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Rainbow Heart, small

Artist
Available from
Medium
Movement
Year
2020
Edition
From a limited edition of 3510
Dimensions
13 4/5 × 14 3/10 in (35 × 36.4 cm)
Condition
mint
Signed
signed

Laminated Giclée print on aluminium composite panel.
13 4/5 × 14 3/10 in (35 × 36.4 cm)
From a limited edition of 3510
Excellent, 'as new' / unused condition. Sold in original protective shipping casing / box, as issued by the publisher.
Hand-signed and numbered by the artist, verso.


Notes: Created in 2020 as a limited edition, the 'Butterfly Heart' edition consists of digitally made photographed real butterfly wings placed onto a heart-shaped aluminum panel. This edition includes Hirst´s best-known motifs; the butterflies, and the rainbow color alignment on the heart-shaped print.

Shortly after graduating from Goldsmiths, in 1989, Hirst began working on a series of paintings after seeing flies get stuck on primed canvases in his Brixton studio. Taking this idea, but wanting to create something beautiful, Hirst started fixing the bodies of dead butterflies to monochrome gloss-painted canvases. The appeal of butterflies is created largely by the appearance of life they retain in death.

Hirst has said, “I think rather than be personal you have to find universal triggers: everyone’s frightened of glass, everyone’s frightened of sharks, everyone loves butterflies.”

The Butterfly works go hand-in-hand with the heart-shaped canvases. Soon after Hirst began working on his now-iconic series of butterfly paintings he shaped the canvas into a heart - the international symbol for love.

More original art and limited edition prints available at AB Projects London
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