Emily Sutton September Dresser Limited Edition Lithograph £225.00

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Emily Sutton September Dresser Limited Edition Lithograph
£225.00

Emily Sutton, September Dresser limited edition lithograph
  • Printed onto Somerset Velvet paper with hand-torn edges, by Curwen Print Studios
  • Edition of 150
  • Hand signed by the artist
  • Dimensions: 76 x 56cm
This print is also available framed priced at £300.00 Prints are framed to order with a current lead time of 4-6 weeks. Framed prints may be collected from YSP or delivered by specialisit couriers Aardvark Art Services, for an additional cost. Prices for this service start at £110.00. Please contact a member of the retail team on +44 (0)1924 832631 for more information and to purchase. 

The largest solo exhibition to date by illustrator Emily Sutton takes over YSP Centre throughout winter 2014. Adorning the walls of YSP Centre, Town and Country features a delightful display of original and intricate paintings and screen-prints, along with a flock of beautifully embroidered birds nesting in the YSP Shop window.
 
Incorporating a love of pattern and detail, Sutton has taken inspiration from the historic buildings and follies at YSP, along with her recent travels in Europe. The artist’s frequent visits to the 500-acre Park have resulted in a collection of new, YSP-inspired, work for the exhibition, including her first ever limited edition lithograph print, produced by Curwen Studio and exclusive to YSP.
 
Based in York, Sutton has worked with many distinguished clients around the world. She has illustrated books for the Victoria & Albert Museum, Faber and Faber, Random House, Penguin and Walker Books and undertaken commissions for brands such as Hermes, Fortnum & Mason and Betty’s of Harrogate. Sutton was awarded the Elle Decoration British Design Award 2011 for her Curiosity Shop fabric for St Jude’s. Town and Country coincides with the publication of Transferware Treasures, a limited edition hand-bound foldout book of the artist’s watercolours of Victorian transferware, published by Fleece Press.