Chris Orr - Harvest Home! The Last Sheaf


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Chris Orr, RA 'Harvest Home! The Last Sheaf' 1971

An unframed original etching with aquatint, pencil signed by the artist lower left, dated 1971, titled, and numbered from an edition of 125 prints. It has the publishers blind stamps to the sheet. The etching is in good original condition. We also have a companion etching of another subject available separately.

It measures about 6.9 x 10.8 inches plate size and about 15.9 x 23.1 inches sheet size; unframed

The price is inclusive of delivery to Great Britain mainland. Please enquire of us for shipping costs to other destinations.

Chris Orr, RA, RE (born 1943) is a well-known artist printmaker who was born in Islington, north London. He studied at Ravensbourne and Hornsey Schools of Art and in 1967 graduated from the Royal College of Art with an MA in Printmaking. He exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1987 and was elected RA in 1995. Orr was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers in 1988 and was appointed Professor of Printmaking at The Royal College of Art 1998. He has also showed at Serpentine Gallery, London; Whitechapel Gallery; Galleria Grafica, Tokyo; Jay Street Gallery, New York; Jill George Gallery; the Ruskin Library, Lancaster; and at many other venues. His work is held in numerous public collections including Arts Council of Great Britain, British Museum, Government Art Collection, Museum of London, Tate Gallery, and Victoria & Albert Museum. He has published in excess of 400 limited edited prints in etching, screenprint and lithography. Chris Orr has also taught at Cardiff College of Art, at St Martin’s and at the Royal College of Art.



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I think I was always destined to have an interest in the world of Modern British Art and 20th Century design. My father wrote books on the subject in the 1970s and having grown up (literally!) surrounded by mainly 20th Century art, I began to take an interest myself in the late 1990s. My personal taste is in the work of artists such as Wlhelmina Barns-Graham, Lynn Chadwick, Alan Davie, Terry Frost, William Gear and Julian Trevelyan. In regard to furniture I collect, and sometimes deal in, pieces by designers including Poul Kjaerholm, Hans Wegner, Arne Jacobsen and Robin Day.

The RetroSixty website stocks paintings, drawings and prints mainly by 20th Century British artists and I also have a few works by continental, American and Australian artists. I established the business in 2006 and this website is focused mainly on affordable work likely to be within the budget of people starting out or upgrading a collection, as I try to keep every item priced competitively at less then £500. The prices always include shipping within mainland Great Britain, with items packed securely to a high standard, using recycled materials wherever possible, and shipped promptly. I do ship further afield and discounted prices to other locations are available on request (please see the contact form on the Hoarde Vintage website adjacent to my listings).

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