SIGNED EDWARD RIPLEY ~ LITHOGRAPH Art Print ~ Farm House LANDSCAPE *
SIGNED EDWARD RIPLEY ~ LITHOGRAPH Art Print ~ Farm House LANDSCAPE *
SIGNED EDWARD RIPLEY ~ LITHOGRAPH Art Print ~ Farm House LANDSCAPE *
SIGNED EDWARD RIPLEY ~ LITHOGRAPH Art Print ~ Farm House LANDSCAPE *
SIGNED EDWARD RIPLEY ~ LITHOGRAPH Art Print ~ Farm House LANDSCAPE *
SIGNED EDWARD RIPLEY ~ LITHOGRAPH Art Print ~ Farm House LANDSCAPE *
SIGNED EDWARD RIPLEY ~ LITHOGRAPH Art Print ~ Farm House LANDSCAPE *
SIGNED EDWARD RIPLEY ~ LITHOGRAPH Art Print ~ Farm House LANDSCAPE *
SIGNED EDWARD RIPLEY ~ LITHOGRAPH Art Print ~ Farm House LANDSCAPE *
SIGNED EDWARD RIPLEY ~ LITHOGRAPH Art Print ~ Farm House LANDSCAPE *

SIGNED EDWARD RIPLEY ~ LITHOGRAPH Art Print ~ Farm House LANDSCAPE *

Regular Price
$49.99
Sale Price
$49.99
FREE Economy Shipping. View Shipping Policies.

SIGNED EDWARD RIPLEY ~ LITHOGRAPH Art Print ~ Farm House LANDSCAPE ` Numbered 173 / 275

Very striking landscape art in bold fauvist colors of gold, yellow and blue. Circa 1968.

  • Mark: Pencil signed lower right - Edward Ripley || Numbered lower left - 173/275 || Certificate adhered to original matte from The Collector's Guild Ltd, New York* (we are providing a photocopy since it could not be removed) || Biography affixed to original matte
  • Measurements (WxH):
    • Edge to edge - 21.5 x 14.875 inches
    • Print area - 18.5 x 12.125 inches
  • Condition: See photos and use zoom to fully evaluate condition. Minor toning. Matte tape residue on upper back edge. Very slight musty odor. CoA was glued to original matte and could not be removed, so we are sending a photocopy. 

This print will be rolled up and shipped in an insured USPS Priority Mail tube.

About the Artist
Edward Ripley is a British painter, lithographer and illustrator, born in Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England in 1929. He attended Huddersfield School of Art and Leeds College of Art. He exhibited at Leicester Society of Artists, Nottingham Art Gallery, Century Gallery, and his work is in the collection of the Tate Gallery. He listed Victor Vasarely and Mark Rothko as influences.

*During the 1960's and early 1970's The Collector's Guild commissioned and published a number of original lithographs and etchings by leading contemporary artists from around the world.