Contemporary print sale features renowned names

An impressive array of renowned artists, such as Andy Warhol, David Hockney, Peter Blake, Damien Hirst, Julian Opie, Gerhard Richter, Bob Dylan, Harland Miller, Invader and Banksy will have their prints presented for sale at Roseberys in London on November 23.

These works encompass several decades, artistic styles, and mediums, offering a wide range of options, from lithographs and etchings to screenprints and sculptures.

Andy Warhol 'Double Self Portrait'

An exceptional and rare print by Andy Warhol entitled Double Self Portrait, circa 1977, will be available in the sale with an estimate of £80,000-£120,000. This unique silkscreen print belongs to a British private collection and the provenance can be traced back to its initial purchase directly from The Andy Warhol Foundation.

Still within the American section, a striking work by Bob Dylan Side Tracks, 3 February 1991, Glasgow, Scotland is coming to auction with an estimate of £28,000-£32,000. This unique giclée print is hand embellished in colours by the artist, and was based on Dylan’s most famous image, Train Tracks, with each unique print carrying an individual date, city and country, based on concerts performed by Dylan from 1961-2013.
Another stand-out work is Gerhard Richter’s Cage 3, 2020, with an estimate of £15,000-£20,000. The diasec mounted giclée print on aluminium panel was produced by HENI productions, after the 2006 0riginal oil on canvas by the artist.
Moving towards the British section, Damien Hirst will be a strong presence with works such as Cineole, 2004, with an estimate of £10,000-£15,000. Other featured British artists are Banksy and Harland Miller. Banksy’s Barcode, 2004, which depicts a fearless leopard seemingly escaping its cage, is a screenprint in colours with Banksy’s stamp in red, set to be auctioned with an estimate of £20,000-£30,000.
Lastly, Miller’s Who Cares Wins, 2020 is an exciting addition to the sale, with provenance traced back to the White Cube in London. This 15-colour screenprint has an estimate of £15,000-£20,000. Other highlights include David Hockney’s Ann Combing Her Hair, 1979, estimated at £6,000-8,000; Peter Blake’s An Alphabet, 2007, estimated at £8,000-£12,000; Julian Opie’s Woman Taking Off A Man’s Shirt In Five Stages, 2004, estimate at £8,000-£12,000; and Invader’s Invasion Kit 14 (3D Vision), 2021’, with an estimate of £13,000-18,000.