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Pelican by Peter Doig

Pelican by Peter Doig

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Edition Size: 119

Sheet Size: 53.5 X 38 cm


Condition: Pristine

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Signed and dated, not numbered – Published by Griffelkunst, Hamburg, Germany – From the “Black Palm” portfolio – Image size: 19.7 cm x 15 cm – Plate size: 53.5 cm x 38 cm — Peter Doig’s “Pelican” from 2004 is a limited edition etching print, measuring 53.5 x 38 cm. Doig is renowned for his evocative and dreamlike landscapes that often blend reality and imagination. Etching, a traditional printmaking technique, allows for intricate details and rich textures in the artwork. “Pelican” could be an exploration of Doig’s recurring themes, such as nature, memory, and nostalgia. The image of a pelican might carry symbolic meanings or evoke a sense of wonder.

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The Artist

Peter Doig

Peter Doig is a painter from Scotland. He currently lives in Trinidad. He is known for the painting White Canoe, which sold at auction at Sotheby’s for $11.3 million in 2007. At that time, it was the highest amount ever paid for an artwork created by a living artist from Europe. His work is figurative in style and many of his paintings are landscapes. He draws inspiration from photographs which he finds and some of his own, but he paints in a style that is not photorealistic.

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