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AGBI Bicentenary Print

Signed by: Peter Blake


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£1,250 Excl Tax

AGBI Bicentenary Print


AGBI Bicentenary Print


About AGBI Bicentenary Print

This archival inkjet print celebrates the bicentenary of the Artists’ General Benevolent Institution (AGBI). Profits from the sale of the Print will go to the AGBI to support artists who can no longer work due to accident, illness or old age. This limited edition comprises 50 numbered copies for sale to the public of which on 15 now remain. In addition, 42 proof copies were numbered in roman numerals and gifted to each artist who contributed work. Each print is signed in pencil by all the contributing artists. In addition there is one B.A.T. copy for the AGBI archive, one H/C for the Chelsea Arts Club collection, and one H/c printer’s proof. The Artists’ General Benevolent Institution (AGBI) was founded by J.M.W. Turner in 1814 and incorporated by Royal Charter in 1842, it is one of the oldest charities in the United Kingdom. The AGBI financially supports professional artists in need living in England, Wales and Northern Ireland who cannot work or earn due to accident, illness or older age. The AGBI is a charity run for artists by artists.


Ivor Abrahams RA, Val Archer, Stephen Bartlett, Peter Blake CBE, William Bowyer RA, Simon Burton, Michael Craig-Martin RA, Gus Cummings RA, Andrew Curtis, Brenda Evans, Brad Faine, Stephen Farthing RA, Duggie Fields, Peter Freeth RA, Anthony Frost, Martin Fuller, Christian Furr, Maggi Hambling CBE, Gerrard Hemsworth, Nichola Hicks MBE, Georgie Hopton, Ken Howard OBE RA, Patrick Hughes, Gary Hume RA, Paul Huxley RA, Ben Johnson, Bryan Kneale RA, David Mach RA, Ronald Maddox, Christian Marclay, Roger McGough, Bruce McLean, Brendan Neiland, Chris Orr MBE RA, William Packer, Tom Phillips RA, Barbara Rae CBE RA, Justine Smith, Donald Smith, Steve Thomas, Joe Tilson RA, Gavin Turk.

Limited edition of 50


Signed by:

Peter Blake

Published by:


Limited edition of:



Archival Inkjet

Image size:

24.5 x 21 inches

Paper size:

31.5 x 27.5 inches