Perry King (b. 1938) is a British artist and printer, one of three brothers (Gyr, Quentin and Perry) who set up a silkscreen printing company in Sussex in 1982 under the name King Publishing. The company designed upmarket posters for art galleries and small boutique shops. The brothers negotiated the rights to works of art by new artists and photographers, as well as established artists such as Bridget Riley, Howard Hodgkin and Terry Frost. The company rebranded to King Posters by the late 1980s with the business developing into other areas including framing and product development for museum shops such as the Tate, National Gallery, Louvre, Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art.

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ArtWise specializes in Modern and Contemporary Art prints by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg,
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