Beryl Cook’s limited edition art – selling fast everywhere

July 21, 2008 on 1:53 pm | In Beryl Cook, Famous Artists, Humour | 3 Comments

The rush for Beryl Cook’s work continues as the public continues to pay tribute to one of the UK’s most beloved artists by buying some of her signed limited edition pieces.

(The Birthday Cake by Beryl Cook)

The cheekiness of her work is something that brought a smile to so many of us, she seemed to capture something very quaint about British people’s lives and social behaviour.

(Dirty Dancing by Beryl Cook)

Although not as brash as saucy seaside humour, the type of which you see on postcards at British seaside destinations, there was still something very ‘tongue in cheek’ about her work. The scenes she painted, whether it be: a bar, a café or a music room and the characters within them, we can all identify some of those characters in own lives, or maybe we see ourselves!

(Shoe Shop by Beryl Cook)

The 4 lithographic images still available at published price are within this post, and make a good investment as all retail at under £300 (recommended retail price £282.00) and will be signed by the artist. Ill comment on her signed, Silkscreen, limited edition work and its investment value soon.

Some of her recent Lithographic sell outs, such as ‘Full House,’ ‘In the Snug’ & ‘Strip Poker’ are already Retailing at £400 – £500 in some shops, quite a good profit if you bought recently!

(Bus Stop by Beryl Cook)

Thank you

Russell

Useful Links:
http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1P2-16401525.html
http://www.socialaffairsunit.org.uk/blog/archives/000451.php



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  1. I dont think anyone comes close to her work

    Comment by John Higgins — July 21, 2008 #

  2. Isn’t this reminiscent of Botero’s work ? Being a true neophyte, I’m eager to learn how this can be considered a genuine foray into form and content

    Comment by Roman — July 30, 2008 #

  3. Cooks work is fascinating and in some way resembles some of the classic English seaside postcards that were popular many decades ago, which is an amusing comparison!

    Comment by Fine Art Lover — September 15, 2008 #

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