Publisher’s Vault

Welcome to the Publisher's Vault Here you will find some our most exclusive offerings from Intaglio Editions' private collection, available now through May 31, 2022.  New and unusual prints, collections, vintage fine art, and limited stock printer's proofs below may be removed as work sells and new pieces added at any time without notice during [...]

“Bill Bruford, Bristol 1981” by Tony Levin – cancelled, steel-backed polymer photogravure plate (unsigned)

“Bill Bruford, Bristol 1981” by Tony Levin – cancelled, steel-backed polymer photogravure plate (unsigned)

Own this exceptional, conversation piece and art object from Timeless-Prints.com and Tony Levin.  It is a modern, steel-backed, polymer plate used in the making of his signed, photogravure print editions.

These are among the printing plates we’ve exhausted already in the creation of Tony’s limited edition, King Crimson print collection.  Rather than recycle them immediately, we’ve decided to curate them, and offer them to the public! The plates are steel-backed and can be easily mounted onto any wood or metal surface with adhesive magnets. These curious, King Crimson objects d’art from our printing project with Tony won’t last long and are only available during our Printer’s Proof Summer Sale, now through May 31.

All plate sales are final.  Please see below for more info before purchasing. 

Printer’s Proof Summer Sale ends in [wpcdt-countdown id="7454"]

“Royal Albert Hall 2019” by Tony Levin – cancelled, steel-backed polymer photogravure plate (unsigned)

“Royal Albert Hall 2019” by Tony Levin – cancelled, steel-backed polymer photogravure plate (unsigned)

Own this exceptional, conversation piece and art object from Timeless-Prints.com and Tony Levin.  It is a modern, steel-backed, polymer plate used in the making of his signed, photogravure print editions.

These are among the printing plates we’ve exhausted already in the creation of Tony’s limited edition, King Crimson print collection.  Rather than recycle them immediately, we’ve decided to curate them, and offer them to the public! The plates are steel-backed and can be easily mounted onto any wood or metal surface with adhesive magnets. These curious, King Crimson objects d’art from our printing project with Tony won’t last long and are only available during our Printer’s Proof Summer Sale, now through May 31.

All plate sales are final.  Please see below for more info before purchasing. 

Printer’s Proof Summer Sale ends in [wpcdt-countdown id="7454"]

“Robert Fripp, Krakow 2018” – cancelled, steel-backed, polymer printing plate (unsigned)

“Robert Fripp, Krakow 2018” – cancelled, steel-backed, polymer printing plate (unsigned)

Own this exceptional, conversation piece and art object from Timeless-Prints.com and Tony Levin.  It is a polymer plate used in the making of his signed, photogravure print editions.  The plate is from an original, digital photograph by Tony and is of guitarist Robert Fripp at sound check in Krakow, Poland, 2018. 

These are among the printing plates we’ve exhausted already in the creation of Tony’s limited edition, King Crimson print collection.  Rather than recycle them immediately, we’ve decided to curate them, and offer them to the public! The plates are steel-backed and can be easily mounted onto any wood or metal surface with adhesive magnets. These curious, King Crimson objects d’art from our printing project with Tony won’t last long and are only available during our Printer’s Proof Summer Sale, now through May 31.

All plate sales are final.  Please see below for more info before purchasing. 

Printer’s Proof Summer Sale ends in [wpcdt-countdown id="7454"]

Perseus and Andromeda (large, signed printer’s proof by Bill Janssen)

Perseus and Andromeda (large, signed printer’s proof by Bill Janssen)

Own this delightful painting by Bill Janssen as a 24 x 30″/ 61 x 76 cm,  large color inkjet print on heavy-weight paper!  Inspired by the ornate, Japanese fans that are often seen hanging in shop windows in Japantown in San Francisco, and around the world.

Perfect to liven up any room.  This large, limited edition pigment inkjet print of an original impasto watercolor painting by Bill Janssen is the jewel in the crown of his collection.  Buy it today!

As noted in the title, this is a Printer’s Proof, which may have slight coloration differences from the final edition prints, or dents in the surface or corners.  All sales of these special prints are final.

Printer’s Proof Summer Sale ends in [wpcdt-countdown id="7454"]

The Eye like a Strange Balloon Mounts toward Infinity, Odilon Redon, 1882 : Historic Handmade Prints Reimagined Series

The Eye like a Strange Balloon Mounts toward Infinity, Odilon Redon, 1882 : Historic Handmade Prints Reimagined Series

This open edition print is being made from polymer photogravure plate as an 11×15″ (23×38 cm) bleed print, meaning the print goes over the edge of the deckled edge of the paper. The artist’s original signature is also included below the artwork. This image was taken from an original, held in the archive of The MOMA

Part of our series of Historic Handmade Prints Reimagined print series where we take historic work in the public domain, and edition them as contemporary photogravure prints.

 

Frances and the Faeries – by Elsie Wright and Frances Griffiths, 1917 : Historic Handmade Art Reimagined Series

Frances and the Faeries – by Elsie Wright and Frances Griffiths, 1917 : Historic Handmade Art Reimagined Series

This hand-colored photogravure print is one of our favorite. The photograph was made by Elsie Wright and Frances Griffiths, in 1917 when they were 9 and 16 years old, respectively. The photo is of Frances. See below for the history of the piece and how it came to prominence.

The 11 x 15″ (28 x 38 cm) traditional print is made from a water-etched, polymer photogravure plate on an intaglio press using Hahnemuhle Copperplate 300 g/sm paper from Germany, with hand-application of inks to create the color in the fairies, making each print unique. This print, is an open edition, and made to last a lifetime.

Part of our series of our Historic Art Reimagined Series print series where we take historic work in the public domain, and edition them as contemporary photogravure prints.

“One Plus Four” – signed, 4-Color Lithograph Print by Bonnie Lybrook

“One Plus Four” – signed, 4-Color Lithograph Print by Bonnie Lybrook

This large, original, 4-color plate lithograph “One Plus Four” was designed from a digital photograph by Bonnie Lybrook and was printed under the direction of the late Clinton Cline, former Printmaking Professor and  Arts Department Chair at CU Boulder.

It is of a collection of 4 Chinese teapots, and tea container.

It was made using 4, unique photo-litho plates separated into Blue, Red, Yellow and Black elements of the image.  They are then inked up, registered on a lithography press.  The paper is then printed on four times.  Once for each color plate.

There are only 7 prints total in this edition.

Tony Levin – Full Photography Interview

WATCH: The Full Interview with artist Tony Levin on his Photography and Music Work Tony Levin King Crimson Photography Interview – September 2021 Interviewer: Anthony Garone of Make Weird Music Interviewer [00:00]: We are here with Tony Levin in his workshop/studio. And Tony is the basis from King Crimson, Peter Gabriel, and about a thousand … Read More