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b. 1960 -

Known primarily for his work in ceramics, Grayson Perry is a British artist whose pieces often incorporate an autobiographical slant featuring his alter ego, Claire. As an open transvestite, Perry rejects the ideas of rigid masculinity, an opinion chronicled in his book, The Descent of Man. In addition to his pottery, Grayson Perry creates prints that are colorful abstracts, many of them including fantastical maps or portraits from his Snapshots of Julie series.

Grayson Perry's artwork has led him to a secondary career as an author of several books and a frequent lecturer, both in person and on the BBC. His main medium, pottery, is often subversive and unexpected, as Grayson Perry's ceramics use traditional vessels and forms combined with complex techniques and adornments. Invaluable has many other unique ceramic and pottery pieces for sale, and a wide variety of styles can be found at auction.

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                • Grayson Perry (b.1960) Comfort Blanket
                  Jul. 03, 2024

                  Grayson Perry (b.1960) Comfort Blanket

                  Est: £1,200 - £1,800

                  Grayson Perry (b.1960) Comfort Blanket Digital print on blanket, 2014, with the artist's woven monogramme on a label verso, from the edition of circa 50, printed by Kit Grover Retail Culture, published by the National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh, printed to the edges, overall 1720 x 1350mm (67 3/4 x 53in) This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

                  Forum Auctions - UK
                • Grayson Perry (b.1960) Piggy Bank
                  Jul. 03, 2024

                  Grayson Perry (b.1960) Piggy Bank

                  Est: £700 - £900

                  Grayson Perry (b.1960) Piggy Bank The painted and glazed ceramic multiple, 2017, with the artist's logo on the underside, from the edition of an unknown size, published by the Serpentine Gallery, London, within the original grey cardboard box, overall 260 x 130 x 130mm (10 1/4 x 5 1/8 x 5 1/8in) This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

                  Forum Auctions - UK
                • Grayson Perry (b.1960) Gay Black Cats MC
                  Jul. 03, 2024

                  Grayson Perry (b.1960) Gay Black Cats MC

                  Est: £3,000 - £5,000

                  Grayson Perry (b.1960) Gay Black Cats MC Handmade cotton fabric and embroidery appliqué flag, 2017, signed and numbered from the edition of 150 on the accompanying certificate of authenticity in black ink, published by Serpentine Galleries, London, housed within the original card box, overall 970 x 1480mm (38 x 58 1/4in)  This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

                  Forum Auctions - UK
                • Grayson Perry (b.1960) England As Seen from Lockdown in Islington
                  Jul. 03, 2024

                  Grayson Perry (b.1960) England As Seen from Lockdown in Islington

                  Est: £5,000 - £7,000

                  Grayson Perry (b.1960) England As Seen from Lockdown in Islington Digital print in colours on cotton, 2021, signed in pencil on the accompanying certificate of authenticity, numbered from the edition of 150, co-published by Victoria Miro Gallery and Paragon Press, London, the full sheet printed to the edges, sheet 1500 x 1115mm (59 x 45 1/4in) This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

                  Forum Auctions - UK
                • Large Expensive Abstract Painting
                  Jun. 26, 2024

                  Large Expensive Abstract Painting

                  Est: £60,000 - £80,000

                  Grayson Perry b. 1960 Large Expensive Abstract Painting tapestry 200 by 300 cm. 78¾ by 118⅛ in. Executed in 2019, this work is number 8 from an edition of 12 plus 3 artist's proofs.

                  Sotheby's
                • Grayson Perry (British 1960-), 'Gay Black Cats MC', 2017
                  Jun. 19, 2024

                  Grayson Perry (British 1960-), 'Gay Black Cats MC', 2017

                  Est: £5,000 - £8,000

                  Grayson Perry (British 1960-), 'Gay Black Cats MC', 2017 Grayson Perry (British 1960-), 'Gay Black Cats MC', 2017, handmade cotton fabric and embroidery appliqué flag, signed and numbered from the edition of 150 in black ink to the accompanying certificate of authenticity, published by Serpentine Galleries; 97 x 148cm ARR

                  Tate Ward Auctions
                • Grayson Perry (British 1960-), 'Comfort Blanket', 2014
                  Jun. 19, 2024

                  Grayson Perry (British 1960-), 'Comfort Blanket', 2014

                  Est: £800 - £1,200

                  Grayson Perry (British 1960-), 'Comfort Blanket', 2014 Grayson Perry (British 1960-), 'Comfort Blanket', 2014, digital bring on fabric blanket, bearing the Artists woven monogram to the label verso, from an edition of circa 50 works, published by the National Portrait Gallery, London; 170 x 135cm ARR

                  Tate Ward Auctions
                • Grayson Perry (British 1960-)', 'Piggy Bank', 2021
                  Jun. 19, 2024

                  Grayson Perry (British 1960-)', 'Piggy Bank', 2021

                  Est: £500 - £800

                  Grayson Perry (British 1960-)', 'Piggy Bank', 2021 Grayson Perry (British 1960-)', 'Piggy Bank', 2021, painted and glazed ceramic multiple, bearing the artists mark to the underside, published by Serpentine Gallery, with original presentation box; 26 x 13 x 13cm ARR

                  Tate Ward Auctions
                • Grayson Perry CBE RA, Western Art in the Form of a Tea Towel, 2020; 
                  Jun. 18, 2024

                  Grayson Perry CBE RA, Western Art in the Form of a Tea Towel, 2020; 

                  Est: £200 - £300

                  Grayson Perry CBE RA, British b.1960-  Western Art in the Form of a Tea Towel, 2020;  screenprint on linen tea towel,  with printed artist's monogram,  published by the Holburne Museum,  produced to accompant the 'Pre-Therapy Years' exhibition at the Holburne Museum, Bath, 2020,  sheet: 53 x 72cm,  (framed)  (ARR) 

                  Roseberys
                • Grayson Perry CBE RA, 100% Art plate, 2020;
                  Jun. 18, 2024

                  Grayson Perry CBE RA, 100% Art plate, 2020;

                  Est: £300 - £500

                  Grayson Perry CBE RA, British b.1960-  100% Art plate, 2020; each porcelain plate, each designed for the Holbourne Museum in collaboration with Kit Grover, each diameter: 21 cm, (ARR)  (2)

                  Roseberys
                • Grayson Perry CBE RA,  Sacred Tribal Artefact; The American Dream; 
                  Jun. 18, 2024

                  Grayson Perry CBE RA,  Sacred Tribal Artefact; The American Dream; 

                  Est: £400 - £500

                  Grayson Perry CBE RA,  British b.1960-  Sacred Tribal Artefact; The American Dream;  each screenprint on cotton,  images: 48 x 86.5 cm and 41 x 88 cm,  (framed)  (ARR)  (2) 

                  Roseberys
                • Grayson Perry CBE RA,  Red Alan Manifesto; Death of a Working Hero; 
                  Jun. 18, 2024

