James Jean Art Prints Available

James Jean’s debut show at Jonathan Levine Gallery is creating more hype, excitement, and chatter around the art world than almost any other exhibit in recent memory.  The work is absolutely stunning, and while the originals are out of most of our price ranges, the gallery just made it much more affordable to own some of his artwork.  They have just announced the release of two brand new giclee prints, both based on pieces in the current “Kindling” show.  All the details are below.  To order, either shoot Jonathan Levine Gallery an email or call them at (212) 243-3822.

“Toy Maker”

22″ x 42.5″ Giclee, Edition of 50, $600:

Detail Shots of “Toy Maker”:

“Ballad”

21″ x 29.5″ Giclee, Edition of 50, $400:

Detail Shots of “Ballad”:

31 Responses to “James Jean Art Prints Available”

  1. … had to comeback to this post to take another look at the prints. These are stunning!!!!

  2. Have you been to the gallery site – You can get sketch original for the same price – there are like 2-3 left
    Not as colorful or in any means as large but an original for $600

  3. FYI:
    Flat-pack update from the JLG: “our art handler builds a special flat-pack box that is about 2 inches deep, which makes it literally impossible for it to bend.”

  4. i’ve ordered several things from jonathanlevinegallery.com, and they have always been packed well. Great people to deal with!

  5. Haven’t posted here in a long while, but just thought I’d comment on the awesomeness of what I’m seeing. Thanks, Mitch for keeping us grunts in the loop. FR

  6. Firstly, these are beautiful pieces. I really wish those white lines werent on the piece. I guess this was a triptych as an original. Does anybody know why they are on there?

    I thought there was 4 prints being sold. Has this changed? The other 2 prints were Vanity and Hare. Maybe Vanity is not numbered, only signed and are old copies. Does anybody know?

  7. I had to order “Ballad” because it is simply amazing. One of the most stunning images to come around in years.
    As for bigandround’s questions – The white lines are in both prints because the original paintings are multi-panel paintings, so small white lines are in the place of where there are separate panels in the originals. The gallery also let me know that James did supply the gallery with some prints for “Vanity” but that they are open editions and not numbered. They do not know how many prints James made or will make of “Vanity” as it is an open edition. The image size for the “Vanity” print is 17 x 22 and it is selling from the gallery for $85. I didn’t ask about “Hare” as the “Vanity” print only came up in conversion because I said it was a stunning image and the person at Jonathan Levine who took my order let me know that it was also a print available and all the details. They are really nice there so if you have any questions, call them.

  8. Thanks dodrop!

  9. huh. i’m trying to leave a comment, but it’s not working for some reason…

    anyhow, Hare, Vanity, and Maze are available at processrecess.com

  10. LOL. Someone on expressobeans wants to sell his BALLAD print for $15,000. What a moron.

  11. I picked up a toymaker….I have a massive kaiju collection and a painting of a mystical toy maker is the perfect thing to compliment my collection. I look so forward to having this on my wall. 🙂

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