Jack Vettriano exhibition delayed and extended

Diva by Jack Vettriano , limited edition print

Tickets go on general release today for the rescheduled Jack Vettriano: The Early Years exhibition at Kirkcaldy Galleries.

The show was originally planned for this autumn but because of uncertainty around the easing of lockdown restrictions, it was decided to postpone and ONFife, working in close liaison with the artist and collectors who are generously lending works from private collections, was able reschedule until June 18-October 24, 2021

The rescheduling has allowed ONFife to build in additional advantages to the exhibition.

The new dates cover a longer period – 18 weeks instead of the original 10 – giving more people an opportunity to attend over the summer and October holiday periods.

The length of the times slots that each visitor can spend at the exhibition has also been extended while the number of visitors per time slot has reduced.

“We are delighted to have this show going ahead as it had already generated so much excitement and anticipation for Jack Vettriano fans, for the public in general and our staff,” said Heather Stuart, chief executive.

“Working closely with Jack, who is co-curating the show, it also gave us a great opportunity to look at how we could make it an even better experience for visitors.”

The exhibition has generated widespread interest as it will feature early paintings by Vettriano, including nearly a dozen produced before he decided to become a full-time artist and are signed Jack Hoggan, his birth name.

In recognition of the process of development and evolution that has taken him from the self-taught artist who was turned down by art college to one of the world’s most highly sought after living painters, Vettriano decided the time was right to publicly acknowledge some of his earliest works and has chosen to return to Fife where he was born and spent his formative years.

The exhibition is a celebration of his extraordinary career and will be showing paintings he created from in his 20s until he moved to London in 2000.

what is Jack Vettriano’s most famous image ?

Jack Vettriano’s most famous and best selling image is the Singing Butler . Millions of Singing Butler posters have been sold in the last 15 years . In February 2012, Vettriano’s most famous painting, The Singing Butler, went on display at the Aberdeen Art Gallery as part of an exhibition entitled, ‘From Van Gogh to Vettriano‘.

What are Jack Vettriano paintings worth?

 Jack Vettriano’s “The Singing Butler” is one of the world’s most sought-after works of art. The Singing Butler is an oil on canvas painting made by Scottish artist Jack Vettriano in 1992. It sold at auction in 2004 for £744,800, which was the record at the time for any Scottish painting, and for any painting ever sold in Scotland.

Is Jack Vettriano still painting ?
Scottish artist Jack Vettriano is still painting . A few years ago he had an accident and dislocated his shoulder After a long period of recovery Vettriano is back to creating his unique works of art . Mr Vettriano is one of the most popular and successful artists in the UK . His most recent release is a limited edition print Diva

Diva  , Jack Vettriano limited edition print , signed print

New limited edition print Diva is for sale £375

Tickets can be bought online at www.onfife.com.

Check our our Jack Vettriano posters sale featuring Dance me to the End of Love and Dancer in Emerald .

Diva by Jack Vettriano

Diva , Jack Vettriano limited edition print , signed and numbered by the artist, mounted print ,framed print

Photogold is pleased to announce the publication of a new Jack Vettriano print – Diva .

Diva by Jack Vettriano – limited edition giclee print .
300gsm Museum Etching paper
Signed and numbered by the artist
Edition size: 100 + 10 Artist’s Proofs

Image Size 25.0 x 20.8 cm
Mount Size 41.8 x 48.0 cm
Frame Size 52.6 x 58.8 cm
Available to order from today, for delivery week commencing the 8th of June.

when is the new Jack Vettriano Diva published ?

the new Jack Vettriano Diva is published in June with online ordering from today for delivery week commencing the 8th of June.

Jack Vettriano posters – special offer £30

Dance Me to the End of Love posters

Dance Me to the End of Love posters

Dance Me to the End of Love

Two superb Jack Vettriano posters on special offer for just £26.95 – Dance Me to the End of Love and Danver in Emerald .
Dance Me to the End of Love
Poster Size: 68 x 72 cms / 33 x 34 ins
Price : £30
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Dance Me to the End of Love is one of Vettriano’s most iconic and romantic images .

Dancer In Emerald poster  by Jack Vettriano .

  • 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

Dancer In Emerald is also available as a signed limited edition print
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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.

Jack Vettriano auction at Bonhams

Auctioneer Bonhams have announced a unique auction of  a collection of paintings by Jack Vettriano .

It is believed the paintings could fetch up to £1.2m when they are sold at auction in Edinburgh.

The 12 paintings in the sale have never appeared at auction before. They will go under the hammer at Bonhams on 31 March for an estimated £800,000 to £1.2m.

The paintings, which are being sold by an anonymous collector, offer a cross-section of themes that have informed the artist’s work for many years.

Chris Brickley, Bonhams’ head of Scottish art, said: “This is one of the most comprehensive collections of Vettriano’s work ever assembled, covering all the major periods of the artist’s career and giving a vivid insight into his artistic development.

“This is the most important collection of Jack Vettriano’s work to appear at auction for the past 10 years.

“It spans the period when the artist was producing some of his most recognisable and best-loved images.

“Several of the paintings, for example Waltzers and Missing Man II, will be familiar from books about Vettriano and the very popular cards and posters which have been made from his work.”

Best-selling

Waltzers, estimated at £200-300,000, shows couples dancing under a night sky while The Road to Nowhere, estimated at £150-200,000, and Missing Man II, which could fetch up to £150,000, show figures on beaches.

Not all the works are dated but the earliest one that is dated is 1992 and the latest 2004.

Night Geometry by Jack Vettriano

Night Geometry by Jack Vettriano

Night Geometry
Night Geometry – lowest online prices .
Signed limited edition print by Jack Vettriano £850

Limited Edition Giclee Print Image Size: 20 x 16 inches; 50.8 x 40.6 cms Paper Size: 28 1/4 x 22 7/8 inches; 71.8 x 58 cms Paper: 310 gsm Hahnemuhle mould made paper Published in April 2006 Edition Size: 495 The gicleé printing process achieves the closest possible likeness of the original painting. The use of UV archival inks ensures the highest standards of both stability and longevity. Gicleé prints are noted for their top quality image resolution, exceptional richness and depth of colour. The proofing of this print has been personally overseen by Jack Vettriano to ensure that the final edition is faithful to his original work and vision

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