Hirst

Damien Hirst is an English conceptual artist, born in Bristol, England in 1965. He is considered one of the top British artists and also internationally. Hirst's art addresses vanitas and beauty, death and rebirth, medicine, technology, and mortality. He is known for presenting dead animals in formaldehyde as art and employing ready-made objects to question the very nature of art. In 1995, he won the Turner Prize, Great Britain's premier award for contemporary art. Some of his most famous works include "The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living," "For the Love of God," and "The Golden Calf." Hirst is reportedly the United Kingdom's richest living artist, with his wealth estimated at £215 million.

ORIGINAL ARTWORKS

Hirst
Edition of 145
Etching with Aquatint
Hirst
Edition of 250
Screenprint in colors on wove paper
Hirst
Edition of 55
Photogravure etchings with lithographic overlay on 400 gsm Vellin Arches
Hirst
357/693-1549
8 laminated Giclée prints on aluminium composite panels
Hirst
Edition of 3310
Giclée print on aluminium composite, screen printed with glitter
Hirst
Unique
Unique single etching
Hirst
Unique
Mixed media
Hirst
Unique
Butterflies and household gloss on canvas

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