Call of the Sea Suite No.4 by John Bellany limited edition screen-print
Call of the Sea Suite No.4 by John Bellany limited edition screen-print

Call of the Sea Suite No.4 by John Bellany limited edition screen-print

£375.00

Limited edition screen-print Call of the Sea Suite No.4 by John Bellany in collaboration with Kip Gresham at The Print Studio, Cambridge. Printed on B.F.K Rives 250gm paper.

Hand signed and numbered in pencil by the artist.

This screen-print is characteristic of Bellany’s work depicting Scottish symbolism deriving from the sea and religion.

John Bellany (1942-2013) studied at Edinburgh College of Art and whilst a student he famously exhibited his artworks on the railings of the National Gallery of Scotland on the Mound. A major retrospective of his work was organised by the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in 2012. He helped change the course of painting in Scotland. His intensely felt paintings of fisherfolk and their precarious life at sea were a direct challenge to the much-diluted Scottish colourist tradition and its landscapes and still lives. The sheer size and raw emotion of Bellany's canvases, their depictions of a way of life that the artist knew from growing up in a Port Seton fishing family - and their elevation of that life onto a symbolic level - were at odds with the decorative, drawing-room pictures of much contemporary Scottish painting in the 1960s.

This print requires specific handling and packaging. Shipped in custom tubing by courier. Alternatively, you can arrange to collect from any of our shops by selecting the click and collect option at the checkout.

  • Size 76 x 57 cm
  • Medium black and white screen-print on B.F.K Rives paper
  • Edition limited to 60 numbered editions
  • Edition number available 21
  • Frame unframed and unmounted
  • Year 1995
  • Printed by Kip Gresham, Ian Wilkinson and Matthew Evans
  • Publisher The Print Studio, Cambridge
  • UK delivery from £16.85
    Dispatched from 3 - 5 working days
    Free Click & Collect available

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