‘Petit Palais: White and Yellow’ (1972) by British artist John Piper (1903-1992). Screenprint on paper, 782 x 572 mm. via the Tate

‘Petit Palais: Yellow and Yellow’ by British artist John Piper Screenprint on paper, 782 x 573 mm. via the Tate Use of color, tone and a divided section for a different representation

Gerhard Richter Squeegee Paintings

Gerhard Richter currently rules unchallenged as the most expensive living artist in the world. And the most expensive of all his many .

John Piper's 'Arundel' (1960) Textile screen print inspired by stained glass - Meg Andrews Antique Costume and Textiles

John Piper's 'Arundel' Textile screen print inspired by stained glass - Meg Andrews Antique Costume and Textiles

Chiesa De La Salute - screen printed fabric panel by John Piper, 1960

Artist print - john piper 'chimes a de la salute' screen printed 'sanderlin' sati twisted cotton furnishing textile Sanderson Son Ltd.

Chiesa De La Salute - screen printed fabric panel by John Piper, 1960

Artist print - john piper 'chimes a de la salute' screen printed 'sanderlin' sati twisted cotton furnishing textile Sanderson Son Ltd.

A treasured find #Stones of Bath by #John Piper

'Stones of bath' textile design by John Piper, produced by Sanderson Fabrics Ltd in


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