Posted by Jay on July 10, 2007 at 09:43 AM CST
So, as you may have heard from the three separate announcements on StarWars.com, there are going to be about 25 different artists at the Celebration Art Show this year at Celebration Europe, in London's ExCel Center. All the artists have been revealed and are listed below.

We've put together a handy visual guide to all the lithographs that will be available. You can click on any of the images below to see a larger version. We have also put the price you can expect to pay. If there is no price, it means that it is not currently known. In terms of availability, it seems that with the exception of the Busch, JAKe, and Ralph McQuarrie prints, which are limited to 125 each, every other print is limited to 250 pieces. Anything unsold will either be destroyed or sold off thru StarWarsShop.com.

If you are interested in the artists work, please click on their name to visit their site and see more pieces. If anyone has any further information on a piece, please feel to send it to jay at rebelscum.com.

Updated 2: Updated notes, prices and images for several of the artists

Steve AndersonSteve Anderson
The Dark Avenger
Buyers of the this print will receive a free small print of Leia and Padmé with their blasters.
Limited to 250
Matt BuschMatt Busch
The First 30 Years
18in x 24in 100 lb stock with an aqueous coat; Signed and Numbered
Limited to 125
Matt BuschMatt Busch
The Next 30 Years
18in x 24in 100 lb stock with an aqueous coat; Signed and Numbered
Limited to 125
Joe CorroneyJoe Corroney
The First Thirty Years
18in x 24in
£35
Limited to 250
Cynthia CummensCynthia Cummens
The Incredible Women of Star Wars
12in x 18in
£30
Limited to 250
Dan&DanDan&Dan
Limited to 250
Dave DormanDave Dorman
Incident on the Jundland Wastes, Tatooine
20in x 36in
£75
Limited to 250
Tommy Lee EdwardsTommy Lee Edwards
20in x 30in
Limited to 250
Tom HodgesTom Hodges
Celebrating 30
20in x 30in
£50
Limited to 250
Adam HughesAdam Hughes
Nouveau Leia
18.5in x 39in
£75
Limited to 250
JAKeJAKe
1977–A Long Time Ago...
16.5in x 23in
Limited to 125
JAKeJAKe
Boba Fett
16.5in x 23in
Limited to 125
Randy MartinezRandy Martinez
Sith- The Power of the Dark Side, Live at Wembley Stadium
24in x 18in
£20
Limited to 250
Randy MartinezRandy Martinez
Available in Celebration Store
Ralph McQuarrieRalph McQuarrie
11in x 17in
Limited to 125
Ralph McQuarrieRalph McQuarrie
11in x 17in
Limited to 125
Monte MooreMonte Moore
A Balance of Force
same as the print from C4, but on canvas, 18in x 24in
£75
Limited to 100
Terese NielsenTerese Nielsen
Limited to 250
Jason PalmerJason Palmer
Padme
24in x 36in
Limited to 250
Brian RoodBrian Rood
24in x 36in; double-sided with Brian's Celebration 4 print on the reverse.
Limited to 250
Tsuneo SandaTsuneo Sanda
594mm x 420mm
Limited to 250
Allison SohnAllison Sohn
The Senator
18in x 24in
£30
Limited to 250
Cat StaggsCat Staggs
They Were Expendable
18in x 24in
£50
Limited to 250
Ken SteacyKen Steacy
Limited to 250
Chris TrevasChris Trevas
30 Years of the Force
18in x 24in
£35
Limited to 250
Jerry VandersteltJerry Vanderstelt
Limited to 250
Russell WalksRussell Walks
18in x 24in; buyers receive postcard of the print (image of back); first 50 buyers also get an artist proof of his C4 poster. Also available is his 30th Anniversary piece £25, 24in x 36in.
£45
Limited to 250
Marc WolfeMarc Wolfe
Gangsters Paradise
16in x 24in
£40
Limited to 250
Brent WoodsideBrent Woodside
Limited to 250
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