Adrian Henri


Valentine Painting, 1967
30 x 30cm
Edition of 80
Numbered and authenticated by the Adrian Henri Estate
Screenprinted in three colours on archival paper
by Fran Disley at the Bluecoat Print Studio

Liverpool-based Adrian Henri (1932-2000) trained as a painter under Richard Hamilton and Victor Pasmore. His early Pop Art sensibility translated into urban imagery, collages and hyperrealist paintings. He was also a pioneer of happenings in the UK, setting up the first Event in Liverpool in 1962, and authoring a landmark publication on environments and happenings, 'Total Art', in 1974. As a poet, Henri came to prominence alongside Roger McGough and Brian Patten with the groundbreaking Penguin anthology 'The Mersey Sound' (1967), and he remains best known as a writer of love poetry, charting chance encounters, everyday enchantments, false starts, reluctant separations.

Love is feeling cold in the back of vans
Love is a fan club with only two fans
Love is walking holding paintstained hands
Love is


This limited edition print captures the immediacy and the vitality of one of Henri’s most emblematic images. 



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