Pop goes the Jubilee – The Queen by Sir Peter Blake

Own an exclusive giclée reproduction of Sir Peter Blake’s portrait of the Queen

To commemorate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, Radio Times is offering readers the chance to buy a collectible reproduction of this issue’s cover art, created by Sir Peter Blake.

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This extraordinary portrait captures Queen Elizabeth II in the inimitable style of one of our foremost artists.

Sometimes called the Godfather of British Pop Art, Sir Peter is best known for his iconic cover for the Beatles’ album Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. He has been a leading figure in the British art scene for more than half a century, creating cover art for bands including the Who and Oasis as well as producing many stand-alone artworks.

This unsigned reproduction is available exclusively to Radio Times readers for only £49 plus £3.90 p&p. 

It is also available professionally framed in English oak for £100 plus £20 p&p.

Framed copies will be t-hinge mounted in a gate fold window mount using acid-free mount board. 
This is archival and fully reversible should you want to re-frame the reproduction in the future. 

Each reproduction will come with a certificate of authenticity. Sizes: unframed: 297x297mm, framed: 353x353mm.

Orders must be received by 12 June 2012 and all reproductions will be posted by 10 July 2012.

Buy online today from the Central Illustration Agency site

Or, order by phone* on 0844 543 9843 and quote RTPB23

Please allow 28 days for delivery.

*No more than 5p per minute from a BT landline, calls from mobiles and other providers may vary.

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A percentage of the profit from sales of this reproduction is being donated to the Prince’s Trust.