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Blue Bears At The Theatre, Take 2

220 GBP

Are they watching us or are we watching them? An exceptional, limited edition giclée print on fine art paper, signed by the artist. It shows a section of Holly’s 2016 original painting Blue Bears At The Theatre (oil on canvas, 125 x 155 cm, pictured here in the window of Paul Smith on Albemarle Street). Until now Holly’s smaller giclée, showing a detail of the same painting, was her most popular print! This beautifully produced larger print is a generous size and the perfect addition to any bedroom, children or adult... As an introductory offer, shipping this item to within UK will be free until 25th December. Postage to the rest of the world will differ depending on where you live and will be calculated at the check out.

Welcome to The Holly Frean Shop. Here you can buy limited edition prints and plates and (occasionally) original works from the studio of Holly Frean.. A Holly Frean-themed museum shop if you will!

Holly Frean is an artist of exceptional dedication and vision. She began her formal training as an architect and draughtsman but painting portraits took over. Her studio practice has since grown to include picture-making in all its forms, typically oil paintings on canvas and gouaches on paper, also printmaking and 3D work. Infused with wit and humour, Holly’s work draws on the lives of artists and uniquely documents the subtleties in a face, body or movement. Over the past decade she has evolved a highly personal and technically accomplished style.

Holly’s work has been exhibited extensively in the UK and America. Holly's imagination and versatility have recently led to coveted textile, ceramic and wallpaper collaborations with Anthropologie, Burberry, Andrew Martin and Paul Smith.

Holly has won numerous accolades including the 2012 National Open Art Competition Painting Prize (awarded by Grayson Perry) and regularly shows at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and the ING Discerning Eye at Mall Galleries in London. Commissions include those from the Duchess of Northumberland, designer Betty Jackson, comedians Russell Howard and Ricky Gervais, hotelier Kit Kemp, actor Russell Tovey and retailer Johnny Boden.