Giclée prints from paintings of the 1960s


Cube 1965

K series 1966

4 corners 1967

Building blocks 1969

giclée /50 45 x 35

giclée /50 30 x 50

giclée /50 paper 40 x 40 cm

giclée /50 paper 40 x 40 cm

Cascade from 1970

giclée /75 paper 40 x 56

Dazzle /25 image 35 x 38cm - paper size 79.5 x 58 cm

Screenprint made by the artist in his studio using handcut stencils in 1968. 9 available

Derby Art Gallery U.K. has an example in its collection donated by the Contemporary Art Society


"Giclée" is a term used to describe high quality ink jet prints which use pigment based pêrmanent inks on conservation quality paper.

The prints on this page are digital reconstructions of works devised by Oliver Bevan during the 1960s, which were either sold, or no longer exist. Had this technology been available at the time he woud most certainly have taken advantage of it! It would have enabled collectors to acquire his work at a very reasonable price. This is still the case. The four prints above, on 210 gm Canson Fine Art paper, numbered and signed by the artist were made under his supervision at the Atelier Bervillé in Arpaillargues, near Uzès, a multi technique studio at the disposition af artists and print publishers. To enquire further please contact Oliver Bevan

'Cascade', to your left is published by James Pardey. It can be ordered through the Fontana Modern Masters web site.