                  Grayson Perry CBE RA,  Red Alan Manifesto; Death of a Working Hero; 

                  Est: £200 - £300

                  Grayson Perry CBE RA,  British b.1960-  Red Alan Manifesto; Death of a Working Hero;  digital print on a paper napkin and digital print on a cotton Tote bag,  image: 32 x 32 cm and image: 36 x 35.5 cm,  (framed)  (ARR)  (2) 

                  Roseberys
                • Grayson Perry CBE RA,  Piggy Bank, 2021; 
                  Jun. 18, 2024

                  Grayson Perry CBE RA,  Piggy Bank, 2021; 

                  Est: £600 - £800

                  Grayson Perry CBE RA,  British 1960-  Piggy Bank, 2021;  ceramic in blue and cream,  produced by the Serpentine Galleries,  dimensions: 26 x 13 x 13 cm,  contained within grey card Serpentine Galleries branded box,  (ARR) 

                  Roseberys
                • Grayson Perry (British, born 1960) Piggy Bank Painted and glazed ceramic multiple, 2017, with the artist's monogram on the underside, from the edition of an unknown size, published by the Serpentine Gallery, London, housed in the original boxOvera...
                  Jun. 12, 2024

                  Grayson Perry (British, born 1960) Piggy Bank Painted and glazed ceramic multiple, 2017, with the artist's monogram on the underside, from the edition of an unknown size, published by the Serpentine Gallery, London, housed in the original boxOvera...

                  Est: £700 - £1,000

                  Grayson Perry (British, born 1960) Piggy Bank Painted and glazed ceramic multiple, 2017, with the artist's monogram on the underside, from the edition of an unknown size, published by the Serpentine Gallery, London, housed in the original box Overall 130 x 260 x 125mm (5 1/8 x 10 1/4 x 4 7/8in)

                  Bonhams
                • Grayson Perry (British, born 1960) The American Dream Etching in colours from three plates, 2020, printed on one sheet of BFK Rives paper, signed in pencil, inscribed 'AP' in pencil verso, one of 15 artist's proofs aside from the numbered edition...
                  Jun. 12, 2024

                  Grayson Perry (British, born 1960) The American Dream Etching in colours from three plates, 2020, printed on one sheet of BFK Rives paper, signed in pencil, inscribed 'AP' in pencil verso, one of 15 artist's proofs aside from the numbered edition...

                  Est: £25,000 - £35,000

                  Grayson Perry (British, born 1960) The American Dream Etching in colours from three plates, 2020, printed on one sheet of BFK Rives paper, signed in pencil, inscribed 'AP' in pencil verso, one of 15 artist's proofs aside from the numbered edition of 15, published by The Paragon Press, London, with full margins, housed in the artist's designated fame Overall 1170 x 2475mm (46 1/8 x 97 1/2in)

                  Bonhams
                • Grayson Perry (British, born 1960) Map of Nowhere (Red) Etching printed in red, 2008, on Arches wove paper, signed and inscribed 'AP' in pencil verso, one of four artist's proofs aside from the numbered edition of 15, published by Paragon Press, ...
                  Jun. 12, 2024

                  Grayson Perry (British, born 1960) Map of Nowhere (Red) Etching printed in red, 2008, on Arches wove paper, signed and inscribed 'AP' in pencil verso, one of four artist's proofs aside from the numbered edition of 15, published by Paragon Press, ...

                  Est: £12,000 - £18,000

                  Grayson Perry (British, born 1960) Map of Nowhere (Red) Etching printed in red, 2008, on Arches wove paper, signed and inscribed 'AP' in pencil verso, one of four artist's proofs aside from the numbered edition of 15, published by Paragon Press, housed in the designated artist's frame, the full sheet, framed Sheet 1530 x 1124mm (60 1/4 x 44 1/4in)

                  Bonhams
                • Six Snapshots of Julie (colour)
                  Jun. 07, 2024

                  Six Snapshots of Julie (colour)

                  Est: £7,000 - £9,000

                  Grayson Perry, R.A. b. 1960 Six Snapshots of Julie (colour) each signed in pencil and numbered 34/68 the complete set, comprising six woodcuts printed in colours on wove paper each image: approx. 697 by 465 mm.27½ by 18⅜ in. each sheet: approx. 725 by 485 mm. 28½ by 19⅛ in. Executed in 2015; this set is number 34 from the edition of 68, published by Paragon Press, London. (6 prints)

                  Sotheby's
                • Untitled (Love)
                  Jun. 07, 2024

                  Untitled (Love)

                  Est: £2,500 - £3,500

                  Grayson Perry, R.A. b. 1960 Untitled (Love) signed in pencil and numbered 2/5 linoleum cut on wove paper image: 150 by 101 mm. 5⅞ by 4 in. sheet: 270 by 200 mm. 10⅝ by 7⅞ in. Executed circa 1986-87: this impression is number 2 from the edition of 5.

                  Sotheby's
                • Map of an Englishman
                  Jun. 07, 2024

                  Map of an Englishman

                  Est: £60,000 - £80,000

                  Grayson Perry, R.A. b. 1960 Map of an Englishman signed in pencil verso and numbered 47/50 etching printed from four plates on Rives wove paper sheet: 1121 by 1500 mm. 44⅛ by 59 in. Executed in 2004; this impression is number 47 from the edition of 50 plus ten artist's proofs, printed by Stoneman Graphics, Cornwall, published by Paragon Press, London.

                  Sotheby's
                • Reclining Artist (Small)
                  Jun. 07, 2024

                  Reclining Artist (Small)

                  Est: £4,000 - £6,000

                  Grayson Perry, R.A. b. 1960 Reclining Artist (Small) signed in pencil and numbered 18/58 verso etching printed in colours on wove paper plate: 675 by 1002 mm. 26½ by 39½ in. sheet: 705 by 1025 mm. 27¾ by 40⅝ in. Executed in 2017; this impression is number 18 from the edition of 58, published by Paragon Press, London.

                  Sotheby's
                • Grayson Perry (British, born 1960) Piggy Bank Painted and glazed ceramic multiple, 2017, with the artist's monogram printed to the underside, from the edition of an unknown size, published by the Serpentine Gallery, London, housed within the origi...
                  May. 01, 2024

                  Grayson Perry (British, born 1960) Piggy Bank Painted and glazed ceramic multiple, 2017, with the artist's monogram printed to the underside, from the edition of an unknown size, published by the Serpentine Gallery, London, housed within the origi...

