Damien Hirst has become one of the most famous living British artists. The most influential member of a school of artists originating from Goldsmiths, University of London in the 1980s, Hirst has become a household name. His work focuses on the fundamental elements of life, including death and love, which he expresses in controversial sculptures, installations, paintings, and prints. In Sceptic, Hirst employs one of his signature motifs: butterflies. Butterflies’ connotation of resurrection brings Hirst’s elaborate butterfly works a special religious overtone. Many of them are arranged into complex patterns that resemble traditional stained glass church windows. The print is in beautiful condition and is sold framed. Further images are available on request. Please do not hesitate to contact the gallery with any questions.
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