Stop the Press!!! New works
Monograph is delighted to be able to offer Damien Hirst’s The Last Supper and Three Spot Etchings to our site.
The Last Supper was Hirst’s first major body of prints, a series of 13 screenprints made in 1999. Hirst based the designs on specific pharmaceutical packets but with the original drug names replaced by everyday British café food, such as Liver Bacon Onions, Omelette, Corned Beef and Cornish Pasty. Prints in the series were available to buy individually, and as a result complete portfolios are relatively scarce on the secondary market. Examples are held in the collections of the Tate and the National Galleries of Scotland.
Three spot etchings (2004) is a complete set of three etchings, Cineole, Cinchonidine and Ciclopirox Olamine . Classic Hirst spot prints they are all signed on the front and numbered in pencil on the reverse. Published by Paragon Press, London, they are all in excellent condition and sold unframed. We’re thrilled to announce the availability of these works
For more information head over to our Damien Hirst page
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