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An Imperfect Past by Jack Vettriano

Jack vettriano , an imperfect past

An Imperfect Past Price: £1500 / $1170 Order An Imperfect Past now

An Imperfect Past
Image Size: 28 1/8 x 22 3/8 inches, 71.4 x 56.8 cms
Paper Size: 35 x 28 ? inches, 88.9 x 72.4 cms
Paper: 400 gsm Velin Arches Blanc
Published in March 2003 Edition Size: 275
Hand-printed by Advanced Graphics London onto the highest quality hand made paper using 35 colours, each silkscreen is limited to an edition of 275. Each one has been individually signed and numbered in pencil by the artist . Order by phone on 01324 720038

Jack Vettriano scholarship to Fife college

Fife art student has received a helping hand from Jack Vettriano. Michelle Moir is studying art at the Adam Smith College and received a £500 scholarship to buy materials and an easel. The 18-year-old’s drawings and paintings, based on tension in the human body, caught judges’ eyes and clinched the grant. She admitted: “I was extremely shocked to win the scholarship because a lot of candidates applied. “I have always been fascinated by the human body so I worked this into my drawings and paintings. ”I got my inspiration from the way gymnasts’ bodies move when they perform.” She added: “I am a huge fan of Jack Vettriano, and we even have one of his prints in my house, so it was an honour to receive this. “Being able to buy these materials will definitely help me with my artwork.” Christine Robson, manager of the Adam Smith Foundation which runs the scholarship programmes for Adam Smith College, explained: “Being local to Fife, Jack Vettriano is a strong supporter of the College’s art students. “He is well aware of the cost of the materials needed for art courses and is keen to remove that barrier for our rising stars.” Other scholarship winners included Chris Milne (23) from Dysart, Craig McLaren (30) from Cowdenbeath and Tracy Warburton (32) from Kirkcaldy

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