Elegy for the Dead Admiral

Elegy for The Dead Admiral small and large print

Elegy for the Dead Admiral is a classic Jack Vettriano image featuring the familiar butler serving guests champagne on the beach .

£300.00 – £765.00

300 gsm Hahnemuhle mould made paper
Signed and numbered by the artist

Edition Size: 350 + 40 Artist’s Proofs (small)
Edition size: 250 + 40 Artist’s Proofs (large) Elegy for the Dead Admiral is an original Jack Vettriano image which can be bought online at Photogold .

We have many Jack Vettriano images in our collection, all of which have been purchased from the UK publisher of Jack Vettriano prints .

An eagerly awaited exhibition of Jack Vettriano’s early paintings is the latest event to be pushed back until next year.

Hopes are high it will bring huge numbers to Kirkcaldy Galleries, but fans will have to wait until June 2021 to see his work.

Jack Vettriano: The Early Years exhibition was due to run from September until November, but it has been rescheduled for June 18-October 24 next year.

The exhibition had attracted widespread attention, locally and across the UK as well as internationally, but with increased uncertainty over the timing and phasing of the easing of lockdown restrictions, it has been decided to postpone now as a precaution rather than disappoint thousands of Vettriano followers if the show had to be cancelled at a later date..

The Classic Collection by Jack Vettriano

the singing butler large format , jack vettriano

The Singing Butler , Vettriano’s iconic painting , has been centre stage at Vettriano’s retrospective at the Kelvingrove Art gallery in Glasgow. Over 100 of his paintings are featured in the exhibition which has filled the gallery with fans from all over the UK.
The Classic Collection is a new set of Limited Edition Prints by Jack Vettriano

A special commemorative set of five of Jack Vettriano’s most famous and iconic works has been published for the first time as signed, limited edition prints.

The Classic Collection comprises  –

Vettriano fans have been looking for a signed print of the Singing Butler for a long time , but now it is available in a small and large format .

Dance Me To The End Of Love is one of Vettriano’s most popular and romantic images . It was inspired by Leonard Cohen’s song  “Dance Me To The End of Love” from his album “Various Positions.’

Leonard Cohen’s said ‘Dance Me To The End Of Love’ … it’s curious how songs begin because the origin of the song, every song, has a kind of grain or seed that somebody hands you or the world hands you and that’s why the process is so mysterious about writing a song. But that came from just hearing or reading or knowing that in the death camps, beside the crematoria, in certain of the death camps, a string quartet was pressed into performance while this horror was going on, those were the people whose fate was this horror also. And they would be playing classical music while their fellow prisoners were being killed and burnt. So, that music, “Dance me to your beauty with a burning violin,” meaning the beauty there of being the consummation of life, the end of this existence and of the passionate element in that consummation.