Alfred the Grate


Would you like to see this artwork in your room? Simply send us a picture of your space with a rough dimension and the format you would like to and we will gladly show you.

Alfred, “King of the Swiggers”, is a juxtaposition of a very handsome hulk of an orang-utan in an urban environment appearing to portray the life he could be heading for… This fantastic piece would look great displayed along side Drag Queen.


Giclée and Limited Edition Information

Giclée Paper – Limited edition of 95 plus artist proofs

Giclée Box Canvas – Limited edition of 95 plus artist proofs

All limited edition prints are checked, numbered and hand signed by Paul James and include a Certificate of Authenticity.

Giclée Paper – Mounted Only

61cm high x 74.5cm wide

Cellophane wrapped, and presented with an off white mount board ready for you to add a frame of your choosing.

Giclée Paper – Framed With Our Optional Black Polished Wooden Frame

75cm high x 78.5cm wide

Our choice of off-white mount and striking black high gloss frame suits Paul’s artwork magnificently.

The print is protected behind glass within the frame and your framed piece will arrive to you in sturdy cardboard packaging.

Giclée Box Canvas – Ready to Hang

91.5cm high x 117cm wide and 4.5cm deep.

The unframed box canvas is strung and ready hang on your wall.

The overall size is 61cm high x 91cm wide and 4.5cm deep.

Giclée Box Canvas – Framed With Our Optional Matt Black Wooden Frame

When you select this option, your Giclée box canvas print will arrive arrive to you pre-stretched over a quality wooden box structure, and then set into a chunky black wooden frame.

This optional frame is matt black with a slight ‘wood grain’ texture. When you select this framed option in the drop down list the main image will change to show you how the artwork will look in this frame.

The overall size when framed 105.5cm high x 131cm wide x 5.5cm deep.

About Paul

A leading contemporary animal and landscape realist painter – Paul is world renowned for the skill and craftsmanship of his artwork. He dedicates himself to each piece with passion. Freedom is his forte and therefore his work is always fresh and current.

Paul James