Brighton one of the galleries at artrepublic.com
Welcome to our Brighton gallery
Our extensive Brighton gallery has one of the UK’s largest collections of framed limited edition & rare prints from cutting-edge artists.
Our gallery services include:
- Interest free* loans to spread the cost of your art
- Hand-crafted framing for your own works of art
- A specialist delivery service for framed prints
Don’t miss our Staff Recommendations page for the latest ideas from our experts. View the video below for our December gallery highlights including an outstanding Peter Blake limited edition, a brilliant contemporary Pop Art piece by Pakpoom Silaphan and a beautiful Jake Wood-Evans art work.
Our Collector’s Corner page always has fresh ideas, featuring our most sought-after prints. Last Chance to Buy features the prints that are right at the end of their edition and once they’re gone, they’re gone forever!
How to find us
13 Bond Street
Tel: +44 (0)1273 724829
Mon - Fri 9.30 - 6.00 Saturday 9.00 - 6.00
Sunday 11.00 - 5.00
Bank Hols 10.30 - 5.30
24th December 9.30-5.00
27th & 28th Dec10.30-5.30
29th December 11.00-5.00
30th December 9.30- 6.00
31st December 9.30- 5.00
2nd January 10.30-5.30
Sara Pope is best known for her seductive paintings and limited edition prints of big, bright and beautiful celebrity lips. Her bold images pack a thought provoking Pop Art punch, raising questions about the ideals of beauty and the transience of celebrity culture. Here she tells artrepublic about her work in the fashion industry, her maths degree detour and her admiration for Grayson Perry…
Jake Wood-Evans is a fascinating artist working mainly in oil and making beautiful prints taken from the original oil paintings. His work has the ability to transcend time using a traditional medium in a new and exciting fashion exploring light and dark creating wonderfully atmospheric pieces. We discover more about his methods and inspiration from the Old Masters in our Q&A...
Sir Peter Blake has taken his masterful use of collage to the next level in his recent release of a three-dimensional Circus Collage triptych. Three individual boxes have been created especially to house the three circus scenes, archival inkjet prints painstakingly cut out by hand and displayed as an audience watching a magical circus performance.