born in 1972 in devon, england, jayson lilley is a british contemporary artist who incorporates the practices of painting, collage and printmaking. he is recognised for producing works of urban scenes and iconic architecture. with influences coming from japanese ukiyo-e and constructivism, jayson has great admiration for the work of katsushika hokusai and alexander rodchenko.
about the artwork
this is a limited edition of 39 signed hand-pulled screen print, hand-finished with 24ct gold leaf and ink. it is available in one size 107 x 48 cm and is sold unframed. framing available upon request.
we undertake to dispatch the artwork within 2 days of placing the order. it will be sent rolled in a postal tube via royal mail 1st class special delivery at an additional package and postage cost of £20.