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Third Time Lucky - Hand-finished

$10,801.00 $10,801.00 Edition of 70

80cm x 60cm 80cm x 60cm

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Spanish artist Javier Calleja’s candid, glassy-eyed portraits have seen him amass a dedicated following of fans and collectors around the world. 


Third Time Lucky is one of three editions launching in June 2021, each one an entirely new composition incorporating the artist’s distinctive character stylings and irreverent slogans. 

 

The edition of 70 is printed on 300gr off-white Arches Velin paper, combining a traditional soft ground etching using a copper plate with unique hand-finished elements in pencil and watercolour that mean no two pieces are the same. Each piece is signed, dated and numbered by the artist.

 

Launch Details

Please note that this will be an invite only launch. Further details will be shared in due course with those who register their interest on this page. The deadline for sign ups will be Friday 4th June.


All collectors will be required to agree to a resale agreement, Certificates of Authenticity will be dispatched 6 months after launch and each customer is limited to a single piece from the series of 3 editions.

 

Accompanying Editions

First Look, Javier Calleja
Second Chance Always, Javier Calleja

Moonlight Inc.
“20 years in the framing business, I have never been more blown away with the quality of a print”

We produce all of our works using the world’s best printing houses in collaboration with our artists

Felipe Pantone
“The quality of your packaging is astonishing”

We ship every Avant Arte edition in custom made wooden boxes with foam and board protection

AA collector
"This piece is truly something we will cherish forever. Thank you for all that you do for the art community!”

And deliver them by international courier together with with certificates of authenticity and bespoke handling gloves

Calleja's work is equally sarcastic as it is sensitive. His portraits depict stylised figures with exaggerated heads and big, melting eyes, reminiscent of Manga or Anime characters. 

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