                  Est: £800 - £1,200

                  Grayson Perry (British, born 1960) Piggy Bank Painted and glazed ceramic multiple, 2017, with the artist's monogram printed to the underside, from the edition of an unknown size, published by the Serpentine Gallery, London, housed within the original box Overall 95 x 200 x 90mm (3 3/4 x 7 7/8 x 3 1/2in) Box 130 x 260 x 125mm (5 1/8 x 10 1/4 x 4 7/8in)

                  Bonhams
                • § GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E., R.A. (BRITISH 1960-)
                  May. 01, 2024

                  § GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E., R.A. (BRITISH 1960-)

                  Est: £800 - £1,200

                  GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E., R.A. (BRITISH 1960-) PIGGY-BANK - 2021 Painted and glazed ceramic multiple, from the edition of an unknown size, with the artist's monogram on the underside, published by the Serpentine Gallery, London, in original grey card box 10cm x 20.5cm x 9cm (4in x 8in x 3.5in)

                  Lyon & Turnbull
                • § GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E., R.A. (BRITISH 1960-)
                  May. 01, 2024

                  § GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E., R.A. (BRITISH 1960-)

                  Est: £300 - £500

                  GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E., R.A. (BRITISH 1960-) '100% ART' PLATE - 2020 Ceramic plate, developed for the Holburne Museum, in collaboration with Kit Grover, to celebrate the exhibition 'The Pre-Therapy Years' 21.75cm (8.5in) diameter

                  Lyon & Turnbull
                • § SIR GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E, R.A. (BRITISH 1960-) FOR SELFRIDGES & CO.
                  Apr. 26, 2024

                  § SIR GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E, R.A. (BRITISH 1960-) FOR SELFRIDGES & CO.

                  Est: £300 - £500

                  SIR GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E, R.A. (BRITISH 1960-) FOR SELFRIDGES & CO. ALAN MEASLES EVENING BAG, 2010 numbered 124/300 in black ink (to label) and with original Selfridges & Co. label, embroidered cotton with embellishments Manufactured by Kit Grover. 33cm x 24cm (13in x 9½in) Private Collection, London. “I’ve never seen myself as a potter or as part of the crafts movement. I am a conceptual artist masquerading as a craftsman” Grayson Perry Controversial, creative and incredibly humorous, Sir Grayson Perry CBE RA Hon FRIBA (1960 -) has dominated media headlines for over 20 years since winning the Turner Prize in 2003. Delighting in the combination of opposites, Perry’s work creates an intriguing fusion between form and content by transforming classical objects with unexpected or explicit imagery. In this way Perry captivates his audience, simultaneously stimulating feelings of attraction and surprise.   We are delighted to feature selected works by Perry showcasing the artist’s use of different media. Rising to fame as a potter, Perry challenged the art world by championing a medium traditionally considered a craft rather than a fine art. Within his early ceramic work, This Crude Charger Was Wrought on the 20th of January for the Serving of an Aphrodisiac before the Consummation of a Godless Orgy, 1984, Perry questions the boundaries of respectability. By contrasting traditional images of noblemen dressed in their best with a title suggestive of riotous behaviour, Perry illustrates two different sides to human nature. Respectability, however, was the last thing on Perry’s mind when he created Untitled, 2005 and gifted it to his godson for his 18th birthday. Capturing the spirit of youth in a uniquely Perry way, the artist created a coming-of-age gift that is sure to have surprised the recipient.  “I love religion – it’s just the belief bit I have a problem with”  Grayson Perry Strong religious themes run throughout Perry’s monumental work Map of Nowhere, 2008, which references early medieval cartography, and particularly the German Ebstorf map. However rather than placing Jesus at the centre of the world, Perry courts controversy by inserting himself claiming, “my daughter always accuses me of setting myself up as God, so I made the lakes and rivers into my body”. Further intrigue is generated by substituting place names for modern day experiences including ‘internet dating’ and ‘binge drinking’ to encourage reflection on the relationship between experience and place. Perry’s sense of humour is also never far away, thus should anybody believe that he is taking himself too seriously, his work is quick to address this. In this case, the shaft of light coming directly from Perry’s bottom illuminating the world beneath cannot fail to raise a wry smile. Perry’s artistic sense of humour is often compared to 18th and 19th century caricaturists William Hogarth, James Gillray and George Cruikshank, whilst his drawing style and enjoyment of social comment, erotica and the grotesque are reminiscent of the work of Otto Dix and George Grosz. (See Klein, Jacky, Grayson Perry, Thames and Hudson, London, 2013, pp10-11.)  Within Recipe for Humanity, 2005, Perry further explores concepts of God and religion. Crafted in the style of a traditional sampler it features a joyous scene of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, inspired by American Folk Art. However rather than include traditional religious references, Perry disrupts convention by instead quoting renowned psychotherapist Irwin D. Yalom’s ‘Four Givens of Life’: you will die, you are alone, there isn’t a God and life is meaningless apart from the meaning you give it. As a result, the viewer is attracted by the colourful imagery, yet provoked by its accompanying commentary. “In life, as in art, I have been dusted with the perversion brush” Grayson Perry Perry’s love of traditional craft is evident within lot 479, the Sissy and Flow fabrics (2008) which reflect artistic changes in traditional Aghan rug weaving following the Soviet occupation of their lands. Alongside traditional flowers, wildlife and geometric patterns, weavers began to depict tanks, landmines, artillery and aircraft. Strong themes of war are also apparent in the textiles presented here; however, Perry softens the overall design by overlaying pink lacy borders and surrounding them with flowers, bows and high-heeled shoes. In doing so Perry questions traditional ideas of masculinity and brings an autobiographical dimension to the design by referencing his own transvestism.  Alan Measles: teddy bear, alter ego and now cult object has become one of Perry’s most popular and enduring motifs. Featuring in works as diverse as Vote Alan Measles for God, Outsider Alan, and The Near Death and Enlightenment of Alan Measles, Alan’s persona is under constant re-invention. Alan is the sole focus of the handbag in the present collection, lot 480, depicted on one side as happy and joyous in a pretty dress and bow reminiscent of Perry’s alter ego Claire. On the other side Alan is stripped back, naked and seemingly angry. Whilst Perry may be depicting his own personalities through the guise of his childhood toy, he is also offering the wearer the opportunity to do the same by displaying the side of the handbag which best represents them in that moment. It is perhaps people’s ability to relate and interact with Perry’s work in this way which makes it so enduringly popular. 

                  Lyon & Turnbull
                • § SIR GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E., R.A. (BRITISH 1960-) FOR LIBERTY & CO.
                  Apr. 26, 2024

                  § SIR GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E., R.A. (BRITISH 1960-) FOR LIBERTY & CO.

