Elizabeth Peyton (b. 1965) is one of the most successful living figurative painters. 

She rose to prominence in the early 1990's for her distinctive, intimate portraits of rock stars, close friends and celebrities. Her paintings were not simply images of worship or fandom - she was connected to, or at least acquainted with, many of her subjects. One of Peyton's significant early patrons/collectors was Courtney Love. 

Peyton began exploring printmaking in 1998 after being commissioned by the legendary art journal Parkett to create a multiple. In the succeeding years Peyton became engrossed in printmaking exploring many different media. 

This work from 2000 is one of Peyton's most iconic prints. The young royals are depicted in gentle pastel colors. Typical of Peyton's approach, the male features are some what lessened creating a more androgynous version of these famous brothers. Peyton has done several depictions of William and Harry, both together and individually. 

Peyton is one of the most collected living artists. The Museum of Modern Art (NYC) holds over thirty examples of her work in their permanent collection. On the secondary market her auction record is at $1.7 million. This print is an ideal work for a young collector. 

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Signed, dated and numbered by the artist.

From an edition of 350.

Lithograph in colors on wove paper 

24"H 19"W (work)

Very good condition




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