In this large scale giclée print, Harland Miller has reworked a rare design from the archive of Penguin Books; The Russian Review periodical, published in the 1940’s. Miller has hand finished the work with oil paint and pencil annotations in the margins making it a unique 1/1 print.


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Harland Miller (English, b. 1964) is a writer and artist who is most well known for his giant canvases of Penguin Book covers. Through his work he marries aspects of Pop art, abstraction and figurative painting. Miller was the writer in residence at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London for 2002.

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Love Saves The Day, 2017
Giclée print, hand finished
153 x 110 cm (60.24 x 43.31 in) - Size without frame
Signed on recto
Estimate £25,000
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Love Saves The Day
  • Dimensions
    153 x 110 cm (60.24 x 43.31 in) - Size without frame