5 Year Print Market Review 2023

H10
The Empresses

Visually stunning and drenched in crimson red, Damien Hirst’s 2022 H10 The Empresses is a set of 5 butterfly compositions, released as a print and NFT series for HENI Editions. The prints are laminated giclée on aluminium composite with screen printed glitter, each named after an Empress of notable reign.

Damien Hirst prints for sale

H10 The Empresses (complete set) - Signed Print by Damien Hirst 2022 - MyArtBroker
H10 The Empresses (complete set) 
Damien HirstSigned Print 

£12,000-£18,000 Value Indicator

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$110,000-$170,000 Value Indicator

¥2,190,000-¥3,280,000 Value Indicator

$14,500-$22,000 Value Indicator

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H10-3 Theodora - Signed Print by Damien Hirst 2022 - MyArtBroker
H10-3 Theodora 
Damien HirstSigned Print 

£2,950-£4,400 Value Indicator

$5,500-$8,500 Value Indicator

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¥26,000-¥40,000 Value Indicator

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¥540,000-¥800,000 Value Indicator

$3,600-$5,500 Value Indicator

-6% AAGR (5YR)

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H10-2 Nūr Jahān - Signed Print by Damien Hirst 2022 - MyArtBroker
H10-2 Nūr Jahān 
Damien HirstSigned Print 

£2,150-£3,200 Value Indicator

$4,050-$6,000 Value Indicator

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¥19,000-¥28,000 Value Indicator

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¥390,000-¥580,000 Value Indicator

$2,600-$3,900 Value Indicator

-47% AAGR (5YR)

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H10-4 Suiko - Signed Print by Damien Hirst 2022 - MyArtBroker
H10-4 Suiko 
Damien HirstSigned Print 

£2,000-£3,050 Value Indicator

$3,800-$6,000 Value Indicator

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¥18,000-¥27,000 Value Indicator

2,300-3,500 Value Indicator

$19,000-$29,000 Value Indicator

¥360,000-¥560,000 Value Indicator

$2,450-$3,700 Value Indicator

-43% AAGR (5YR)

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H10-5 Taytu Betul - Signed Print by Damien Hirst 2022 - MyArtBroker
H10-5 Taytu Betul 
Damien HirstSigned Print 

£1,800-£2,750 Value Indicator

$3,400-$5,000 Value Indicator

$3,000-$4,550 Value Indicator

¥16,000-¥24,000 Value Indicator

2,100-3,150 Value Indicator

$17,000-$26,000 Value Indicator

¥330,000-¥500,000 Value Indicator

$2,200-$3,350 Value Indicator

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H10-1 Wu Zetian - Signed Print by Damien Hirst 2022 - MyArtBroker
H10-1 Wu Zetian 
Damien HirstSigned Print 

£2,000-£3,000 Value Indicator

$3,800-$5,500 Value Indicator

$3,300-$4,950 Value Indicator

¥18,000-¥27,000 Value Indicator

2,300-3,450 Value Indicator

$19,000-$29,000 Value Indicator

¥360,000-¥550,000 Value Indicator

$2,450-$3,650 Value Indicator

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Meaning & Analysis

Published by HENI editions in 2022, Hirst’s H10 The Empresses are a set of 5 intricate butterfly compositions, available as physical works or as NFTs. The H-10 The Empresses collection was completed by Hirst in 2022 and published by HENI Editions. Each laminated giclée print in the collection is printed on aluminium composite and screen printed with glitter which gives the prints a dazzling finish.

The prints in this collection are all named after an Empress, as indicated by the collection’s title. The Empresses Hirst chooses are all linked to notable historical periods in which they exerted significant influence. Wu Zetian, for example, was an important figure in the consolidation of the Tang Dynasty and Empress Theodora brought about notable changes to Byzantine society. Other Empresses that Hirst uses as inspiration for the collection are Nūr Jahān the de-facto Empress of the Mughal Empire, Suiko, the first recorded empress of Japan and Taytu Betul, the Empress of Ethiopia in the 19th century.