Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is a screen-print?

What is a screen-print?

Refers to a print produced through a printing technique in which a ink is transferred using a mesh to a substrate safe for those areas blocked with a stencil to make them impermeable to ink. Screen prints are usually made on posters, T-shirts, vinyl, stickers and wood or any material usable for this purpose. Screen printing is also a method of stencil printing and is sometimes known as serigraphy, serigraph printing, screen or silk screen. 

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Weiwei Ai

Cats, black, 2022

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

GBP 3,850

Weiwei Ai

Cats, red, 2022

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

GBP 3,350

Jonas Wood

Vote, 2018

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

GBP 3,600

Daniel Arsham

Eroded Classical Prints, 2020

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

GBP 14,500

Banksy

Girl With A Balloon (unsigned), 2004

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

GBP 90,000 - 110,000

Banksy

Christ With Shopping Bags, 2004

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

GBP 55,000 - 70,000

Banksy

Pulp Fiction (unsigned), 2004

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

GBP 40,000 - 50,000

Tracey Emin

The Beginning of Me, 2012

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

GBP 4,250

David Hockney

Waving, 1986

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

GBP 18,500

David Hockney

Above and Beyond, 1993

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

GBP 35,000 - 40,000

Damien Hirst

Colour chart, glitter (H3), 2017

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

GBP 14,500

Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Soup Cans II: Hot Dog Bean 59 (AP), 1963

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

GBP 65,000 - 80,000

Andy Warhol

Orangutan (F. & S. II. 299), 1983

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

GBP 160,000 - 180,000

Andy Warhol

Marilyn F. S. 30, 1967

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

GBP 190,000 - 210,000

Andy Warhol

Marilyn F. S. 29, 1967

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

GBP 250,000 - 290,000

KAWS

I Like Printing, 2002

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

GBP 8,900

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Sound Art

Artistic discipline where sound is used as a medium. Like the other contemporary art genres, Sound Art is interdisciplinary in its nature. It can engage with a wide range of subjects that include electronics, acoustics, noise music, psychoacoustics, audio media, video or film and sculpture among other subjects. Early examples of sound art include Luigi Russolo's noise intoners and other experiments done by surrealists, Dadaists and happenings of Fluxus among others.

Graffiti Art

Drawings and writing painted, scratched or scribbled on a wall or any other surface mostly in a public place. Graffiti art is wide and ranges from small to elaborate writings or wall paintings. This art has been in existence since the ancient times with some of the commonly used examples dating back to Roman Empire, Ancient Greece and Ancient Egypt.

Kitsch

Kitsch is the term used to describe cheap, commercial, sentimental or vulgar pieces common to popular culture. It is the English use of a German word which actually means trash. Kitsch has described the opposite of high artwork since the 1920s.

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