About this website
The website is now organized in sections, according to the technique of printmaking employed. You will be pleased to know that since the last update, Stan has been able to collaborate with the world-famous Curwen Studio to produce new stone and plate lithographs, and Advanced Graphics for a new serigraph. And since the purchase of his new large-format giclee equipment and interactive electronic matrix, he has been able to vastly increase the innovative experimentation for which he is so admired by his collectors and fellow neo-romantic artists alike. The image sections of the website are Stone Lithographs, Plate Lithographs, Giclee, Serigraphs and Remarques.
Where an image is an original print, the letters (OP) are shown alongside the image number. Technical Terms are fully explained in the section ‘Prints and Printmaking’. Collectors intending to purchase images for both aesthetic and investment purposes are advised to spend a few moments reading this section. If you are considering a purchase for purely aesthetic reasons, it will probably suffice to know that all the images shown on the site conform to BSI 7876; 1996, categories A, B, or C, meaning that they all have the artist’s direct and total involvement. In order to retain the integrity of the images, Stan no longer produces category D, E, F, or G images.
Since most regular collectors prefer to deal with the artist directly, or at least receive a human response, there is no e-commerce facility. But more often than not, it will be Nicola who will respond to your call. Please note that the actual colours cannot be precisely replicated on a computer monitor or tv screen, but if you are not completely happy with a purchase, a refund will be provided immediately on return of your goods. All major credit/debit cards are accepted, and images can usually be despatched within 48 hours. You have the assurance that you are dealing directly with Stan and Nicola Rosenthal. Please ‘phone any of the numbers below if you have a query or wish to make a purchase.
It may seem strange that two images of the same size and produced by the same means, with the same edition quantity, have different prices. This is because the price of limited editions increases as the images sell out. The perfect examples are the two Red Flash images which originally sold as a pre-publication offer at £90 each, and are now £350 each because there are only about ten left of each image. Some other images are due to follow suit in the near future.