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Beverley Hills is a large print from Damien Hirst's 2016 Colour Space paintings that depict his iconic spots in a way that portrays a powerful sense of movement and flow to create this large artwork. There is a clear sense of movement with overlapping spots, a fun and captivating way to depict his famous spots.


Diasec-mounted giclée on aluminium panel.

Limited edition of 100.

Measures 90 x 90 cm. 

Signed on the publishers label on the reverse in pencil by Hirst.

In the original Heni packaging. 


Damien Hirst (born 1965) rose to prominence in the late 1980s and early 1990s with his striking works of art. He was a key member of the Young British Artists, won the Turner Prize in 1995 and challenges perceptions and the limits of art. Hirst has also challenged the art market; in 2008 he held an auction with Sotheby’s and sold over 200 pieces of his work direct to the public by bypassing galleries, earning £111 million. He explores themes of life, death and religion, and has created thought provoking artworks including various animals in formaldehyde and For The Love Of God, a diamond encrusted human skull with 8,601 diamonds. 

Damien Hirst Beverley Hills

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