Stephen Fry Musing
This edition of 100 silk-screen prints was published in 2006 by IAP Fine Art and Maggi Hambling, in collaboration with master printmaker Ian Wilkinson at Limberhurst Press. Stephen Fry and George Melly both attended the press launch, and £100 from each sale goes to the Terrence Higgins Trust, helping people with HIV and AIDS.
Stephen Fry Musing is an original portrait, and is derived from a full-length, life-size painting now in a private collection. Hambling chose to make this edition a 3/4-length portrait of her friend Stephen Fry, hand-touching many of the screens to ensure that the rich saturation contrast of the blues was maintained.Before Hambling created her sculpture of Wilde now opposite Charing Cross Station, London, Fry posed for the artist in the early 1990s before playing Oscar Wilde in the film ‘Wilde’.
Paper size: 24.5” x 20” (62 x 51 cms). Image size: 20” x 15” (51 x 38cms). Edition of 100 silk-screen prints on Moulin de Gué 270g fine art paper, each signed by Maggi Hambling. The price shown here is unframed. The image of a framed print is to museum standard and to Maggi Hambling’s design. Framing can be arranged and charged separately if you contact us.
Maggi Hambling (born Suffolk, 1945) was First Artist in Residence at the National Gallery, London, and has works in many major public collections including TATE, National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, British Museum and many others. More details on our website.
IAP Fine Art has a long association with Maggi Hambling since 1998, having published 3 editions of silkscreen prints with her to raise monies for Terrence Higgins Trust.
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