Dancer in Emerald poster £14

Dancer in Emerald poster , Jack Vettriano

dancer in emerald poster

Dancer In Emerald poster  by Jack Vettriano ,  price £14 , free UK delivery .

  • Dancer in Emerald is a licensed reproduction
  • printed on Premium Heavy Stock Paper
  • paper size is 43 x 50 cm
  • perfect for hanging or framing
  • ideal addition to your home or office

Printed on 275gsm white silk paper

 This print is produced in the UK to the very highest standards under the direct supervision of Jack Vettriano’s publishing company  , assuring its quality.

Image Copyright: Jack Vettriano.

      All prints are carefully packed and sent out in heavy duty tubes to ensure their safe delivery.

Dance Me to the End of Love poster

Dance Me to the End of Love posters

Dance Me to the End of Love posters

Dance Me to the End of Love

Poster Size: 68 x 72 cms / 33 x 34 ins

Dance Me to the End of Love is one of Vettriano’s most iconic and romantic images . Order online or by phone on 07723-538941

It is one of five images by Jack Vettriano, published for the first time as a signed, limited edition giclee print to commemorate the Jack Vettriano Retrospective exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum in Glasgow.

Dance Me to the End of Love is also available in a larger format edition of just 250 prints.

The five editions in The Classic Collection can also be ordered as part of a specially priced set of five, with matching edition numbers.

The Nationalist by Jack Vettriano

the Nationalist , Vettriano Limited Edition print

The Nationalist is a new signed Limited Edition print by Jack Vettriano .

This will be limited to only 100 high quality giclee prints plus 10 Artist’s Proofs

Due to be released on Friday 11th September.

All copies will come complete with a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist himself.

The image is 14″ x 11.5″ in size.

The retail price for one of these will be £270.00 with free Uk delivery .

The Nationalist  was painted in 1994 and was recently rediscovered whilst archiving Vettriano’s work. Jack thought it deserved to be seen as it has never been publicly exhibited.