Jeremy King, Hand-Colored Limited Edition, DAC Collection



This is a limited edition hand-colored litho measuring 26″ x 20″ including the margins. The image is 15 1/2″ x 21 1/2″.  Condition is just fine.  Image 124/275, pencil signed and numbered. It is  on wove paper mounted on cardboard, ready to be framed. Buyer pays for shipping.


Jeremy, born in 1933, is one of England’s greatest country landscape water colorist and he is known worldwide  for his beautiful paintings.

Jeremy King was born in Oundle, Northamptonshire in 1933. Before doing his National Service Jeremy King studied at the Lancaster College of Arts and Crafts and after at the London University Institute of Education.

In the 50’s and 60’s Jeremy King taught art and 3D design pottery. Leaving teaching in 1967, Jeremy King took up painting and lithography full time, working in ateliers in Spain, Paris and at the Curwen Studio, London.

In the mid-seventies Jeremy King moved to Port Isaac in Cornwall with his wife, the painter Brenda King and their three small children. He later moved to St Ives, where he presently lives and works.

Jeremy King has exhibited widely throughout England, including the Royal Academy and the Royal Institute of Oil Painting. He has held one man shows in the U.S.A., Paris and Tokyo. His latest show abroad was in Brittany in 2002 where he exhibited with his wife Brenda King, whose work is also shown at the Glass House. Jeremy’s work is also to be found in the Tate Gallery’s print collection.

Jeremy King paints mainly on location, from his original work a number of images evolve from this practice, ranging from representational to abstract.