                  Est: £400 - £600

                  SIR GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E., R.A. (BRITISH 1960-) FOR LIBERTY & CO. 'SISSY' AND 'FLO' FABRICS, DESIGNED 2008-09 cotton textile Sissy: 92cm high, 68cm wide (36 ¼in high, 26 ¾in wide); Flo: 100.5cm high x 68.5cm wide (39 ½in high x 27in wide) (2) “I’ve never seen myself as a potter or as part of the crafts movement. I am a conceptual artist masquerading as a craftsman” Grayson Perry Controversial, creative and incredibly humorous, Sir Grayson Perry CBE RA Hon FRIBA (1960 -) has dominated media headlines for over 20 years since winning the Turner Prize in 2003. Delighting in the combination of opposites, Perry’s work creates an intriguing fusion between form and content by transforming classical objects with unexpected or explicit imagery. In this way Perry captivates his audience, simultaneously stimulating feelings of attraction and surprise.   We are delighted to feature selected works by Perry showcasing the artist’s use of different media. Rising to fame as a potter, Perry challenged the art world by championing a medium traditionally considered a craft rather than a fine art. Within his early ceramic work, This Crude Charger Was Wrought on the 20th of January for the Serving of an Aphrodisiac before the Consummation of a Godless Orgy, 1984, Perry questions the boundaries of respectability. By contrasting traditional images of noblemen dressed in their best with a title suggestive of riotous behaviour, Perry illustrates two different sides to human nature. Respectability, however, was the last thing on Perry’s mind when he created Untitled, 2005 and gifted it to his godson for his 18th birthday. Capturing the spirit of youth in a uniquely Perry way, the artist created a coming-of-age gift that is sure to have surprised the recipient.  “I love religion – it’s just the belief bit I have a problem with”  Grayson Perry Strong religious themes run throughout Perry’s monumental work Map of Nowhere, 2008, which references early medieval cartography, and particularly the German Ebstorf map. However rather than placing Jesus at the centre of the world, Perry courts controversy by inserting himself claiming, “my daughter always accuses me of setting myself up as God, so I made the lakes and rivers into my body”. Further intrigue is generated by substituting place names for modern day experiences including ‘internet dating’ and ‘binge drinking’ to encourage reflection on the relationship between experience and place. Perry’s sense of humour is also never far away, thus should anybody believe that he is taking himself too seriously, his work is quick to address this. In this case, the shaft of light coming directly from Perry’s bottom illuminating the world beneath cannot fail to raise a wry smile. Perry’s artistic sense of humour is often compared to 18th and 19th century caricaturists William Hogarth, James Gillray and George Cruikshank, whilst his drawing style and enjoyment of social comment, erotica and the grotesque are reminiscent of the work of Otto Dix and George Grosz. (See Klein, Jacky, Grayson Perry, Thames and Hudson, London, 2013, pp10-11.)  Within Recipe for Humanity, 2005, Perry further explores concepts of God and religion. Crafted in the style of a traditional sampler it features a joyous scene of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, inspired by American Folk Art. However rather than include traditional religious references, Perry disrupts convention by instead quoting renowned psychotherapist Irwin D. Yalom’s ‘Four Givens of Life’: you will die, you are alone, there isn’t a God and life is meaningless apart from the meaning you give it. As a result, the viewer is attracted by the colourful imagery, yet provoked by its accompanying commentary. “In life, as in art, I have been dusted with the perversion brush” Grayson Perry Perry’s love of traditional craft is evident within lot 479, the Sissy and Flow fabrics (2008) which reflect artistic changes in traditional Aghan rug weaving following the Soviet occupation of their lands. Alongside traditional flowers, wildlife and geometric patterns, weavers began to depict tanks, landmines, artillery and aircraft. Strong themes of war are also apparent in the textiles presented here; however, Perry softens the overall design by overlaying pink lacy borders and surrounding them with flowers, bows and high-heeled shoes. In doing so Perry questions traditional ideas of masculinity and brings an autobiographical dimension to the design by referencing his own transvestism.  Alan Measles: teddy bear, alter ego and now cult object has become one of Perry’s most popular and enduring motifs. Featuring in works as diverse as Vote Alan Measles for God, Outsider Alan, and The Near Death and Enlightenment of Alan Measles, Alan’s persona is under constant re-invention. Alan is the sole focus of the handbag in the present collection, lot 480, depicted on one side as happy and joyous in a pretty dress and bow reminiscent of Perry’s alter ego Claire. On the other side Alan is stripped back, naked and seemingly angry. Whilst Perry may be depicting his own personalities through the guise of his childhood toy, he is also offering the wearer the opportunity to do the same by displaying the side of the handbag which best represents them in that moment. It is perhaps people’s ability to relate and interact with Perry’s work in this way which makes it so enduringly popular. 

                  Lyon & Turnbull
                • § SIR GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E., R.A. (BRITISH 1960-)
                  Apr. 25, 2024

                  § SIR GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E., R.A. (BRITISH 1960-)

