GRAHAM BROCK

Artist profile

Giclee Prints

Trade Prices

Artist profile

I have had the enviable task over the past ten years or so in travelling around Europe the USA and the Far East producing bodies of art for exhibitions, travel brochures and tourist boards.

I tend to just wander about "finding" paintings. I'm not attracted to the grand or majestic, rarely a cathedral or city icon but the small details and comers that give a place its culture and identity. Pieces of architecture, a glimpse through a cafe window, people chatting on the beach, in fact any scene that can tell a story.

I was lucky enough to fulfil a childhood dream and own a house and studio in Normandy near Monet's house where I spent nine happy years studying the Impressionists. The journey took me (and them) to further study with the ways of the Orient and became infuenced with Japanese art and culture.

2019 was my most productive year to date with fourteen weeks of one man shows across the country as well as fulfilling commissions for both commercial and private clients. As well as my usual trips to Italy and Spain I managed major image finding trips to the Caribbean, in the footsteps of Gauguin, and a recent journey along the Western coast of India. Images from these collections will shortly be available in the gallery pages.

2020 seems to be starting off just as hectic, trying to get all work completed on new studio and gallery spaces in Hertfordshire before heading off to California in March. I'll keep you posted!

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The Giclee prints

These high quality limited prints are not to be confused with any open editions of Grahams work to be found on other sites. Although those images have artist Integrity most are lower quality produced for the poster market.

Each image has been printed with the latest technology to give an accurate reproduction of the original. To conform to the high regulations concerning giclee printing certain standards have to be met. The printer has to have the highest resolution, the Ink has to be light fast for 75 years, and the paper or canvas has to be of an archival quality.

More importantly each print has been Inspected and then personally signed and numbered by the artist to provide authenticity. Prints on paper are usually signed on the border whilst canvases are signed within the image to ease framing.

The print runs are large enough to keep prices competitive within the world market usually numbering 850 with an extra 150 artist proofs for display and advertising. Larger images can be produced on canvas and a small number can be personally enhanced by the artist over painting details and effects onto the image.

Post and Packing

Will be of the lowest available cost insured to the value of the contents.

Trade prices

Trade buyers and galleries can command a discount of up to fifty percent when buying a minimum of ten images.

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