.Turner's first employment was drawing the pictures for engraving Large folio (52 x 39cm)..
Lithograph printed in blue, pink and black, on Mellotex, from an edition of 2000, with full margins, in good condition has been rolled in store and sent out rolled     £225
check . . . . ouch ! and torn edges better pics to come

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