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Current bid: $55,000 CAD
Bidding History
Paddle # Date Amount

8993 29-Oct-2020 03:09:13 PM $55,000

818525 29-Oct-2020 03:07:49 PM $50,000

8993 29-Oct-2020 03:05:26 PM $47,500

818525 29-Oct-2020 02:56:35 PM $45,000

8993 26-Oct-2020 12:46:34 PM $42,500

818525 26-Oct-2020 12:40:38 PM $40,000

34301 26-Oct-2020 11:16:42 AM $37,500 AutoBid

8993 26-Oct-2020 11:14:31 AM $35,000 AutoBid

34301 24-Oct-2020 02:40:17 PM $32,500 AutoBid

8993 24-Oct-2020 02:40:16 PM $30,000 AutoBid

34301 24-Oct-2020 09:12:22 AM $27,500 AutoBid

8993 23-Oct-2020 07:34:58 AM $25,000 AutoBid

818526 23-Oct-2020 12:05:34 AM $22,500

8993 22-Oct-2020 05:37:34 PM $20,000 AutoBid

818526 22-Oct-2020 03:32:58 PM $19,000 AutoBid

8993 06-Oct-2020 08:29:35 AM $18,000

LOT 207

Damien Hirst
1965 -

silkscreen print with glazes and diamond dust on paper
signed and editioned 23/50 and on verso dated 2007 on the gallery labels
47 1/4 x 47 1/4 in, 120 x 120 cm

Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000

Sold for: $67,250

Preview at:

Gagosian Gallery, London
Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal
Private Collection, Montreal

Orvieto, a large-scale dazzling print, is part of Damien Hirst’s famous series of Cathedral prints. This series of works is based on his 2006 Superstition paintings, which use butterfly wings to create shimmering patterns and meticulous compositions that evoke the stained-glass windows of Gothic cathedrals and the tesserae of Byzantine mosaics. Hirst juxtaposes the fragility and exquisite beauty of the butterfly wings to the monumentality and lavishness of religious art, creating a clever interplay of some of Hirst’s favorite themes: nature, religion, life, death and wealth. This print specifically references the Orvieto Cathedral, a large 14th century Roman Catholic cathedral in the town of Orvieto, which sits on a volcanic plug in the region of Umbria, in Italy. The cathedral has a large rose window, eye-catching golden mosaics and three imposing bronze doors. Much like the cathedral’s façade, the visual impact of Hirst’s Orvieto is immediate and captivating.

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