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VINTAGE SCREENPRINTS from the 1960s, 70s & 80s SALE THURSDAY 2nd SEPTEMBER from 6 to 9 pm

Image:JETTE THYSSEN Saga 1990 screenprint 90 x 70 cm edition of 170
Unit 2.01, Tea Building (Rocket’s furniture viewing room) continues Friday 3, Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 September from 12 noon to 6 pm each day
250 original limited edition screenprints for sale at trade prices of £50 / £100 / £150 / £200 / £300

Fifty artists including Ellsworth Kelly, Larry Zox, Leo Arnak, Tess Jaray, Charles Hinman,
John Hoyland, Robyn Denny, Nicholas Krushenick, Richard Mortensen, Richard Smith,
Ib Geertsen, Marc Vaux, Max Bill, Paul Gadegaard, Ole Schwalbe, Geisselmann, Kai Fuhrer,
Gudrun Pagter, Brian Wall, Charles Christopher Hill, Ole Folmer Hansen, Jette Thyssen,
Mogens Lohmann, Brian Blow, Lise Honore, Arne Heuser, William Tucker and numerous others

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