An original Sir Gerald Kelly print on board of 'Princess Saw Ohn Nyun' displayed in its original off white and gold frame. A stunning example of 1960s portraiture.
About Sir Gerald Kelly British portrait painter Sir Gerald Kelly went to Eton and studied art in Paris. Whilst travelling overseas he was inspired to create a series of paintings of Burmese dancers - of which this is one. He became a firm favourite with the royal family and has had his work displayed in the Tate Gallery. His pieces have become very collectable over the last decade and are now very sought after, making this a great investment piece.
The print features fresh vibrant colours and has no visible damage. Framed in its original wooden gold and cream frame.
Some marks and wear to the edges of the frame but overall in good condition. We have shown the marks to the frame in the last image and this is also reflected in the price on this piece.
Measures 59 cm x 72 cm Collection only from Alcester Warwickshire or we can arrange a courier so please just contact us in this instance for a quote.
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