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Jack Vettriano prints

Lunchtime Lovers Framed print

Jack Vettriano is a Scottish painter whose work is widely recognized for its style and subject matter, often depicting romantic and nostalgic scenes that evoke emotion and a sense of storytelling. Here are some reasons why limited edition prints by Jack Vettriano may be appealing to the buying public in the UK at Christmas:

  1. Nostalgic and Emotional Appeal: Vettriano’s paintings often feature scenes of romance, elegance, and a bygone era, which can evoke feelings of nostalgia, particularly during the festive season.
  2. Exclusivity: Limited edition prints offer a sense of exclusivity and uniqueness, which can be an attractive factor for buyers looking for special Christmas gifts. Lunchtime Lovers is a rare and popular print with Vettriano fans . Photogold has one framed print of Lunchtime Lovers for sale at the moment .
  3. Investment Value: Art buyers often consider the potential investment value of limited edition prints. Vettriano’s popularity means his works can retain or increase in value over time.
  4. Decorative Quality: Vettriano’s prints have a strong decorative appeal, making them ideal for gifting and displaying in homes, aligning with the desire to beautify living spaces during the holiday season.
  5. Cultural Connection: As a Scottish artist, Vettriano has a particular resonance with buyers in the UK who may feel a cultural connection to his work.
  6. Popularity of the Artist: Vettriano has a strong following in the UK. His best-known painting, “The Singing Butler”, has contributed to his widespread recognition and popularity.
  7. Seasonal Promotion: Christmas is a time when many people are looking for special and meaningful gifts. Art dealers and galleries often promote limited edition prints during this time, increasing their visibility to potential buyers.
  8. Emotional Gifting: Art can be a deeply personal gift, and giving a Vettriano print at Christmas can be seen as a thoughtful and heartfelt gesture.
  9. Celebrity Endorsement: Vettriano’s work has been collected by celebrities and has appeared in popular media, which can increase its appeal to the general public.

The appeal of Vettriano’s limited edition prints lies in the combination of emotional resonance, the allure of exclusivity, and the festive atmosphere of the Christmas season, where the spirit of giving and the search for unique gifts are at their peak.

Best selling artist Jack Vettriano of Lunchtime Lovers fame at Photogold

Kelpies canvas prints for sale – original images of the Kelpies.

Jack Vettriano was born in St Andrews , Fife, Scotland in 1951 and grew up in the mining town of Methil . He was raised in poverty – he lived with his mother, father and older brother in a spartan miner’s house, sharing a bed with his brother and wearing hand-me-down clothes. From the age of 10, his father sent him out doing any job that would earn money. His father took half his earnings. After leaving school at 15, he followed his father down the mine, working as an apprentice engineer. Vettriano took up painting as a hobby in the 1970s when a girlfriend bought him a set of watercolours for his birthday and from then on, he spent much of his spare time teaching himself to paint.

In 1984, Vettriano first submitted his work to an art exhibition in the museum . Jack Nicholson, Sir Alex Ferguson , Sir Terence Conran and Sir Tim Rice are amongst his fans .

Photogold was the first online art gallery in the UK and it is older than Google ! It was initially designed by photographer David Rankin  to market primarily prints of Scotland , including landscape prints featuring our eco canvas prints . We have a comprehensive range of signed limited edition prints by Scottish artist Jack Vettriano including Lunchtime Lovers and Elegy for the Dead Admiral . 

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