Giclee print on 300gms Hahnemuhle Photorag paper image size 439X509mm paper size 500x600mm Limited Edition of 35 POA


Limited Edition of 20 Giclee print on 310 gsm archival etching paper 30cm x 30cm Edition of 20 POA

Still Life

Giclee print on Hahnemuhle Photorag paper. Each print is finished by hand with inks image size 485x595mm paper size 530x650mm Limited Edition of 35 POA

Fall III 'Rescue'

Hand cut Collage Prints - torn edges 
Edition of 8 51cm x 73cm POA

Volcano IV "Geology"

Original Pen, watercolour pencil, inks and collaged vintage map on paper Framed with UV glass 80.5cm x 63cm

The Swimming Cap

Signed Limited Edition Print Hand finished with Gold Ink
Edition of 15 Framed Size 83 x 58cm

Smoke I

Signed Limited edition Print 59.4 x 84.1 cm Edition of 35

Silver Child

Signed Limited edition Print Hand finished with Silver Ink 94.5 x 101.5

Rebel I

Signed limited edition print hand finished with Gold Ink Edition of 20 82 x 82 cm unframed


Pen, inks and watercolour on paper 25x35cm framed in dark blue grey - UV Glass


Original Pen, Ink and Watercolour on paper. (Triptych) Framed Size: 55.5cm x 164.5cm


Original Pen, Ink and watercolour on paper. Framed size: 72 x 59.5cm

Rebel II

Signed Limited edition Print, Hand finished with Gold ink. Edition of 20 82 x 82cm

Delphine Lebourgeois (b 1976)

Intuitive and fuelled with romantic visions , Lebourgeois’s images are collages in their making as well as in the way the ideas are built: incongruous elements play with each other and grow organically into a beautiful, and surreal universe. Fascinated by hats and other head-dresses, many of her figures are adorned by a piece of eccentric millinery, sometimes no less than a fragment of land or a genealogy tree. These headpieces act as poetic metaphors hinting at the subject’s emotions, dreams and aspirations.

Delphine Lebourgeois explains her process: “All the drawings are done by hand with pen or pencils on chinese paper and then later coloured and composed digitally. Most of my images are constructed over weeks even months, until a global architecture emerges. The images change continuously, inform each other…I add or remove layers, even swap them from one picture to the next until an harmony is reached. The simmering time is very important, and the creative process has a performative quality. I like to be surrounded by an “in waiting” body of work, alive with numerous possibilities of outcome”

Delphine has collaborated with many clients around the world including The Guardian, The New Yorker, The Times, Baume & Mercier, Penguin Books, Harper Collins and more

Her work has been exhibited in London, New York, Hong Kong and Singapore.


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