Chelsea Arts Club
About the artist
To celebrate its centenary in 1991 the Chelsea Arts Club, founded by James McNeill Whistler and pals, published a portfolio of 16 silkscreen prints commissioned from some of its most illustrious members.
While complete sets of all 16 prints occasionally come up for auction, I have decided that these distinctive and original works are more likely to reach the wide viewership they deserve when made available singly rather than kept together in a box.
Some of the works have been set in elegant ash wood box frames by Harry Eagle.; others are unframed. They range in price from £150 to £950.
Click on the artist’s name to see their contribution. They are by: 1 Sandra Blow, 2 Peter Blake, 3 Barry Flanagan, 4 Jeff Edwards, 5 Patrick Hughes, 6 Ivor Abrahams, 7 Neil Bally, 8 Shelagh Cluett, 9 Paul Huxley, 10 Albert Irvin, 11 Gwyther Irwin, 12 Tim Mara, 13 Barry Martin, 14 Patrick Procktor, 15 Stan Smith, 16 Peter Sedgley
Golden glows the new found day by Barry Martin
Two figures, two movements by Ivor Abrahams
Halcyon days by Sandra BlowMore
Transparent things, Scotland 1991 by Neil Bally
Dancing to Heaven by Peter Blake
Blue Flames by Shelagh Cluett
More art at night by Jeff Edwards
Leaping Hare by Barry Flanagan
Sideways by Patrick Hughes
Homage to the square by Paul Huxley
Idonia by Albert IrvinMore
Over the Top by Gwyther Irwin
Lemon Squeezer by Tim Mara
Kabuki Scene from Yoshinogawa by Patrick Procktor
Ring-a-Rosé by Peter Sedgley