St Pancras Editions

“Jean Harlow”

Gerald Laing, 2011

Jean Harlow (Gerald Laing)

Framing options

White

The most popular choice of framing of contemporary art, ‘white box framing’ subtly yet sleekly puts the emphasis on the artwork alone while suitable for any decor.

  • Tulip wood frame sprayed paper white
  • (22mm face x 45mm depth)
  • Mounted on Heritage White Conservation board
  • Glazed with 3mm Ultra-Violet protective Perspex with strap hangers

Black

This black stained frame has a slightly thinner face and is in a soft-matte ebony to provide a bolder look that still remains sleek.

  • Tulip wood frame ebony stained with matt lacquer topcoat
  • (19mm face x 45mm depth)
  • Mounted on Heritage White Conservation board
  • Glazed with 3mm Ultra-Violet protective Perspex with strap hanger

White Gold Leaf Framing

For an extra bit of ‘Hollywood’ this white-gold leaf framing with paper white sides elegantly matches Miss Harlow’s platinum-leaf and silver-dollar foil

  • Tulip wood frame with white gilded (white gold leaf)
  • Face and hand-finished paper white sides
  • (22mm face x 45mm depth)
  • Mounted on Heritage White Conservation board
  • Glazed with 3mm Ultra-Violet protective Perspex with split baton hanging device

Unframed

St Pancras Editions is honoured and privileged to launch with an exclusive silkscreen edition by an artist of such calibre and historical importance as Gerald Laing. Embodying glamour, style & sophistication, this inaugural St Pancras edition which poignantly has become Laing's final project- is an exclusive silkscreen print of his iconic 1964 painting ‘Jean Harlow’ from the hotel’s permanent art collection.

  • Edition of 200
  • 15-colour hand-printed silkscreen
  • Hand-applied platinum leaf & silver-dollar foil
  • 400gsm velin arches blanc paper
  • 86 x 121 cm (sheet) / 74 x 105 cm (image)
  • Titled, numbered in pencil
  • Printed by Artizan Editions, Hove
  • Publisher & artist blindstamped
  • With certificate of authenticity in
    St Pancras Editions folio
  • Signed and dated in pencil by the artist

The Artist:

Gerald Laing

The Inspiration:

Jean Harlow



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