Van Gogh Mini 2016 By Nick Smith

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Nick Smith
14.2 x 18.1
LE0002084NSM-F
limited edition
Giclee
199
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Van Gogh Mini 2016 By Nick Smith
Nick Smith
36 x 46
LE0002084NSM-F
limited edition
199
‘Van Gogh’ is a Giclée Print by sought after contemporary artist Nick Smith. Printed onto Somerset Satin Paper and finished with screen printed varnish over colour blocks, the piece is from a limited edition of 199 and is signed and numbered by the artist.

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    ‘Van Gogh’ is a Giclée Print by sought after contemporary artist Nick Smith. Printed onto Somerset Satin Paper and finished with screen printed varnish over colour blocks, the piece is from a limited edition of 199 and is signed and numbered by the artist.

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    Pioneering contemporary artist Nick Smith works in the most unlikely of mediums: using only the humble Colour Chip swatch and clever colour theory, Smith recreates iconic artworks, from Warhol’s Marilyn to Hockney’s ‘Bigger Spash’.

    ‘Van Gogh’ is a limited edition, reduced size print of Smith’s 2014 original, which reimagines the iconic 1889 self portrait of the Dutch Post-Impressionist, using little squares of colour swatches, each one with a descriptive name associated to the tone, from Labrador to Guacamole. Smith’s ability to capture the original using only colour blocks is truly remarkable and the juxtaposition of past and present, through the use of digital technique, marks a turning point in contemporary art practice. With a stylised Pop-Art aesthetic, loaded with the same conceptual depth and innovation of technique, Smith is surely the Warhol of our time.

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    Van Gogh Mini 2016 By Nick Smith
    Nick Smith
    36 x 46
    LE0002084NSM-F
    limited edition
    199

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