Oscar Francis News

January 02, 2021

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December 31, 2020

We are clearing out the studio ready for 2021. We have added ex display and end of print run art prints to the CLEARANCE section. There is also a small selection of  greeting cards and home gifts that won't be re-stocked next year.

 

December 20, 2020

CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY SHIPPING UPDATE

We will be posting out all orders with the exception of art prints over the Christmas holiday. Art prints will be dispatched from the 5 January 2021. We do have some art prints in stock so please check with us and if we have it we can post this out before the 5 January 2021.

November 14, 2020

Christmas gifting time is just around the corner! Browse our Pattern Architecture homeware and stationery collections for stocking fillers, Secret Santa inspiration and more.

November 11, 2020

2020 SCANDI HOUSE CHRISTMAS CARDS AVAILABLE IN STORE 
 
Our new 2020 Christmas cards have finally arrived! Check out all the designs in our new Scandi House Collection.

November 02, 2020

We are very excited to announce the addition of a new print collection to the Oscar Francis online gallery. Scandi House is a growing series of open edition prints celebrating modernist Scandinavian housing.

The collection begins with four new pieces of work which explore important Modernist dwellings of Denmark and Finland and their particular relationship with nature and landscape.

October 06, 2020

We are excited to announce the pre release of ‘Down to Margate’ in collaboration with Laura Lea Design. This new mixed media print revisits Dreamland in Margate, considered to be the oldest-surviving theme park in Great Britain..

This American style amusement park first opened in 1920 and was then requisitioned by the government in 1940 due to World War II, opening again for business in 1946. Since then the park has been bought and sold a number of times and even had a brief name change when it was bought by the Dutch Bembom Brothers in the early 1980s. Dreamland opened and closed its doors many more times over the next 20 years but the threat of permanent closure and redevelopment prompted the Save the Dreamland campaign in 2003.

In 2015, after years of extensive renovation work, Dreamland re-opened its doors to welcome a new generation of visitors. 

- Edition of 25  
- Photo Rag 308gsm paper
- Giclee print with screen printed varnish details
- A2 (42cm x 59.4cm)
- Signed numbered by the artist

Prints will be dispatched from 15 October.