Damien Hirst

Damien Hirst

The Archangels

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The Archangels


HENI is delighted to present The Archangels, a series of four limited edition prints by Damien Hirst based on paintings from his Cherry Blossoms series.

The artworks are Giclée prints on archival fine art paper, set within a walnut frame measuring 60.5 x 152.5 cm. Each artwork is hand-signed by the artist and numbered on the front. The edition size of each print is limited to 100 (plus 20 APs).

The application window is open for two days only, from 23 April until 18:00 BST on 25 April. Each application will be reviewed individually, and a manual allocation will take place to ensure fair and broad distribution.

 
Raphael

Damien Hirst, 2021

H15-1

60.5 x 152.5 cm (framed)

52 x 144 cm (unframed)

Giclée print on archival fine art paper

Uriel

Damien Hirst, 2021

H15-2

60.5 x 152.5 cm (framed)

52 x 144 cm (unframed)

Giclée print on archival fine art paper

Michael

Damien Hirst, 2021

H15-3

60.5 x 152.5 cm (framed)

52 x 144 cm (unframed)

Giclée print on archival fine art paper

Gabriel

Damien Hirst, 2021

H15-4

60.5 x 152.5 cm (framed)

52 x 144 cm (unframed)

Giclée print on archival fine art paper

Damien Hirst


Damien Hirst is a British artist whose name has become synonymous with contemporary art. Since his generative work as a student at Goldsmiths School of Art, Hirst's production has been boundary−redefining in nature. Working primarily in installation, painting, sculpture and drawing, Hirst explores the complex relationships between art, beauty, religion, science, life and death. He constantly returns to his foundational interests and themes, which he reworks to develop an innovative visual language.

About The Archangels


The Archangels prints are based on four quadriptychs from Damien Hirst’s Cherry Blossoms series. The original works were named after the archangels Raphael, Uriel, Michael and Gabriel respectively. Speaking of the Cherry Blossoms series, Hirst said:

"The Cherry Blossoms are about beauty and life and death…They’re decorative but taken from nature. They’re about desire and how we process the things around us and what we turn them into, but also about the insane visual transience of beauty – a tree in full crazy blossom against a clear sky."

Visit HENI Gallery


All of the prints are on display at the HENI Gallery for the duration of the drop. Admission to the gallery is free, with no appointment required.

HENI Gallery
6-10 Lexington St, London W1F 0LB,
United Kingdom
Open Monday - Friday, from 10am - 6pm

Timeline

To ensure a fair and broad distribution, the limited edition artworks are being sold on an application basis for a limited time only. If you would like to purchase a work, click ‘Apply Now’ and fill out the application form.

APPLICATION

The application window is open for two days only, from 23 April until 18:00 BST on 25 April.

ALLOCATION

HENI will carefully review each application and aims to start notifying successful applicants around two weeks after the application period has closed. Allocations will be done in phases over the following weeks.

DISTRIBUTION

HENI estimates that all artworks will be dispatched within one month of the close of the application window.

 

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