The London Original Print Fair at the Royal Academy brings together some 50 international exhibitors with expert print knowledge, and offers collectors the opportunity to buy rare contemporary, modern and old master prints. Covering all aspects of printmaking, it includes lithographs, etchings, engravings, woodcuts, screenprints and digital prints. 2014’s fair features an array of newly published prints, including work from Gillian Ayres, Mat Collishaw, and Richard Deacon.
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