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The London Original Print Fair

April 15, 2010 by Ellie

29th April to 3rd May 2010 at the Royal Academy of Arts Open daily 10am - 6pm Thursday and Friday late evening opening until 8pm London Original Print Fair tickets are available on the door priced £8.00 including catalogue (£4 concessions) Free to Friends of the RA plus a guest [caption id="attachment_4637" align="aligncenter" width="515" caption="Howard Hodgkin, Night Palm, 1990, Hand-coloured etching with carborundum, Paper and image 149.4 x 120.5 cm. Edition of 55. T&H 86. © Howard Hodgkin. Image courtesy Alan Cristea Gallery, London."]Howard Hodgkin, Night Palm, 1990, Hand-coloured etching with carborundum, Paper and image 149.4 x 120.5 cm. Edition of 55. T&H 86. © Howard Hodgkin. Image courtesy Alan Cristea Gallery, London.[/caption] From new etchings by Peter Blake and Damien Hirst to rare works by Picasso and Rembrandt, the London Original Print Fair celebrates 25 years with talks, a print trail through Burlington Arcade and a loan exhibition from the British Museum Print Collection. This April sixty-seven leading UK and international exhibitors will be brought together for the 25th anniversary of The London Original Print Fair, making it not only the longest-running print fair in the world but also the longest-running art fair in London. For more information, click here or here.