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Damien Hirst: The Last Supper - Signed Print

The Last Supper
Signed Print

Damien Hirst

£2,000-£3,000 Guide

This estimate blends recent public auction records with our own private sale data and network demand.

Screenprint, 2005
Signed Print Edition of 150
H 148cm x W 197cm

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Critical Review

The theme of the print is nuclear destruction, with the map detailing the number of nuclear weapons each country has. The print touches on sombre themes of death and destruction, which contrasts with Hirst’s other works which tend to explore the subject of death in a lighter way, such as through the use of animals preserved in formaldehyde or dead insects.

The references to Jesus and his disciplines reflects how, in The Last Supper, Hirst is able to combine religion, war, and death in one print. Hirst often addresses difficult themes and questions through his art. The artist explains,“I am absolutely not interested in tying things down. “Instead, Hirst has continued over the last decade to explore the “big issues” of “death, life, religion, beauty, science.”

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