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White and Black Dress
MICHAEL JOHNSON

White and Black Dress

c. 1965, acrylic on board

Like ‘White Leotard with Red Spot’, Johnson painted this to pitch to art directors at fashion magazines. They were some of the first images Johnson created with acrylic paint, which first became available in the 1960s. Before this, illustrators would use casein paint which dried very slowly. With acrylic, illustrators have to work quickly whilst it’s wet because it is waterproof when dry.

Lever Gallery Limited Edition Prints

Professional high-resolution scan, colour adjusted to closely represent original artwork. Giclée print on 100% Cotton Rag ‘Hahnemühle’ 308gsm Fine Art Paper, using archival pigmented inks.

LG Series One 2016    

Edition of 50 + 5 artist's proofs, each signed by the artist

Paper size 59.5 cm X 42 cm  

LG Series Two 2016    

Edition of 50 + 5 artist's proofs, each signed by the artist

Paper size 110 cm X 67 cm

If you have any questions regarding these editions please email info@levergallery.com

White and Black Dress - Signed Limited Edition Print
44 Available - £450.00
White and Black Dress - Signed Limited Edition Print Series 2
50 Available - £750.00