Screen Prints For Sale

Discover an extensive selection of screen prints for sale in our online gallery. Our collection includes artworks by some of the most talented contemporary screen print artists. Shop screen prints today to find the perfect artwork for your home. Not sure where to start? Explore our popular figurative screen prints or browse abstract screen prints.


Bruce Mclean is one of Rise Art’s most distinguished artists with awards including the John Moores Painting Prize as well as the Mercedes Benz Prize for painting. Alongside his prestigious painting portfolio, Mclean is also a talented printmaker, with his distinctive bold colours and expressive shapes shining through the medium in a way that is instantly recognisable. Similarly to Andy Warhol, Mclean holds onto imperfect painterly details, with drips and brushstrokes still evident in his screen prints. In On The Ball, the artist adopts a primary colours palette as goalkeepers on the football field emerge out of an abstract, geometric landscape. One leaps into a cubist black box, while the other stands still, arms outstretched, as if imitating Antony Gormley’s statue, the Angel of the North. The bright pink colours in Bruce Mclean’s Hot Spring Path are evocative of the commercial tones popular with Pop Art artists.

Similarly printmaker Anna Marrow also harks back to that pop-art palette. In Anna’s Shadows and Reflections we find a reinterpretation of David Hockney’s pop art swimming pools. Marrow’s study of the light in the water is hypnotic, creating a giraffe-like pattern in the blue water which is only interrupted by dream-like shadows of a human silhouette and a palm leaf. In baked pink, Marrow’s Head in the Clouds has that same vintage feel as divers leap off the diving board towards an invisible swimming pool.

The screen printed cityscapes by London-based artist Clare Halifax leave behind those sixties’ shades, opting instead for more muted tones. While Rooftops at Royal Albert Hall retains a vivid blue sky, the landscape leading up to the horizon is monochrome. I See You Empire State depicts a dense and detailed study of New York’s urban landscape, where the buildings are so tightly packed, there is barely any reprieve until the river meets the horizon.


Screen prints (also known as silkscreen prints) are created by forcing ink through a mesh screen onto a surface. Areas which the artist does not want to print onto can be blocked out using a stencil, as only ink that passes through the mesh forms the final image. Artists can repeat the process on the same surface to add different colours or to create a layered, painterly effect.

Screen printing is believed to have first appeared in China’s imperial Song Dynasty between 960 and 1279 AD. Whilst the technique spread across Asia, screen printing was slow to gain traction in the West, partly due to Europe and North America’s limited supply of silk, which was then necessary for screen printing’s mesh screen. When the fabric became more readily available in the 19th century, the technique was initially used to create fabrics and wallpapers.

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    Prints - 57x40 cm
    Carlyon Sunshine by Terry Frost

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    Prints - 84x79 cm
    Untitled by Nelson Makamo


    Prints - 57x40 cm
    Sun Tree by Terry Frost

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    Prints - 80x84 cm
    Fish by Andy Warhol


    Prints - 106x76 cm
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    Prints - 105x75 cm
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    Prints - 75x75 cm

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    Prints - 115x82 cm

    Orange and Red Facets

    Prints - 45x45 cmRent for $90 /mo


    Prints - 63x65 cm

    Delirium (Yellow)

    Prints - 84x64 cmRent for $115 /mo


    Prints - 40x60 cm

    The future is equal

    Prints - 61x45 cm

    1923 Converse Chuck Taylor

    Prints - 42x59 cm

    Lenox Lounge

    Prints - 50x50 cm

    Swiss Mountain Map

    Prints - 42x59 cm

    Formula One

    Prints - 50x50 cm

    Diving Board Picture

    Prints - 102x76 cm

    Made in London

    Prints - 86x114 cmRent for $115 /mo

    Infatuation (Yellow)

    Prints - 84x64 cm

    Open Minds

    Prints - 61x91 cm

    The Black Widows

    Prints - 34x34 cm

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