GICLEE PRINTS FOR SALE

 

What is a Giclee print ?

It is a fine art print produced on a professional grade printer using the highest quality pigment inks on archival quality, fine-art paper. They are virtually indistinguishable from the original work.

All prints are made with an appropriate white border to facilitate subsequent mounting / framing.

 

Sizes

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Shipping

Shipping is free to anywhere in the United Kingdom in appropriate packaging via Royal Mail.

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Originals

The original paintings for the prints below are available for sale. Please contact me via the form on the Contact page for further information.

 


Will Waving at walkers

from an original painting: oil on canvas 2020 H 30cm by W 20cm

 

This is my teddy, WhatTheMarket Will Bear (Will for short).

He's woken up in the morning after one or two too many at the Crow and Gate pub, having slept under a tree.... he didn't seem to be able to get home last night.

Luckily Will is impervious to hangovers, so he is really enjoying himself waving happily to greet people on their early morning walks.

This is living Will!


Will at Coden Beach

from an original painting: oil on canvas 2020 H 50cm by W 20cm

 

This is my teddy, WhatTheMarket Will Bear (Will for short).

Will has dashed to Cooden beach, whipped off his Speedos, left them on the beach along with everything else he doesn't really need, and charged butt naked into the sea.Something perhaps we all ought to do once the Covid shadows have finally passed. His mate Colin Crab is waving him on (it's OK, they're in a bubble).

True freedom this, Will........ really Running To Paradise (with apologies to Yeats)


Dodododo Dadadada

from an original painting: oil on canvas 2020  H 61cm by W 91cm

 

A sideways look at what my mate Dave calls us Western consumers……. ‘the seduced’.

Shoppers in a sterile urban landscape, weighed down with plastic and leather goods, whilst a Dodo and Tasmanian Tiger, extinct at Man's hand, haunt the scene. The Dodo, glaring at one human, comments in a fundamental (sic) form on the pavement behind.

But look!.... are those green shoots ? ...... is this hope??

Who knows.......... it might be a Triffid.......


Mithlond of Paddington Arm

from an original painting: oil on canvas 2020 H 91cm by W 61cm

 

An allegory on life and death.

'Mithlond' is Tolkein’s elvish port from which Bilbo Baggins took his final journey to the hereafter, and here the ferryman Charon takes his customers onward down the Regents Canal.

We who must remain live and look on from behind the fence, casting our tributes whilst Shakespeare reminds us - courtesy of the sonnet referenced on the unused flagpole - that we too must one day board this vessel.


Cuckmere: East Sussex

from an original painting: oil on canvas 2020  H 20cm by W 50cm

 

Tried to paint this from a different perspective from the usual viewpoints of the famous Coastguard cottages.

Note: Sitting on pebbles = wet backside

 


Chief Inspector Morse

from an original painting: oil on canvas 2020 H 50cm by W 40cm

 

I haven't many heroes, real or fictional, but Chief Inspector Endeavour Morse is definitely one.

Here is the finely toned mastermind in action, hand wrapped round a good pint of English bitter.

To the uneducated eye, he appears not to be doing much: this is an illusion - that great mind is working furiously, and soon the prison population will be increased by one.

Oxford's finest.......... my hero....... I want to be just like him when (if) I ever grow up.

 

 


Shrewsbury Nun

from an original painting: oil on canvas 2020  H 21cm by W 15cm

  

This is my impression of a 12th Century nun, and one that would have been familiar to the famous literary monk Brother Cadfael.

It is painted using the full 15th Century Flemish method (I'm a time traveller)


Dordonna

from an original painting: oil on canvas 2020  H 30cm by W 23cm

  

My friend and fellow painter Dorota bravely agreed to pose for this one. The idea was to see to what extent using the Flemish method with a contemporary model could invoke the particular look and feel of an historic piece.

The evolution of this piece can be seen here