On the 5th of March, Roseberys’ Prints & Multiples sale will feature a remarkable selection of distinguished artists, such as Damien Hirst, David Hockney, Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, Bob Dylan, Harland Miller, Invader, KAWS and Banksy. This diverse collection spans decades, styles, and mediums, offering a wide array of choices from lithographs and etchings to screenprints and sculptures, catering to every art enthusiast's taste.



Lot 402: Damien Hirst, Love is All You Need, 2016


An exceptional and rare screenprint by Damien Hirst entitled ‘Love is All You Need, 2016’ will be available with an estimate of £60,000-80,000. This print is particularly special as it is dedicated to Hirst’s brother Bradley on his 50th birthday, effectively making it a unique work. It’s very unusual to have such a long dedication. A collector with a 50th birthday coming up might be attracted to this work! It’s sister work in the same auction the Gold Gift spot of 2008 is also dedicated to his brother Bradley at £8,000-12,000.


Lot 294: Keith Haring, Growing 4, 1988

Another striking work is ‘Growing 4, 1988’ by Keith Haring, with an estimate of £40,000-60,000. This impressive print belongs to a British private collection and the provenance can be traced back to the prestigious Hamilton-Selway Fine Art Gallery. The black and yellow pattern is very striking in it’s vibrancy and showcases Haring’s best work. Most of these prints are sold in the USA so it's rare to have one here.

Lot 319: Bob Dylan, Sidetracks,

10th November 2003, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

From the American section, a notable work by Bob Dylan ‘Side Tracks, 10th November, 2003, Amsterdam, the Netherlands' will be auctioned with an estimate of £30,000-50,000. This unique giclée print is hand embellished in colours by the artist, and was based on Dylan's most famous image, ‘Train Tracks’, with each unique print carrying an individual date, city, and country, based on concerts performed by Dylan from 1961-2013. We also have a rare ironwork sculpture by the artist ‘Green sunflower variation’ produced in conjunction by Black Buffalo ironworks in Santa Monica, priced at £35-45000.


Lot 217: Harland Miller, Hell....Don't make me go down there, 10, 2020

Harland Miller's 'Hell....Don't make me go down there, 10, 2020', estimated at £40,000-60,000, is another highlight. Extensively hand re-touched by the artist, this giclee print with vibrant colours is a unique piece. Harland Miller’s prices for his unique pieces continue to hold a strong position in the market and are sought out by collectors. His works combine wit humour and bright colours.



Lot 281: Andy Warhol, Tattooed Woman Holding a Rose, circa 1955

Other noteworthy works include Andy Warhol’s ‘Tattooed Woman Holding a Rose, circa 1955’, set to be auctioned with an estimate of £16,000-18,000; ‘I Tried to Drown My Sorrows But the Bastards Learned to Swim, 2021’ (Lot 246), valued at £15,000-20,000 by The Connor Brothers, and Chris Levine’s lenticular print ‘Equanimity, 2012’ (Lot 198), estimated at £12,000-15,000.



Lot 439: Banksy, Golf Sale, 2003

Lastly, the Banksy collection featured in this sale boasts remarkable pieces including 'Golf Sale, 2003' with an estimated value of £10,000-15,000; 'Barcode, 2004' (Lot 440) estimated at £15,000-20,000; 'Happy Choppers, 2003' (Lot 444) valued at £15,000-20,000; and 'Rude Copper' (Lot 448), expected to fetch between £12,000-15,000 at auction.


Lot 380: David Yarrow, Ride the Ghost Train, USA, 2015


Other highlights include David Yarrow’s ‘Ride the Ghost Train, USA, 2015’, estimated at £12,000-18,000; KAWS’ ‘You Should Know I Know, 2015 (Lot 499) (estimate: £10,000-15,000); Gianfranco Meggiato’s sculpture ‘Sfera Antares, 2016’ (Lot 98), valued at £15,000-20,000; and Lorenzo Quinn’s bronze ‘Serenity Table’ (Lot 99), estimated at £5,000-7,000.