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Seaside summer

Curated by our in-house experts, this sun-soaked collection features prints by modern masters David Hockey, Vincent van Gogh, and Paul Klee, as well as contemporary work by Louise Body, Andrew Lansley, and Robert Cadloff.

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Trends & Ideas

Discover our top picks, brought to you by many of our long-standing museum and art gallery partners including The National Gallery, Tate, The Courtauld Gallery, V&A and Royal Academy of Arts.

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Come rain or shine, the British summertime is packed full of thrilling sporting events. From tennis to cricket, sailing to cycling, explore our collection of world-class illustrations and historic works from the archives of Vogue, London Transport Museum and more.

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Add a burst of colour to your home with this summery collection of fine art prints. Discover works by French Fauvist Henri Matisse, American Abstract Expressionist Mark Rothko, leading contemporary painter Frank Bowling and more. 

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Fascinated by light as a form of expression, Henri Matisse experimented with windows for decades. From Nice to Tangier, discover the stories behind some of his most inventive, window-inspired works.

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When he travelled to Nice, French Fauvist Henri Matisse spent much of his time painting nude odalisque figures. We take a closer look at L’Odalisque Assise, a rare lithograph produced by the famous Parisian print studio Galerie Mourlot

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It was a privilege to have Faye Bridgwater in our Sussex workshop. Learn more about her latest projects and the new Limited Edition prints we produced and hand framed for her. 

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Discover the collectible exhibition posters Hockney designed for Tate, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco Opera and more.

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Soulful and witty: Projekt 26 and the Polish School of Posters 

A small but impactful group of designers belong to the Polish School of Posters, a ground-breaking art movement established in the wake of the Second World War. We examine the joyful – and truly original – designs curated by Polish poster experts Projekt 26.

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During the outbreak of World War II, a group of artists flocked to a small fishing village on the western coast of Cornwall. Known for its special quality of light, St Ives attracted artists such as Barbara HepworthTerry Frost, and Patrick Heron. Learn more about their pioneering abstract works.

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To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow. Discover flowers and butterflies by pop art prince Andy Warhol, famous floral cut outs by Henri Matisse, and botanical florals by Eija Vehviläinen.

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The popular opposite to minimalism, Colour Maximalism is all about impactful tones. Bold, beautiful and brilliantly bright, the prints in this collection, curated by our in-house experts, are guaranteed to pack a punch.

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A.M. Cassandre’s early work afforded him instant acclaim. We delve deeper into the journey he took to become one of the most sought-after commercial illustrators of his generation, creating works such as Normandie, Nord Express, and many more influential graphic design posters.

Before spearheading the Pop Art movement in the 1960s, Andy Warhol made a name for himself creating illustrations for some of New York’s most prestigious magazines. 

This year’s exhibition is titled ‘America: An Analogy of Fashion’ and the dress code is Gilded Glamour. We take a closer look at the themes that embody the grandeur of the Gilded Age and the materials celebrities might be seen wearing on the red carpet this year.