                  Est: £12,000 - £18,000

                  SIR GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E., R.A. (BRITISH 1960-) THE MAP OF NOWHERE, 2008 signed and numbered 57/68 (to reverse), etching, from five plates, on Arches wove paper. Published by The Paragon Press, London. 152.2cm x 112cm (59 7/8in x 44 1/8in) The Paragon Press, London, from whom acquired by the present owner, September 2008. “I’ve never seen myself as a potter or as part of the crafts movement. I am a conceptual artist masquerading as a craftsman” Grayson Perry Controversial, creative and incredibly humorous, Sir Grayson Perry CBE RA Hon FRIBA (1960 -) has dominated media headlines for over 20 years since winning the Turner Prize in 2003. Delighting in the combination of opposites, Perry’s work creates an intriguing fusion between form and content by transforming classical objects with unexpected or explicit imagery. In this way Perry captivates his audience, simultaneously stimulating feelings of attraction and surprise.   We are delighted to feature selected works by Perry showcasing the artist’s use of different media. Rising to fame as a potter, Perry challenged the art world by championing a medium traditionally considered a craft rather than a fine art. Within his early ceramic work, This Crude Charger Was Wrought on the 20th of January for the Serving of an Aphrodisiac before the Consummation of a Godless Orgy, 1984, Perry questions the boundaries of respectability. By contrasting traditional images of noblemen dressed in their best with a title suggestive of riotous behaviour, Perry illustrates two different sides to human nature. Respectability, however, was the last thing on Perry’s mind when he created Untitled, 2005 and gifted it to his godson for his 18th birthday. Capturing the spirit of youth in a uniquely Perry way, the artist created a coming-of-age gift that is sure to have surprised the recipient.  “I love religion – it’s just the belief bit I have a problem with”  Grayson Perry Strong religious themes run throughout Perry’s monumental work Map of Nowhere, 2008, which references early medieval cartography, and particularly the German Ebstorf map. However rather than placing Jesus at the centre of the world, Perry courts controversy by inserting himself claiming, “my daughter always accuses me of setting myself up as God, so I made the lakes and rivers into my body”. Further intrigue is generated by substituting place names for modern day experiences including ‘internet dating’ and ‘binge drinking’ to encourage reflection on the relationship between experience and place. Perry’s sense of humour is also never far away, thus should anybody believe that he is taking himself too seriously, his work is quick to address this. In this case, the shaft of light coming directly from Perry’s bottom illuminating the world beneath cannot fail to raise a wry smile. Perry’s artistic sense of humour is often compared to 18th and 19th century caricaturists William Hogarth, James Gillray and George Cruikshank, whilst his drawing style and enjoyment of social comment, erotica and the grotesque are reminiscent of the work of Otto Dix and George Grosz. (See Klein, Jacky, Grayson Perry, Thames and Hudson, London, 2013, pp10-11.)  Within Recipe for Humanity, 2005, Perry further explores concepts of God and religion. Crafted in the style of a traditional sampler it features a joyous scene of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, inspired by American Folk Art. However rather than include traditional religious references, Perry disrupts convention by instead quoting renowned psychotherapist Irwin D. Yalom’s ‘Four Givens of Life’: you will die, you are alone, there isn’t a God and life is meaningless apart from the meaning you give it. As a result, the viewer is attracted by the colourful imagery, yet provoked by its accompanying commentary. “In life, as in art, I have been dusted with the perversion brush” Grayson Perry Perry’s love of traditional craft is evident within lot 479, the Sissy and Flow fabrics (2008) which reflect artistic changes in traditional Aghan rug weaving following the Soviet occupation of their lands. Alongside traditional flowers, wildlife and geometric patterns, weavers began to depict tanks, landmines, artillery and aircraft. Strong themes of war are also apparent in the textiles presented here; however, Perry softens the overall design by overlaying pink lacy borders and surrounding them with flowers, bows and high-heeled shoes. In doing so Perry questions traditional ideas of masculinity and brings an autobiographical dimension to the design by referencing his own transvestism.  Alan Measles: teddy bear, alter ego and now cult object has become one of Perry’s most popular and enduring motifs. Featuring in works as diverse as Vote Alan Measles for God, Outsider Alan, and The Near Death and Enlightenment of Alan Measles, Alan’s persona is under constant re-invention. Alan is the sole focus of the handbag in the present collection, lot 480, depicted on one side as happy and joyous in a pretty dress and bow reminiscent of Perry’s alter ego Claire. On the other side Alan is stripped back, naked and seemingly angry. Whilst Perry may be depicting his own personalities through the guise of his childhood toy, he is also offering the wearer the opportunity to do the same by displaying the side of the handbag which best represents them in that moment. It is perhaps people’s ability to relate and interact with Perry’s work in this way which makes it so enduringly popular. 

                  Lyon & Turnbull
                • § SIR GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E. R.A. (BRITISH 1960-)
                  Apr. 25, 2024

                  § SIR GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E. R.A. (BRITISH 1960-)

                  Est: £10,000 - £15,000

                  SIR GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E. R.A. (BRITISH 1960-) UNTITLED, 2005 raised W and Anchor marks, glazed earthenware 37cm x 28.7cm (14 ½in x 11 ¼in) Gift of the artist to his godson for his 18th birthday in April 2005. “I’ve never seen myself as a potter or as part of the crafts movement. I am a conceptual artist masquerading as a craftsman” Grayson Perry Controversial, creative and incredibly humorous, Sir Grayson Perry CBE RA Hon FRIBA (1960 -) has dominated media headlines for over 20 years since winning the Turner Prize in 2003. Delighting in the combination of opposites, Perry’s work creates an intriguing fusion between form and content by transforming classical objects with unexpected or explicit imagery. In this way Perry captivates his audience, simultaneously stimulating feelings of attraction and surprise.   We are delighted to feature selected works by Perry showcasing the artist’s use of different media. Rising to fame as a potter, Perry challenged the art world by championing a medium traditionally considered a craft rather than a fine art. Within his early ceramic work, This Crude Charger Was Wrought on the 20th of January for the Serving of an Aphrodisiac before the Consummation of a Godless Orgy, 1984, Perry questions the boundaries of respectability. By contrasting traditional images of noblemen dressed in their best with a title suggestive of riotous behaviour, Perry illustrates two different sides to human nature. Respectability, however, was the last thing on Perry’s mind when he created Untitled, 2005 and gifted it to his godson for his 18th birthday. Capturing the spirit of youth in a uniquely Perry way, the artist created a coming-of-age gift that is sure to have surprised the recipient.  “I love religion – it’s just the belief bit I have a problem with”  Grayson Perry Strong religious themes run throughout Perry’s monumental work Map of Nowhere, 2008, which references early medieval cartography, and particularly the German Ebstorf map. However rather than placing Jesus at the centre of the world, Perry courts controversy by inserting himself claiming, “my daughter always accuses me of setting myself up as God, so I made the lakes and rivers into my body”. Further intrigue is generated by substituting place names for modern day experiences including ‘internet dating’ and ‘binge drinking’ to encourage reflection on the relationship between experience and place. Perry’s sense of humour is also never far away, thus should anybody believe that he is taking himself too seriously, his work is quick to address this. In this case, the shaft of light coming directly from Perry’s bottom illuminating the world beneath cannot fail to raise a wry smile. Perry’s artistic sense of humour is often compared to 18th and 19th century caricaturists William Hogarth, James Gillray and George Cruikshank, whilst his drawing style and enjoyment of social comment, erotica and the grotesque are reminiscent of the work of Otto Dix and George Grosz. (See Klein, Jacky, Grayson Perry, Thames and Hudson, London, 2013, pp10-11.)  Within Recipe for Humanity, 2005, Perry further explores concepts of God and religion. Crafted in the style of a traditional sampler it features a joyous scene of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, inspired by American Folk Art. However rather than include traditional religious references, Perry disrupts convention by instead quoting renowned psychotherapist Irwin D. Yalom’s ‘Four Givens of Life’: you will die, you are alone, there isn’t a God and life is meaningless apart from the meaning you give it. As a result, the viewer is attracted by the colourful imagery, yet provoked by its accompanying commentary. “In life, as in art, I have been dusted with the perversion brush” Grayson Perry Perry’s love of traditional craft is evident within lot 479, the Sissy and Flow fabrics (2008) which reflect artistic changes in traditional Aghan rug weaving following the Soviet occupation of their lands. Alongside traditional flowers, wildlife and geometric patterns, weavers began to depict tanks, landmines, artillery and aircraft. Strong themes of war are also apparent in the textiles presented here; however, Perry softens the overall design by overlaying pink lacy borders and surrounding them with flowers, bows and high-heeled shoes. In doing so Perry questions traditional ideas of masculinity and brings an autobiographical dimension to the design by referencing his own transvestism.  Alan Measles: teddy bear, alter ego and now cult object has become one of Perry’s most popular and enduring motifs. Featuring in works as diverse as Vote Alan Measles for God, Outsider Alan, and The Near Death and Enlightenment of Alan Measles, Alan’s persona is under constant re-invention. Alan is the sole focus of the handbag in the present collection, lot 480, depicted on one side as happy and joyous in a pretty dress and bow reminiscent of Perry’s alter ego Claire. On the other side Alan is stripped back, naked and seemingly angry. Whilst Perry may be depicting his own personalities through the guise of his childhood toy, he is also offering the wearer the opportunity to do the same by displaying the side of the handbag which best represents them in that moment. It is perhaps people’s ability to relate and interact with Perry’s work in this way which makes it so enduringly popular. 

