The Royal Academy of Arts Hosts the London Original Print Fair
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David Hockney,<em> Lithographic Water Made of Lines</em>, Crayon and two blue washes, lithograph printed in colours, 1978-80 | Courtesy of Lyndsey Ingram and for sale at london Original Print Fair 2019
Schedule: 25 / 26 Apr 10 am - 9 pm | 27 / 28 Apr 10 am - 6 pm
Tickets: Full £ 12 | Reduced £ 9
Location: Royal Academy of Arts
Address: Burlington House, Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 0BD
Would you like to have the privilege of buying a print by Dürer or Rembrandt or a lithograph by David Hockney? Price permitting and with its charming international atmosphere, the London Original Print Fair is the place for you. From 25 to 28 April, in fact, the spaces of the Main Galleries of the Royal Academy of Arts offer an opportunity to come into contact with 50 exhibitors from around the globe, with their ample knowledge of artists spanning five centuries of art history. Founded in 1985 by a group of eight printers in the capital, the London Original Print Fair has come a long way. From its start in the old Diploma Galleries della Royal Academy of Arts with a mere 16 exhibitors, it is now in its 34th Edition, tripling its numbers and occupying an extraordinary exhibition space. The goal of the Print Fair is to promote prints - essential to the development of art since the XV Century - as works of art to be collected.
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