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Jayson Lilley

£815

Limited edition screenprint with gold leaf and finished with pen and ink

 

Edition of 39

 

Size: 84cm (h) x 84cm (w)

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UK
We will endeavour to process and ship your order within 14 days of Order Confirmation for artwork only, and for framed artwork, within 21 days.

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We ship artwork only internationally, framing is not available. We will endeavour to process and ship your order within 14 days of Order Confirmation.

Limited edition screenprint with gold leaf and finished with pen and ink

 

Edition of 39

 

Size: 84cm (h) x 84cm (w)

Framing

Buy your chosen piece ready to hang. Follow ‘Our Pick’ for the perfect choice. Learn more about our handmade bespoke framing.
*Only suitable framing options will show.

Delivery

UK
We will endeavour to process and ship your order within 14 days of Order Confirmation for artwork only, and for framed artwork, within 21 days.

International
We ship artwork only internationally, framing is not available. We will endeavour to process and ship your order within 14 days of Order Confirmation.

Jayson Lilley

Contemporary artist Jayson Lilley works at the forefront of printmaking practices, incorporating painting, pen and ink and collage techniques into his process. His work is known for its urban and architectural focus, zooming in on familiar landmarks and reproducing iconic structures from the metropolis. Constructing vibrant scenes that are always accompanied by expansive skies and play on salience and colour. Technically, Lilley combines painting and collage techniques in an overall process of innovative printmaking, and ultimately achieves an impactful artistic aesthetic. Lilley’s paintings are held in collections across the world including London, New York, Hong Kong and Moscow. Most recent accolades include exhibiting at 2019 Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition and shortlisted for the Westmorland Landscape Prize 2019.