                  Lyon & Turnbull
                • § SIR GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E., R.A. (BRITISH 1960-)
                  Apr. 25, 2024

                  § SIR GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E., R.A. (BRITISH 1960-)

                  Est: £2,500 - £3,500

                  SIR GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E., R.A. (BRITISH 1960-) THIS CRUDE CHARGER WAS WROUGHT ON THE 20TH JANUARY 1984 FOR THE SERVING OF AN APHRODISIAC BEFORE THE CONSUMMATION OF A GODLESS ORGY, 1984 titled and dated 1984 (to rim), impressed artist seals (to rim) and raised artist marks (to base), earthenware 34cm x 25cm (13 3/8in x 9 7/8in) Bonhams, London, Contemporary Art & Design, 11 October 2012, lot 42;Phillips, London, Evening & Day Editions, 9 June 2016, lot 167, where acquired by the present owner. “I’ve never seen myself as a potter or as part of the crafts movement. I am a conceptual artist masquerading as a craftsman” Grayson Perry Controversial, creative and incredibly humorous, Sir Grayson Perry CBE RA Hon FRIBA (1960 -) has dominated media headlines for over 20 years since winning the Turner Prize in 2003. Delighting in the combination of opposites, Perry’s work creates an intriguing fusion between form and content by transforming classical objects with unexpected or explicit imagery. In this way Perry captivates his audience, simultaneously stimulating feelings of attraction and surprise.   We are delighted to feature selected works by Perry showcasing the artist’s use of different media. Rising to fame as a potter, Perry challenged the art world by championing a medium traditionally considered a craft rather than a fine art. Within his early ceramic work, This Crude Charger Was Wrought on the 20th of January for the Serving of an Aphrodisiac before the Consummation of a Godless Orgy, 1984, Perry questions the boundaries of respectability. By contrasting traditional images of noblemen dressed in their best with a title suggestive of riotous behaviour, Perry illustrates two different sides to human nature. Respectability, however, was the last thing on Perry’s mind when he created Untitled, 2005 and gifted it to his godson for his 18th birthday. Capturing the spirit of youth in a uniquely Perry way, the artist created a coming-of-age gift that is sure to have surprised the recipient.  “I love religion – it’s just the belief bit I have a problem with”  Grayson Perry Strong religious themes run throughout Perry’s monumental work Map of Nowhere, 2008, which references early medieval cartography, and particularly the German Ebstorf map. However rather than placing Jesus at the centre of the world, Perry courts controversy by inserting himself claiming, “my daughter always accuses me of setting myself up as God, so I made the lakes and rivers into my body”. Further intrigue is generated by substituting place names for modern day experiences including ‘internet dating’ and ‘binge drinking’ to encourage reflection on the relationship between experience and place. Perry’s sense of humour is also never far away, thus should anybody believe that he is taking himself too seriously, his work is quick to address this. In this case, the shaft of light coming directly from Perry’s bottom illuminating the world beneath cannot fail to raise a wry smile. Perry’s artistic sense of humour is often compared to 18th and 19th century caricaturists William Hogarth, James Gillray and George Cruikshank, whilst his drawing style and enjoyment of social comment, erotica and the grotesque are reminiscent of the work of Otto Dix and George Grosz. (See Klein, Jacky, Grayson Perry, Thames and Hudson, London, 2013, pp10-11.)  Within Recipe for Humanity, 2005, Perry further explores concepts of God and religion. Crafted in the style of a traditional sampler it features a joyous scene of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, inspired by American Folk Art. However rather than include traditional religious references, Perry disrupts convention by instead quoting renowned psychotherapist Irwin D. Yalom’s ‘Four Givens of Life’: you will die, you are alone, there isn’t a God and life is meaningless apart from the meaning you give it. As a result, the viewer is attracted by the colourful imagery, yet provoked by its accompanying commentary. “In life, as in art, I have been dusted with the perversion brush” Grayson Perry Perry’s love of traditional craft is evident within lot 479, the Sissy and Flow fabrics (2008) which reflect artistic changes in traditional Aghan rug weaving following the Soviet occupation of their lands. Alongside traditional flowers, wildlife and geometric patterns, weavers began to depict tanks, landmines, artillery and aircraft. Strong themes of war are also apparent in the textiles presented here; however, Perry softens the overall design by overlaying pink lacy borders and surrounding them with flowers, bows and high-heeled shoes. In doing so Perry questions traditional ideas of masculinity and brings an autobiographical dimension to the design by referencing his own transvestism.  Alan Measles: teddy bear, alter ego and now cult object has become one of Perry’s most popular and enduring motifs. Featuring in works as diverse as Vote Alan Measles for God, Outsider Alan, and The Near Death and Enlightenment of Alan Measles, Alan’s persona is under constant re-invention. Alan is the sole focus of the handbag in the present collection, lot 480, depicted on one side as happy and joyous in a pretty dress and bow reminiscent of Perry’s alter ego Claire. On the other side Alan is stripped back, naked and seemingly angry. Whilst Perry may be depicting his own personalities through the guise of his childhood toy, he is also offering the wearer the opportunity to do the same by displaying the side of the handbag which best represents them in that moment. It is perhaps people’s ability to relate and interact with Perry’s work in this way which makes it so enduringly popular. 

                  Lyon & Turnbull
                • § SIR GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E., R.A. (BRITISH 1960-)
                  Apr. 25, 2024

                  § SIR GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E., R.A. (BRITISH 1960-)

