• ATELIER MOURLOT

    Fernand Mourlot, grandson of the founder of Atelier Mourlot, is celebrated as being responsible for the resurgence of colour lithography. Largely thanks to Mourlot, artists such as Matisse, Miró, and Picasso, rediscovered the technique and used lithography not only as a form of printing, but as an artistic medium to further enrich their own work. …

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  • WARHOL AT NGV AND LETITIA MORRIS

    In celebration of the upcoming Andy Warhol and Ai Wei Wei exhibition at the NGV, we are excited to flaunt our Sunday B Morning Marilyns. It is believed that “Sunday B Morning” was founded by friends and associates of Andy Warhol. Arguably the B stands for “Bloody” yet little is known about the group to …

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  • POSTER FACT: D’APRÈS

    Pierre Etaix, (French actor-director-comedian) was not only the assistant director for Jacques Tati’s film Mon Oncle, 1958, but was the designer of the film’s iconic poster; a novelised silhouette of the central character, Monsieur Hulot. The Mon Oncle poster that we have is not the first edition of the poster printed in 1958, but an …

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  • NEW POSTERS ARRIVING !

    Hello ! Brett, the owner of ‘Letitia Morris Gallery’, is currently in France sourcing posters. He has sourced some beautiful rare posters, in order to add to the quality stock of posters we have already ! We are thrilled with the new finds and to keep customers thrilled with the choice and quality of our …

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  • HOW TO IDENTIFY AN ORIGINAL WORK

    We live in a world saturated by copies masquerading as originals, but luckily, there’s always a way to tell the difference. Take the late René Gruau’s 1964 work ‘Impermeable Blizzand’. On the left, you’ll see a common fake, whilst on the right, our original. Notice the change in black paint strokes, the difference in the …

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  • WARHOL – MARYLIN SUNDAY B MORNING

    The B was for Bloody , but don’t get Bloodied yourself… This is an Unlimited contemporary edition so make sure your pay a fair price . We think a maximum of $AUS500 each sheet except for the one stand out image . PS : this stands true also for the Flowers and Campbell Soup screenprints.

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