Giclée is the process of making fine art inkjet prints. All the prints are from original etchings or paintings of mine. I use archival Bockingford inkjet paper and light-fast pigment inks. The prints are A3 (42 x 30cms) in editions of 50 and signed and numbered. £75 - inc.p&p
The portraits are oil on fine linen. They are painted from a combination of sittings and photographs. The fee starts at £2,500.
The portraits shown are life-size copies of the originals and were done from photographs of the originals and/or from the actual paintings using old master techniques. The fee starts at £2000.
The still lifes of favourite objects: the selection of the objects is done in consultation with the client, and are chosen for their colour, texture, shape and size, as well as the clients' level of affection for the objects. The fee is priced per object and is usually between £200 and £250 each. All the work is on fine linen.
All postage within the British mainland is free. For dispatch abroad a fee will be charged at the standard rate.
Robert Tilleard was born in England in 1949. After Canterbury College of Art he did a degree at Bristol (inc. a year seconded to the post-graduate Radio, Film and Television course at the University) and a post-graduate course in teaching at Brighton. After studying stone lithography in France (and his first one-man show in Monte Carlo) he received a major bursary from the Southern Arts Association. He taught in Kent and later taught etching at Cranborne Chase School in Wiltshire. He lives in south west Wiltshire.
tel: +44 (0)1747 870801
Pythouse Farm Cottage, Tisbury, Salisbury, Wiltshire, UK SP3 6NY