Due for release on the 12th of June 2020 – The new Signed Limited Edition print Diva by Jack Vettriano is set for sell out status prior to publication with the edition becoming a firm favourite amongst existing and new art collectors.
The limited edition print run will consist of 100 standard edition prints and 10 Artist Proof edition prints with an image size of 28.7 x 33.8cm and outside frame size of 52.6 x 58.8cm.
We are delighted to hear that there will be some new limited edition prints by Jack Vettriano coming soon. Compromising of 6 new pieces which will be launched in September…watch this space!
At the Enid Hutt Gallery we stock a vast collection of limited edition prints by Jack Vettriano. One of Britain’s best loved artists and famous for paintings such as The Singing Butler, Private Dancer and Dance Me to the End of Love.
These iconic images as well as newer images like Morning news and The Red Room Collection are available to view in our galleries and on our website.
Our collection also includes a variety of sold out editions and special proofs which are normally intended for the use of the artist.
Jack Vettriano is a self taught painter who grew up in Methil, Fife. He found fame in 1989 when two of his submitted works sold on the first day at the Scottish Royal Academy. His work is renowned worldwide with collections in Edinburgh, London, New York and Hong Kong.
Recently Jack dislocated his right shoulder which has left him unable to paint for the foreseeable future.
If you have any specific enquiries relating to the work of Jack Vettriano please contact us.
The 2010 First Minister’s Christmas card painted by Jack Vettriano has raised £86,000 for charity. The original oil painting and limited edition prints of the image were sold at auction in St Andrews on Friday raising a staggering amount for these amazing charities.
The original painting – Let’s Twist Again, featuring a dancing couple at a festive party raised £68,000 while a special collection of limited edition prints went for £18,000. The original painting which was expected to sell for £25,000 was unveiled by Mr Salmond at the National Gallery of Scotland in December.
The money raised on the night will go to Bethany Christian Trust, Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centres, Quarriers and Teenage Cancer Trust.
Alex Salmond said: “Jack is a great supporter of good causes and his distinctive style is recognised around the world. He has proven himself time and again to be Scotland’s painter of the people.”
Previously declined to display any of Jack Vettriano’s works, the National Galleries announced on Thursday his self-portrait The Weight will be exhibited at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery from September 2011.