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 Established in 1972, CCA Galleries is one of the world’s leading fine art publishers, printers and distributers, specialising in limited edition silkscreen prints, lithographs and etchings produced at Worton Hall Studios. Over fifty years CCA has built a unique and eclectic archive of original prints and works including Modern British paintings and sculptures by some of Britain’s most respected and eminent artists. 

 

 CCA is proud to present the works of Sir Peter Blake, Bruce Mclean, Barbara Rae, Sir Terry Frost, Sandra Blow, Donald Hamilton Fraser, Storm Thorgerson, Dan Baldwin, Nic Fiddian Green, Frank Bowling, Danny Rolph, Lucie Bennett, Jacky Tsai, Lucy Farley, John Piper and many more.

  • NEW PRINTS RELEASES

    Officially Launched at London Original Print Fair 2022

     

    Peter Blake

    Marcel Duchamp's World Tour, The Tower Ballroom, Blackpool - Superheroes Convention - A Parody

    Edition of 80

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    Dan Baldwin

    Fragmented Landscape

    Edition of 50

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    Lucie Bennett

    Candy Sea

    Edition of 20

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    Lucie Bennett

    Terracotta

    Edition of 50

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    Lucie Bennett

    Girl in Ink

    Edition of 50

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    Bruce McLean

    Blue Anemones with Striped Vase

    Edition of 50

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    Henrik Simonsen

    March Morning

    Edition of 70

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    Henrik Simonsen

    Red and Green

    Edition of 70

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    Chris Orr

    Moonlight Flit - Bacchus and Cupid

    Edition of 50

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    • Sources of Pop Art 7

      Sources of Pop Art 7

      'Some of the Sources of Pop Art 7' is signed, limited edition 24 colour silkscreen print with high gloss, matt glazes, diamond dust and red glitter, by Godfather of Pop Art @peterblakeartist.

      Blake’s iconic Sources of Pop Art series contains some of his most recognised works to date. With many of the editions, which range from I-VII, now sold out, these works see Blake create a grid from square images such as vintage photographs of Hollywood stars, musicians and pin-ups, with iconic flags and symbols peppered into the mix.

      ‘Some of the Sources of Pop Art 7' published by CCA Galleries in 2009, is a a culmination of the original 6 Sources of Pop images in a fabulous montage, with a composition that features images of many 60s cultural icons such as Elvis Presley, James Dean, Shirley Temple, Marilyn Monroe and Mickey Mouse.

      We have a very small number of this print still available. Click through to view and enquire through our website.
    • Celebrating Peter Blake

      Celebrating Peter Blake

      Continuing our week of works by @peterblakeartist in the run up to his 90th birthday on Saturday, today on the grid is the fantastic ‘American Trilogy’, which sees the artist present three American icons: the US flag, Elvis Presley and Coca Cola, to create a piece of classic Pop Art.

      Setting out to celebrate the roots of Pop Art, representing the power of mass consumer products and popular culture, at the same time it reflects the USA’s role in leading such a mass cultural revolution in the 1950s.

      There are three versions of this beautifully crafted silkscreen print, each one featuring embossing and hand-applied gold or silver leaf; two finished with diamond dust. This repetition of imagery with a slight variation on colour or surface texture is reminiscent of the work of Andy Warhol, and serves the double purpose of reflecting the endless ‘sameness’ of mass production and rooting American Trilogy deep in the Pop Art tradition. The choice of monochrome background colours lends greater visual impact to the trilogy motifs, as well as marking a more subtle and sophisticated approach.

      ‘American Trilogy (Black and Silver Diamond Dust)’ is a signed, limited edition silkscreen with silver leaf, embossing and diamond dust print by Peter Blake. Click on the image to view and purchase through our website.

    • Heart by Peter Blake

      Heart by Peter Blake

      This piece by @peterblakeartist is an absolute classic and one of our all time favourites here at CCA Galleries.

      Such a simple image, yet instantly recognisable as a work by the Godfather of Pop Art, ‘Heart’, a signed, limited edition silkscreen published in 2019, sees Blake use simple shapes and forms to create another iconic piece applying a colour palette of distinctive primary hues.

      Click through to view and purchase ‘Heart’ through our website.

      Watch this space for more Peter Blake works for the rest of the week in the run up to the artist’s 90th birthday on Saturday.

    • Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition

      Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition

      Today sees the opening of the @royalacademyarts Summer Exhibition, and to coincide with our @peterblakeartist week in the run up to his 90th birthday on Saturday, is this fantastic Summer Exhibition Poster, designed by Blake in 1975 for the 207th edition of the show, which also exists as a limited edition silkscreen, published by CCA Galleries in 2012.

      As Pop took hold of London in the ‘60s and ‘70s, so too did it take hold of the Summer Exhibition. Having famously designed the Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band record sleeve in 1967, Blake designed the poster for the 1975 Summer Exhibition at the RA. It wasn’t until 26 years later however when the likes of Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst having forced a reassessment of what could be considered “art” in the RA’s Sensation exhibition in 1997 that Blake co-ordinated the Summer Exhibition. He included works by musicians Paul McCartney and Ronnie Wood, as well as Hirst and Emin.

      His image for the poster, later titled ‘Academy’ for the print, is packed with all the wit and humour that we expect from Blake's collage-based compositions. Here the grand and formal surroundings of the Academy are populated with an interesting mix of people sourced from eclectic printed materials including Ian Dury, milk maids and little girls in kimonos; all cultures, eras and walks of life are here and are juxtaposed in a surreal manner. Instead of 'high art' on the walls of the Academy we find a cheeky nude Victorian postcard, a very kitsch kitten, and a panel from Blake's own 'Got a Girl' painting of 1960-61. Again Blake is defying our expectations, but always in a light-hearted and affectionate tone. 'Academy' gently mocks the 18th and 19th century paintings of the great and the good milling around the gallery interior, where pictures are hung all the way up to the ceiling and everyone seems more interested in the latest society gossip than in looking at the artworks.

      Academy' is a signed limited silkscreen print with glazes. Click on the image to view and purchase through our website.