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Paint Brush Girl

Dolk
1,500 SGD ($)
2008
Prints
Hand signed, limited edition silkscreen on paper
70 x 50 x 0 cm
79 of 250
Excellent
Available For Sale
Street Artist,Pop Culture,Stencil Art
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Good To Know: Unframed, stored flat in humidity controlled art storage facility, refer additional information to download Condition Report; Arty-Fact: In 2008 Banksy created a street art festival held in a disused road tunnel (Leake Street) underneath Waterloo Station in South London. The project was called the Cans Festival. Banksy messaged about 40 street artists globally inviting them to participate. Among them was Dolk. The objective was simple: turn a neglected hell hole into an oasis of beautiful art. Paint Brush Girl was one of a number of images painted by Dolk. A limited edition silkscreen print was released in October 2008 which sold out in just over a week.

Selling

TypeAmountNoteAdditional
Asking Price1,500 SGDExcludes international shipping and applicable import duties or charges. Please contact our gallery for a shipping quote. Delivery within Singapore is free.-

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About The Artist

Dolk Lundgren, better known just as Dolk, is a Norwegian most recognized street artist, whose humoristic and critical graffiti are often motivated by pop-culture.Read More

About The Gallery

#18-01 The Morningside, 1 Jalan Kuala, Singapore 239639,By Appointment Only, Singapore
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