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AVAILABLE NOW: The Return of James Francis Gill

As one of the last living Pop Art pioneers, James Francis Gill expertly captures the American Dream in his stunning new collection of serigraphs - all of which are expertly printed onto handmade paper. 

Counting Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Robert Indiana amongst his peers, the Texas-born artist took the art world by storm in the 1960s, becoming one of the first-ever Pop artists to have work displayed at the prestigious Museum of Modern Art in New York.

It is an honour to celebrate his return to the forefront of contemporary art with this spectacular series. 

Birkin Bag

James Francis Gill

Bob Dylan

James Francis Gill

Candy Girl

James Francis Gill

Duke In Desert Shadow

James Francis Gill

German Vogue

James Francis Gill

German Vogue 2

James Francis Gill

Hippie-Bus

James Francis Gill

Icon MM-12

James Francis Gill

Integrated New Vision

James Francis Gill

It Feels Good

James Francis Gill

John

James Francis Gill

Liz... Liz

James Francis Gill

Maria Montez

James Francis Gill

Marilyn In The Sky

James Francis Gill

Marilyn On A Sunny Day

James Francis Gill

Memory Flash

James Francis Gill

Mick

James Francis Gill

Mini Bug - Pink Sky

James Francis Gill

Mini Bug - Turquoise

James Francis Gill

Mini Marilyn 1

James Francis Gill

Mini Marilyn 2

James Francis Gill

MM Black And White

James Francis Gill

MM Pearls And Diamonds

James Francis Gill

On A Bad Day

James Francis Gill

Porsche 356 Speedster

James Francis Gill

Reflection In The Art

James Francis Gill

Sketch Of MM Icon

James Francis Gill

The Beauty Of M

James Francis Gill

The Queen

James Francis Gill

The Release Happening

James Francis Gill

Three Faces Of Marilyn

James Francis Gill

Gill 1

Pop Art pioneer

From a stint in the United States Marine Corps to breakfast with John Wayne, James' life has been as colourful as his art. After catching the eye of noted art dealer Felix Landau in 1962, he was catapulted into a world of celebrities and international success. 

His montage style was lauded by publications like Life and the New York Times, with the latter remarking that his work was 'jazzy and up-to-date...an artist to watch'. 

In 1972, following accolades such as the Sao Paulo 9 Biennale, James went into self-imposed exile to develop his artistic expression away from the constraints of the material world. During this time, his 'Marilyn Triptych' stayed in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, where it resides to this day.

"For me it is absolutely exciting to return to Great Britain after so many years. I am happy that my works are shown here, because here art has always played an important part in people's lives - just like in mine."

James Francis Gill

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