Jack Vettriano prints offer classic examples of fine art at it's best, and this website offers information on the great artist Jack Vettriano.
Below you will find a selection of his finest prints that are available for sale online at great prices.
They are offered as giclee prints, stretched canvases, unframed posters and framed prints.
Tapestries are more suited to traditional artists and framed giclee prints are the best way to enjoy Vettriano originals.
Vettriano's best print is The Singing Butler.
Jack Vettriano has become a true artistic icon in the UK thanks to great artistic achievements over the past 25 years, rising from a young intrigued Scottish artist to become well known around the world, particularly in his native Britain and across the pond in the US.
His growing popularity has led to major exhibitions and interest whenever his paintings come up for sale.
The art prints on this page are some of the very best works by artist Vettriano with a full list available from the sitemap which covers all pages in the jackvettrianoprints.org website.
As the Vettriano Art.com gallery expands, we can add even more great works here.
See our sitemap for a full explanation of the information and detail offered by this website.
Kirkcaldy Museum and Art Gallery in Kirkcaldy was the nearest option for Vettriano to expand his ideas from his hometown of Methil in Fife, Scotland.
It was here that he initially found the opportunity to take in new influences and gain the passion for art that was later to inspire his career.
It is another example of how taking art to the wider parts of a country can yield incredible results, and a good reason that galleries across the UK should be increased and widened.
Jack Vettriano is a painter who came from a relatively working-class background and as such he did not receive the initial training that one would assume when first seeing his oil paintings.
The style of Vettriano is perhaps very much his own because of this. The artist will generally produce photographs of pre-arranged scenes with models used to capture his exact ideas.
He invariably will then produce paintings on his own and refer only to the photographs as a guide.
Despite this approach the artist still manages to portray characters well and certainly no message or emotion is lost from Vettriano painting from photographs.
As Vettriano's success continued he was able to fund almost any scene that he required for his works, and quickly found prefered models that he liked to include in suitable paintings.
There were also consistent themes in his paintings with erotic scenes in many offering an insight into the character's private lives.
This would always intrigue the viewer which was his intention.
Despite his qualities as an artist Vettriano found difficulties when trying to capture models in his works directly as he surprisingly lacked the confidence to do so, and much prefers to capture them in photographs instead.
There is almost a film director feel to the artist as he carefully chooses suitable models for each piece and then consults with them in detail over their required pose, mood, makeup and clothing.
The painter always had a clear idea in his mind of what was required and this helped the models to match it.
It is his desire to achieve exactly the best he can in his art that drives him to strive beyond his naturally shy demeanor to direct models with the clarity required.
£744,800 was the extraordinary price tag given to Jack Vettriano's The Singing Butler when sold in 2005.
It remains the highest price for a Scottish painting ever, and even this work was subjected to controversy and critical comments over a supposed similarity in part to another work.
Vettriano seems an artist who is sometimes senstive to criticism but crucially the artistic public still continue to be drawn to his works.
Vettriano's career took off at the end of the 1980s when he appeared in the Royal Scottish Academy annual show.
The prints and paintings on offer from Vettriano gained immediate interest and sold within the early stages of that show, allowing him to realise the ability that he held.
The annual show proved fundamental to Vettriano's rise as other works not included also received interest from various galleries who quickly realised his talents and potential success for the future.
It was from then on that he continued to rise in popularity as classics like The Singing Butler, And So to Bed, Bad Boy, Her Secret Life, Just Another Day and so on.
In recent years the artist has come to appreciate his art and the positive impact it has on his large fanbase, and is less inclined to worry about academic criticism.
Vettriano realised that his art is what it is, and his style is much loved by many, so there is little need to concern himself with more negative responses.
It was the success at the Royal Scottish Academy in 1988 which initially kicked off his rise to fame, with several galleries immediately noticing his qualities and offering to represent him.
The paintings themselves also sold very quickly, giving him a sign of what was to come in the future as his career expanded and he held enough finance to properly prepare his photographs.
Salvador Dali, Caravaggio and Monet were initial influences on the studies of this young painter as he sought to discover as many ideas as possible and would cover great numbers of textbooks in order to locate the necessary topics for study which he was later able to construct completely himself.
It is refreshing to see an artist who clearly avoided standard training and instead just researched art that interested him.
From this passion great results can come and many still believe that academic training can sometimes hinder creativity as it encourages everyone to paint a certain way.
Some seem to respond better to forging their own path, and Jack Vettriano seems to be one of those.