John Piper Print, Fountains Abbey
Fountains Abbey by John Piper, showing signatureFountains Abbey by John Piper, Edition 12/150Fountains Abbey by John Piper, showing blind stampFountain’s Abbey by John Piper, showing full paper size

Fountains Abbey
by John Piper

Medium – Limited edition screenprint, 1983
Edition No – 12/150
Dimensions – 45 x 62cm (h x w)
Framed – 56 x 73.5cm (h x w), in an aluminium frame by John Jones

This much sought-after screen print is in immaculate condition and is signed in the lower right corner and is blind stamped. It was printed by Kelpra Studio on Velin Arches paper. Original purchase paperwork from Christie’s to accompany the print.

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    Product Description

    John Piper (1903-1992), born in Epsom, Surrey, was an English painter, printmaker and designer of stained glass windows. He trained at Richmond School of Art and the Royal College of Art. Amongst his well-known commissions were the collaboration with John Betjamin on the ‘Shell Guides’ to Britain and his work as an official war artist in the Second World War. He designed the stained glass for the Baptistry window in Coventry Cathedral. John Piper lived for many years at Fawley Bottom near Henley-on-Thames where he died in 1992.

    Additional Information

    Weight 3 kg