Thank you to all those who visited LOPF 2019
Join us for our 35th Edition 30 April - 3 May 2020

Rembrandt in Print

opens this week at

Holburne Museum, Bath

4 October 2019 to 5 January 2020

Rembrandt was one of the most innovative and experimental figures in the history of printmaking. This loan exhibition of fifty prints from the Ashmolean Collection in Oxford marks the 350th  anniversary of his death in 1669 and includes many of his best known etchings. 

Rembrandt van Rijn The Shell 1650, etching


LOPF Director Helen Rosslyn 

to talk at the Print Fair in New York on

A Buyer's Guide to Prints

Friday October 25, 6pm

Further information 

Edvard Munch: 

Love and Angst, 

British Museum, London 

A major exhibition for print lovers - a comprehensive survey of this Norwegian artist's astonishing mastery of printmaking techniques

Exhibition now over but watch the highlights below

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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. 

 A 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, illustrated with work by Royal Academicians

Buy a Copy

A large woodcut by Royal Academician, Grayson Perry, is printed at Pauper's Press:

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