Howard Hodgkin Lotus Silkscreen Print 1980


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Howard Hodgkin Lotus Silkscreen Print 1980

Lotus screenprint by Howard Hodgkin in bold colours on embossed Arches wove paper. Signed Hodgkin in pencil in the image lower centre, dated 1980, PP. Published as an edition of 100 with 15 Artists Proof’s by Bernard Jacobson Ltd and printed at Kelpra Studios,

Literature: Howard Hodgkin The Complete Prints, Lisbeth Heenk, Thames & Hudson 2006. p. 222

Collections: The Tate Gallery London The British Council

Dimmensions: Unframed 107cm x 79cm Framed 125cm x 96cm

A printer’s proof (PP): A Printer’s Proof (PP) is similar to an artist’s proof. They were originally designed to monitor the progress of printing. They are a print or object that the manufacturer or printer receives as proof of their work. They remain in the archive of the printing house and it is customary for the printer to release their PPs for sale in the event of a complete sale of the print run. The number of PPs in addition to the regular edition is up to the artist. Usually there are one or two PPs.


  • H: 79cm (31.10in)
  • W: 107cm (42.13in)



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Babette Kulik and Michael Selzer are dealers specialising in twentieth century furniture and decorative arts. They joined forces in 2013, being both passionate about design and recognising that a great piece can transcend beyond a single movement or era.

Michael Selzer is a graduate in Fine art painting from St Martins College of Art and completed an MA in Curating contemporary art at Goldsmiths. As a specialist in post-war European and American art and 20th century decorative art and design, Michael began dealing in 1998. He has curated work by Tim Noble, Jason Shulman, Paul Winstanley and Mel Bochner and contributed to Art Review Magazine.

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