Thank you to all those who visited the London Original Print Fair 2019.
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25th-28th April 2019 at The Royal Academy of Arts, London
Chika Osaka is announced as the inaugural winner of the Jerwood Printmaking Today prize 2019
The rice that just served
Lithograph with rice embossing
Nominated by Hanga Ten
The winner of the 2019 Hallett Independent Acquisitions Award is
The Holburne Museum, Bath
The winner of the 2019 MARA LOPF NOW prize,
for printmaking in the RA Schools
is Tania Blanco
Launched by LOPF in 2014, the MARA LOPF NOW prize is open to all students at the Royal Academy Schools, awarded for a work of art incorporating print. Since 2016 the prize has been sponsored by the Tim and Belinda Mara Trust.
Tania Blanco Letizia Lunares
We are pleased to offer an exciting programme of talks and events during the Fair,
which are free to holders of London Original Print Fair entrance tickets.
For further details and to reserve a place click here
The London Original Print Fair provides an unrivalled opportunity to view and buy original prints spanning five centuries, from top international dealers, galleries and studios.
LOPF’s convivial atmosphere in the Royal Academy’s Main Galleries provides the perfect setting to engage with the 50 exhibitors, who offer a wealth of specialist knowledge for new and experienced collectors alike.
Artists include old and modern masters, from Rembrandt and Canaletto to Whistler, Matisse and Picasso. Prints by today’s leading artists are also for sale, including works by celebrated Royal Academician printmakers including David Hockney, Cornelia Parker, Grayson Perry and Christopher Le Brun PRA.
Buyer's Guide to Prints
London Original Print Fair Director Helen Rosslyn demystifies the wonderful world of prints and printmaking in this concise and comprehensive guide. On sale from the Royal Academy.
Hallett Independent Acquisitions Award
We are delighted to announce our shortlist of winners for the 2019 Hallett Independent Acquisitions Award:
The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge;
Guy's and St Thomas's, London
The Holburne Museum, Bath;
Pallant House Gallery, Chichester;
University of Stirling Art Collection, Stirling;
The shortlisted institutions will each receive a print donated by a Royal Academician and the winner, to be announced on Wednesday 24 April, will receive an award of £8,000, sponsored by Hallett Independent Insurance, to be spent on a print or prints at the Fair.
‘I was able to select and purchase a number of prints that we just would not have been able to consider acquiring without the prize money. [Our Prints] are all now providing some much needed colour and interest in our Chemotherapy Day Care department at Charing Cross Hospital – in fact the Rose Blake works were situated in a consultation room, and the staff there have requested they are moved to a larger room to be seen by more people as they like them so much!’
Delphine Allier, Art Curator at Imperial Health Charity
Rose Blake, One hundred and Eight Glasses and a Lemon