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Jack Vettriano canvas prints

Jack Vettriano has published a new set of 6 canvas prints - ther Singing Butler ,Bluebird at Bonneville, the Picnic Party, the Pier, In Thoughts of You and Dance me to the

The Innocents by Jack Vettriano

The Innocents by Jack Vettriano is an early limited edition signed print originally published in 1994 by his first publisher Corrymiller Scott in Newcastle. This limited edition print is very

Game On by Jack Vettriano

Speculation is mounting over the paintings including Game On which might be featured in the Jack Vettriano exhibition which will be opening in Kirkcaldy next year . Vettriano has stated that

New Terry Bradley exhibition

Terry Bradley , much like Jack Vettriano , has had to develop a thick skin himself to deal with the snobs who look down on his unique style and self-taught status.

Selling art online for new artists

New artists can find it difficult to start selling their art for many reasons . There are 2 options which I would recommend for anyone trying to sell their art .First of

Photogold goes mobile

Photogold is going mobile with our new mobile website - www.photogold.mobi . The site is specifically designed for mobile phones . The site features picture galleries of artists including Jack Vettriano with

Irving Penn has died , aged 92

Irving Penn, whose photographs revealed a taste for stark simplicity whether he was shooting celebrity portraits, fashion, still life or remote places of the world, died Wednesday at his Manhattan home. He

The Singing Butler's lady in red on TV

Orla Brady is to appear on Richard & Judy's show on UK TV today at 2pm to be interviewed about the new series of 'Mistresses' on BBC1 but also to talk about

Photogold featured artist – Suzan Wolters

Suzan Wolters .Suzan is a full time artist and has been for the past 25 years. Suzan:”My love for working in clay is one of my most vivid childhood memories, I have

Jack Vettriano refuses to paint Colin Montgomerie for NPG

Jack Vettriano has revealed he turned down the chance to produce a painting for the National Galleries of Scotland – because they asked for a portrait of golfer Colin Montgomerie . He