The London Original Print Fair 2015
23 April - 26 April 2015
Main Galleries, Burlington House
Thursday 23 April 10am – 9pm
Friday 24 April 10am – 10pm
Saturday 25 April 10am – 6pm
Sunday 26 April 10am – 6pm
£12. Concessions available. Friends of the RA and under 16s go free.
Friends of the RA go free
Visit London’s longest-running art fair to view and buy works from all periods and styles of printmaking.
Now in its 30th year, the London Original Print Fair is Europe’s largest works–on–paper event, spanning 500 years of old master, modern and contemporary prints.
With some 50 exhibitors representing leading galleries, studios and independent dealers from across the globe, the boutique nature of the fair makes it an ideal starting point for budding collectors as well as an essential annual excursion for seasoned print enthusiasts.
Artists represented at the fair include Rembrandt, Whistler, Sickert, Bacon, Warhol and contemporary artists such as Bridget Riley, Howard Hodgkin and Grayson Perry. Throughout history, leading artists have chosen to work in print, and the London Original Print Fair showcases the very best.
Visit the RA's Tennant Gallery for an exhibition of prints by Stanley Anderson RA, free with your London Original Print Fair ticket.
For more information about London Original Print Fair, please call 020 7439 2000 or email the London Original Print Fair team.
30 print highlights from the Royal Collection
To mark its 30th anniversary the London Original Print Fair will host a loan exhibition of 30 Print Highlights from the Royal Collection.
The selection includes prints by or after Dürer, Raphael, Castiglione and Canaletto as well as a diverse array of portraits, maps and even prints executed by the royal family themselves, among them Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Together they embody the full range of techniques available to printmakers over three and a half centuries.
Win a studio visit and three-course lunch for two
To celebrate London Original Print Fair we’re giving you the chance to win an exclusive tour of Anita Klein’s studio followed by lunch at Zucca.
Please note this competition has now closed.