• 1930s Australia: the art deco designs ushering in a brave new world – in pictures

    The 1930s were a time of rapid modernisation in Australia, with construction and engineering feats, such as fast rail and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, butting up against the political and social upheaval of the Great Depression and the second world war. A new exhibition at NGV Australia, Brave New World: Australia 1930s, highlights how Australian …

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  • David Hockeny & Fini Frames

    Have you been to see the DAVID HOCKNEY EXHIBITION AT NGV yet?! We’ve been a few times so far, and luckily it’s on until March 13, so we might even drop in again! Yes, it’s that good. A bonus is that our official framers and good friends FINI FRAMES are responsible for all the framing …

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  • Happy New Year !

    Happy 2017 everyone! Hope you’ve all had a great Christmas period and soaked up some of the summer-time! We are back on deck and excited for the year ahead. Things starting off right with some brand new stock (see image) and also our NEW ARRIVALS section on the website. We also have some of our …

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  • Be wary of ‘second edition/copy’ of the Firebird !

    Attention to all customers that are interested in the Boris Bucan PETRUSKA- FIREBIRD. There is now “second edition/ reproduction” of this Poster.  As Jack Rennert  the  King of posters, has said ” Later reproductions though decorative have no real value.” Don’t hesitate to contact us for further information.   Thank you.  

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  • New Arrivals in the Gallery this month!

    Exciting new Original Posters have come into the Gallery after a long time sourcing posters in Paris ! Brett, the owner of Letitia Morris Gallery has been dedicated to source quality rare posters in excellent condition. At Letitia Morris Gallery we try sourcing the posters in fine condition for our loyal customers. We are also …

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  • Michel Quarez Poster Shipment

    Legendary poster artist Michel Quarez is a bit of a favourite around here, and we’re loving life in the gallery at the moment as our walls are lined with the bright fluro colours and creations of his work. Come in to visit our new Quarez wall, or have a look at our Quarez section on the …

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  • Galerie Maeght

      Many of our favourite posters come from the modern art gallery, Galerie Maeght (pronounced “mahg” with the “a” like make). Galerie Maeght is a well-known art gallery that was founded by Aime and Marguerite Maeght in 1936 in Cannes. At that time, La Riviera was a refuge for many artists and writers escaping occupied …

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  • LINEN BACKING

    Posters were originally printed on light and fragile paper to be quickly pasted up in the street. The process of laying down posters on cotton linen is an important archival technique of conservation, as well as adding aesthetic value. Linen backing involves the poster being mounted with wheat paste onto acid free paper and then …

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  • ARTHUR STREETON AND JAMES NORTHFIELD

    Last Friday gallery owner, Brett Ross, attended the opening of  “Land of the Golden Fleece—Arthur Streeton in the Western District” at the Geelong Gallery. Running from the 27th February through to the 13th June 2016, the exhibition centres around Arthur Streeton’s landscape paintings of Victoria’s Western District and coastal vistas from 1920 to 1932, including Lorne, Port Campbell, …

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  • ANTONI TAPIES AND GALERIE MAEGHT

    Antoni Tapies, (1923 – 2012) is one of Catalan’s best-known artists. His work and ideas have had significant influence on the art-world, where he co-founded the Dau al Set movement in Spain, which has also been associated with the Surrealist and Dadaist movements. Today his work can be found in numerous major international collections. Tapies …

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