                  Est: £3,000 - £5,000

                  SIR GRAYSON PERRY C.B.E., R.A. (BRITISH 1960-) RECIPE FOR HUMANITY, 2005 signed in black felt-tip pen (to reverse), from the edition of 250, embroidery on cotton. Published by Victoria Miro Gallery, London. 47.5cm x 35.5cm (18¾in x 14in) Private Collection, London. “I’ve never seen myself as a potter or as part of the crafts movement. I am a conceptual artist masquerading as a craftsman” Grayson Perry Controversial, creative and incredibly humorous, Sir Grayson Perry CBE RA Hon FRIBA (1960 -) has dominated media headlines for over 20 years since winning the Turner Prize in 2003. Delighting in the combination of opposites, Perry’s work creates an intriguing fusion between form and content by transforming classical objects with unexpected or explicit imagery. In this way Perry captivates his audience, simultaneously stimulating feelings of attraction and surprise.   We are delighted to feature selected works by Perry showcasing the artist’s use of different media. Rising to fame as a potter, Perry challenged the art world by championing a medium traditionally considered a craft rather than a fine art. Within his early ceramic work, This Crude Charger Was Wrought on the 20th of January for the Serving of an Aphrodisiac before the Consummation of a Godless Orgy, 1984, Perry questions the boundaries of respectability. By contrasting traditional images of noblemen dressed in their best with a title suggestive of riotous behaviour, Perry illustrates two different sides to human nature. Respectability, however, was the last thing on Perry’s mind when he created Untitled, 2005 and gifted it to his godson for his 18th birthday. Capturing the spirit of youth in a uniquely Perry way, the artist created a coming-of-age gift that is sure to have surprised the recipient.  “I love religion – it’s just the belief bit I have a problem with”  Grayson Perry Strong religious themes run throughout Perry’s monumental work Map of Nowhere, 2008, which references early medieval cartography, and particularly the German Ebstorf map. However rather than placing Jesus at the centre of the world, Perry courts controversy by inserting himself claiming, “my daughter always accuses me of setting myself up as God, so I made the lakes and rivers into my body”. Further intrigue is generated by substituting place names for modern day experiences including ‘internet dating’ and ‘binge drinking’ to encourage reflection on the relationship between experience and place. Perry’s sense of humour is also never far away, thus should anybody believe that he is taking himself too seriously, his work is quick to address this. In this case, the shaft of light coming directly from Perry’s bottom illuminating the world beneath cannot fail to raise a wry smile. Perry’s artistic sense of humour is often compared to 18th and 19th century caricaturists William Hogarth, James Gillray and George Cruikshank, whilst his drawing style and enjoyment of social comment, erotica and the grotesque are reminiscent of the work of Otto Dix and George Grosz. (See Klein, Jacky, Grayson Perry, Thames and Hudson, London, 2013, pp10-11.)  Within Recipe for Humanity, 2005, Perry further explores concepts of God and religion. Crafted in the style of a traditional sampler it features a joyous scene of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, inspired by American Folk Art. However rather than include traditional religious references, Perry disrupts convention by instead quoting renowned psychotherapist Irwin D. Yalom’s ‘Four Givens of Life’: you will die, you are alone, there isn’t a God and life is meaningless apart from the meaning you give it. As a result, the viewer is attracted by the colourful imagery, yet provoked by its accompanying commentary. “In life, as in art, I have been dusted with the perversion brush” Grayson Perry Perry’s love of traditional craft is evident within lot 479, the Sissy and Flow fabrics (2008) which reflect artistic changes in traditional Aghan rug weaving following the Soviet occupation of their lands. Alongside traditional flowers, wildlife and geometric patterns, weavers began to depict tanks, landmines, artillery and aircraft. Strong themes of war are also apparent in the textiles presented here; however, Perry softens the overall design by overlaying pink lacy borders and surrounding them with flowers, bows and high-heeled shoes. In doing so Perry questions traditional ideas of masculinity and brings an autobiographical dimension to the design by referencing his own transvestism.  Alan Measles: teddy bear, alter ego and now cult object has become one of Perry’s most popular and enduring motifs. Featuring in works as diverse as Vote Alan Measles for God, Outsider Alan, and The Near Death and Enlightenment of Alan Measles, Alan’s persona is under constant re-invention. Alan is the sole focus of the handbag in the present collection, lot 480, depicted on one side as happy and joyous in a pretty dress and bow reminiscent of Perry’s alter ego Claire. On the other side Alan is stripped back, naked and seemingly angry. Whilst Perry may be depicting his own personalities through the guise of his childhood toy, he is also offering the wearer the opportunity to do the same by displaying the side of the handbag which best represents them in that moment. It is perhaps people’s ability to relate and interact with Perry’s work in this way which makes it so enduringly popular. 

                  Lyon & Turnbull
                • Sir Grayson Perry CBE RA Hon FRIBA (bn. 1960), by and after, ‘Red Alan Mani
                  Apr. 25, 2024

                  Sir Grayson Perry CBE RA Hon FRIBA (bn. 1960), by and after, ‘Red Alan Mani

                  Est: £80 - £120

                  Sir Grayson Perry CBE RA Hon FRIBA (bn. 1960), by and after, ‘Red Alan Manifesto’, print on cotton napkin, 50cm x 50cm; David Shrigley, ‘Be Nice’, framed print on cotton, 61cm x 46cm, (2).

                  Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd
                • Grayson Perry (b.1960) 100% Art
                  Apr. 24, 2024

                  Grayson Perry (b.1960) 100% Art

                  Est: £100 - £150

                  Grayson Perry (b.1960) 100% Art Glazed porcelain plate, 2020, from the edition of an unknown size, published by the Holburne Museum, Bath, diameter 210mm (8 1/4in) This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

                  Forum Auctions - UK
                • Grayson Perry (b.1960) Kate Board
                  Apr. 24, 2024

                  Grayson Perry (b.1960) Kate Board

                  Est: £1,000 - £1,500

                  Grayson Perry (b.1960) Kate Board Offset lithograph and screenprint in colours on wooden skateboard deck, 2017, from the edition of 999, co-published by the artist and The Skateroom, Brussels, overall size 800 x 200 x 10mm (31 1/2 x 7 7/8 x 3/8in) This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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                • Grayson Perry (b.1960) Comfort Blanket
                  Apr. 24, 2024

                  Grayson Perry (b.1960) Comfort Blanket

                  Est: £1,500 - £2,000

                  Grayson Perry (b.1960) Comfort Blanket Digital print on blanket, 2014, with the artist's woven monogramme on a label verso, from the edition of circa 50, printed by Kit Grover Retail Culture, published by the National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh, printed to the edges, overall 1720 x 1350mm (67 3/4 x 53in) This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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                • GRAYSON PERRY (BRITISH B.1960) SILK SCARF 'THE BRITISH MUSEUM - A PERSONAL MAP'
                  Apr. 24, 2024

                  GRAYSON PERRY (BRITISH B.1960) SILK SCARF 'THE BRITISH MUSEUM - A PERSONAL MAP'

                  Est: £80 - £120

                  GRAYSON PERRY (BRITISH B.1960) SILK SCARF 'THE BRITISH MUSEUM - A PERSONAL MAP', MODERN 110 by 110cm

                  Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
                • GRAYSON PERRY (BRITISH B.1960) SILK SCARF 'TAKE A TOUR THROUGH THE HISTORY OF MODERN ART', MODERN
                  Apr. 24, 2024

                  GRAYSON PERRY (BRITISH B.1960) SILK SCARF 'TAKE A TOUR THROUGH THE HISTORY OF MODERN ART', MODERN

                  Est: £80 - £120

                  GRAYSON PERRY (BRITISH B.1960) SILK SCARF 'TAKE A TOUR THROUGH THE HISTORY OF MODERN ART', MODERN the scarf 91.2 x 88cm Framed 'In the second world war pilots were given maps printed on silk to help them escape if they were shot down over enemy territory. This scarf is a social and cultural map to help aspiring artists navigate the hostile territory on their way to being accepted by the establishment.Grayson Perry

