In 2004 Jack Vettriano’s painting of The Singing Butler set a record price for a Scottish painting. It sold for £744,500. Samuel Peploe’s Still Life with Coffee Pot might beat this record at auction in May. Auctioneer Christie’s have put an estimate of £1.2 million on the work.
Portrait in Black and Pearl is a Jack Vettriano Limited Edition Giclee Print , 14 x 12 ins . Framed size: 29.0 x 25.0 ins.
Published in 2010 . Paper: 350 gsm Museum Etching paper paper . Edition Size: 250 + 25 Artist’s Proofs . Signed and numbered by the artist.
Jack Vettriano Limited Edition Giclee Print
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 online ordering
Sotheby’s is previewing its next Scottish art sale in Edinburgh in mid-September, before a London auction later in the month. For this it has managed to gather an impressive array of Scottish Colourists, including 10 works by t painter Jack Vettriano
The Baron Entertains by Beryl Cook. 2000 Artist: Beryl Cook . Silkscreen of a black tie evening where there are men sat around a table with a man wearing a monocle. There are a couple stood behind the table talking to the baron the woman is wearing a silver d5ress and has grey hair her…
Shall We Dance? Signed limited edition by Beryl Cook . Mounted Print Size: 20 x 14 inches . The original print run is sold out . Please phone 01324 883305 for availability on secondary market .
“Trespass Alliance: Inside Urban Art” is a new exhibition at the Andipa Gallery featuring works from renowned artists including: D*Face, a London-based multimedia street artist famed for putting defaced 10 pound notes into circulation and creating a 9ft tall ice sculpture of a spray-can in the Arctic Circle. Also there is Swoon, a New York-based…
Beryl Cook artwork – Shoe Shop is one of her last limited editions published . The BBC’s Culture Show mentioned an interview they did with Beryl Cook last year
Another day , another interview. Vettriano has once again expressed his opinions on a range of issues including his favourite subject – sex . He says “I paint what moves me â€“ sexiness” He also admits to making mistakes with licensing his images and wants to stick to selling prints and posters rather than umbrellas.He…