James Marsh: Contender
Size: 29.7 x 42cm (A3)
Paper: Archival Pigment Print on 285gsm, fine art, archival, portrait rag
About James Marsh
Born in 1946 in Yorkshire, England, James Marsh is a U.K.-based artist, designer, illustrator and writer who has worked internationally in all aspects of the visual and fine arts, with clients in advertising, publishing and other media. After After graduating in 1956 with a National Diploma in Design, he moved to London, starting his music related career at Pye records, moving on to Decca Records, before joining Alan Aldridge (when forming “Ink Studios”). That led him to some high-profile projects at that time, including the acclaimed book “The Beatles Illustrated Lyrics”, published in 1969, and Andy Warhol’s “Chelsea Girls” poster. Since then he has maintained a long, distinguished career in the arts and still continues to evolve.
Our prints are produced using Giclee print processes on 285gsm, premium quality, fine art archival paper with authentic UV inks. This practice produces gallery-quality prints, with superb depth of colour, longevity and stability of 80+ years.
Prints are accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, blind embossed with our company seal.
Our frames are handmade from sustainably sourced, natural wood, using acid free archival materials. We use acrylic glass on frames that require shipping to ensure they arrive undamaged.