Silk-screen print on on 270g Moulin de Gué fine art paper 2006. Edition of 100, signed and numbered by the artist. Published by IAP Fine Art with Maggi Hambling, partly to raise money for Terrence Higgins Trust, helping people with HIV and AIDS. PLEASE NOTE: very few prints from this edition remain available.
Unframed dimensions: 28 3/4 x 19 3/4 in
73 x 50 cm. Framed dimensions below.
One of three Maggi Hambling prints, which we have enjoyed publishing with Maggi to raise money for THT. We published this edition of silkscreen prints with Maggi Hambling in 2006, partly to raise money for Terrence Higgins Trust, helping people with HIV and AIDS. George Melly, Stephen Fry and Maggi Hambling attended the launch party and we continue to donate £100 from every sale from this edition to THT. Price shown is unframed, for information on framing options we offer, including the one shown here that is designed by Maggi Hambling, please contact us.
This print has museum provenance, since it was part of the 'George Always' exhibition in 2009 at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, along with the many paintings Maggi Hambling painted of George Melly after her dear friend's death.
IAP Fine Art & George Always solo museum exhibition at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, 2009.
Reproduced in the George Always museum exhibition catalogue, published by National Museums Liverpool. (ISBN: 978-1-902700-38-0).