Grayson Perry CBE RA (born 1960) is an English contemporary artist. He is known for his ceramic vases, tapestries and cross-dressing, as well as his observations of the contemporary arts scene, and for dissecting British "prejudices, fashions and foibles".
A stunning and incredibly rare ceramic plate.
Handmade by the artist circa 1992. Signed with potter's mark (on the underside) Glazed earthenware. Measuring 26cm (10 1/4in) diameter.
The artists ceramic work is extremely sought after and rarely available. Get this now before next years exhibition of his early work drives prices even higher.
Grayson Perry created this Limited Edition flag on the occasion of his exhibition the, The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever!, .
This handmade appliqué flag is inspired by Asafo flags, which provided visual representations of military companies, especially among the Fante in present-day Ghana from the 18th century onwards.
A devoted fan of motorcycling, Perry designed this flag for an imaginary motorcycle gang.
A surefire future investment work.
Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.
Below are some of the works that we have previously sold. If you would like us to source a work by this artist, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
A superbly detailed, original, pen and ink drawing of an engine, familiar in style to a classic 'Haynes' manual illustration.
In the drawing Perry has replaced what would in the manuals have been technical descriptions, with witty and acerbic reflections on modern life.
Why is this rare?
This is a unique drawing, so is incredibly hard to come by. It was created for a charity auction held in Bristol in 2015.
A limited edition skateboard with wall fitting.
Offset lithograph and screenprint in colours, 2017, on wooden skateboard deck, stamped-signed.
From the edition of 999, co-published by the artist and The Skateroom, Brussels, overall size 800 x 200 x 10mm (31 1/2 x 7 7/8 x 3/8in)
Through his collaboration with The Skateroom, Grayson Perry pays tribute to the beloved Duchess of Cambridge, comically calling the edition “Kate Board”. The artwork was created especially for the collaboration and offers, as Perry puts it, a rare opportunity to stand atop a member of the Royal Family.