Posts Tagged ‘print’

V: Vladimir Tretchikoff

Vladimir Tretchikoff is one of the most successful artists of all time -his Chinese Girl painting has been reproduced the most out of any other image in the 20th century. While many love him, many don’t – at the time even the art critics saw his work as kitsch which upset him greatly all of his […] Read more…

L: J.H. Lynch

We love J.H Lynch. But who is J.H Lynch? This is in fact a bit of a mystery. He painted ladies, looking seductively at the viewer, often semi clad throughout the 1960s and 1970s. Joseph Henry Lynch was born in 1911 and died in 1989. His prints were mass produced and sold through shops such […] Read more…

Last week’s weakness

My weakness is shopping. Actually, not just shopping. My weakness is shopping, thrifting, collecting….I can’t drive past a car boot sale without dropping in, I can’t visit a new town without thrifting through the charity shops, I can’t ignore a sign saying “Garage Sale”..to be honest I can’t even drive past a skip without meer-catting […] Read more…

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