The London Original Print Fair is London’s longest running art fair and will be held at the Royal Academy of Arts from 5th – 8th May 2016.
We have just framed some rather special prints by Eric Ravilious, Paul Nash and F.L.Griggs which will be on display at Stand 33, Jennings Fine Art.
They have all been framed to conservation standard, read the full spec and some info about the artwork below.
Paul Nash – Snow Scene
The print has been laid onto solid wheat Artcare conservation board and framed in A12 oak with a charcoal stain and wax and True Vue Museum glass.
Wood engraving, 1919. Printed on Japanese paper. Block destroyed.
Signed and dated by the artist in pencil.
A special proof with the sky and other areas wiped to print in a soft grey. Two similar proofs are known, in the collections of the Ashmolean Museum and the British Museum.
One of three recorded proofs in this state and the only recorded impression outside of a public collection.
F. L. Griggs – Lanterns of Sarras
We have window mounted the artwork and framed in A33 oak with a charcoal stain and wax and True Vue Museum glass.
Etching, 1932. Signed by the artist in pencil.
One of twenty-five impressions in the third state of four.
The artist’s diploma plate for the Royal Academy.
Eric Ravilious – Submarine lithograph
This artwork has been laid onto solid wheat Artcare conservation board and framed in A12 oak with a charcoal stain and wax and True Vue Museum glass.