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                • Grayson Perry CBE RA, British, b.1960- - 100% Art plate, 2020;
                  Apr. 23, 2024

                  Grayson Perry CBE RA, British, b.1960- - 100% Art plate, 2020;

                  Est: £200 - £300

                  Grayson Perry CBE RA, British, b.1960- 100% Art plate, 2020; porcelain plate, designed for the Holbourne Museum in collaboration with Kit Grover, diameter: 21cm, (ARR) ",

                  Roseberys
                • Grayson Perry CBE RA, British b. 1960- - 100% Art plate (York Gallery); National Portrait Gallery plate; Tat Moderne Silk Scarf;
                  Apr. 23, 2024

                  Grayson Perry CBE RA, British b. 1960- - 100% Art plate (York Gallery); National Portrait Gallery plate; Tat Moderne Silk Scarf;

                  Est: £400 - £500

                  Grayson Perry CBE RA, British b. 1960- 100% Art plate (York Gallery); National Portrait Gallery plate; Tat Moderne Silk Scarf; two ceramic plates and one silk scarf in colours, the scarf in its original black card box, each published by the York Gallery and National Portrait Gallery and Tate Gallery, respectively, each plate: 22 cm diameter, (ARR) (3)",

                  Roseberys
                • Grayson Perry CBE RA,  British b.1960- - Tea Towel (Depiction of Claire as a Soldier, 1987);
                  Apr. 23, 2024

                  Grayson Perry CBE RA,  British b.1960- - Tea Towel (Depiction of Claire as a Soldier, 1987);

                  Est: £250 - £350

                  Grayson Perry CBE RA,  British b.1960- Tea Towel (Depiction of Claire as a Soldier, 1987); print on Linen, edition of 400, designed for Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre, size: 70 x 48.5 cm, (unframed) (ARR)",

                  Roseberys
                • ▲ Sir Grayson Perry RA (b.1960)
                  Apr. 09, 2024

                  ▲ Sir Grayson Perry RA (b.1960)

                  Est: £800 - £1,200

                  ▲ Sir Grayson Perry RA (b.1960) 'Piggy Bank' glazed ceramic with rubber stopper, with the artist's logo on the underside, 2017, contained in the original Serpentine Galleries' box 10cm wide 20.5cm deep 9cm high Condition Report: In good condition.

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                • § SIR GRAYSON PERRY CBE RA (BRITISH B.1960)
                  Mar. 31, 2024

                  § SIR GRAYSON PERRY CBE RA (BRITISH B.1960)

                  Est: £200 - £300

                  SIR GRAYSON PERRY CBE RA (BRITISH B.1960) 100% Art Plate 2020 two fine china plate each with artist's seal printed to underside produced for the Holburne Museum diameter 21cm ARR

                  Chiswick Auctions
                • GRAYSON PERRY (B. 1960) Limited Edition Handbag designed by Grayson Perry i
                  Mar. 26, 2024

                  GRAYSON PERRY (B. 1960) Limited Edition Handbag designed by Grayson Perry i

                  Est: £4,000 - £6,000

                  GRAYSON PERRY (B. 1960) Limited Edition Handbag designed by Grayson Perry in collaboration with Osprey Overall 295 x 218 x 90 mm.

                  Christie's
                • GRAYSON PERRY (B. 1960) Alien Baby Overall 270 × 180 × 50 mm.
                  Mar. 26, 2024

                  GRAYSON PERRY (B. 1960) Alien Baby Overall 270 × 180 × 50 mm.

                  Est: £4,000 - £6,000

                  GRAYSON PERRY (B. 1960) Alien Baby Overall 270 × 180 × 50 mm.

                  Christie's
                • § GRAYSON PERRY (BRITISH, b,1960)
                  Mar. 26, 2024

                  § GRAYSON PERRY (BRITISH, b,1960)

                  Est: £2,000 - £3,000

                  GRAYSON PERRY (BRITISH, b,1960) Grotesque Devil Head glazed stoneware 29.3 x 16 x 29.5 cm. (11 1/2 x 6 1/4 x 11 3/8 in.) Executed in 1988

                  Chiswick Auctions
                • Grayson Perry (British 1960-), 'Gay Black Cats MC', 2017
                  Mar. 20, 2024

                  Grayson Perry (British 1960-), 'Gay Black Cats MC', 2017

                  Est: £5,000 - £7,000

                  Grayson Perry (British 1960-), 'Gay Black Cats MC', 2017, handmade cotton fabric and embroidery appliqué flag, signed and numbered from the edition of 150 in black ink to the accompanying certificate of authenticity, published by Serpentine Galleries; 97 x 148cm ARR

                  Tate Ward Auctions
                • Grayson Perry (British 1960-)', 'Piggy Bank', 2021
                  Mar. 20, 2024

                  Grayson Perry (British 1960-)', 'Piggy Bank', 2021

                  Est: £600 - £800

                  Grayson Perry (British 1960-)', 'Piggy Bank', 2021, painted and glazed ceramic multiple, bearing the artists mark to the underside, published by Serpentine Gallery, with original presentation box; 26 x 13 x 13cm ARR

                  Tate Ward Auctions
                • PERRY GRAYSON: (1960- )
                  Mar. 14, 2024

                  PERRY GRAYSON: (1960- )

                  Est: €80 - €100

                  PERRY GRAYSON: (1960- ) PERRY GRAYSON: (1960- ) English artist, Turner Prize winner, 2003. Signed 8 x 11 photograph of Perry seated in a half-length pose painting the ceramic before him. Signed in bold blue ink with his name alone to a light area of the image. EX

                  International Autograph Auctions Europe, S.L.
                • λ GRAYSON PERRY (BRITISH B. 1960), (IT'S ALL BOLLOCKS)
                  Mar. 13, 2024

                  λ GRAYSON PERRY (BRITISH B. 1960), (IT'S ALL BOLLOCKS)

                  Est: £3,000 - £5,000

                  λ GRAYSON PERRY (BRITISH B. 1960)(IT'S ALL BOLLOCKS)Pen and ink 21 x 29.5cm (8¼ x 11½ in.)Drawn in 2016. Provenance:Victoria Miro Gallery, London

                  Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
                • Sir Grayson Perry RA (b.1960)
                  Mar. 12, 2024

                  Sir Grayson Perry RA (b.1960)

                  Est: £150 - £200

                  Sir Grayson Perry RA (b.1960) 'Lion Queen', 2022 a glazed fine china plate based on the 'Lion Queen Charger' Perry created for the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, produced for 'Grayson's Art Club: The Exhibition' held at the Midlands Art Centre, Birmingham 21.5cm diameter Condition Report: The work appears to be in good condition.

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