Murakami print - Maiden in a Yellow Straw Hat - only one left - UNFRAMED
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Murakami print - Maiden in a Yellow Straw Hat - only one left - UNFRAMED Murakami print - Maiden in a Yellow Straw Hat - only one left - UNFRAMED Murakami print - Maiden in a Yellow Straw Hat - only one left - UNFRAMED Murakami print - Maiden in a Yellow Straw Hat - only one left - UNFRAMED Murakami print - Maiden in a Yellow Straw Hat - only one left - UNFRAMED Murakami print - Maiden in a Yellow Straw Hat - only one left - UNFRAMED
Takashi Murakami $3,880.00

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Description

This is an original Murakami print "Maiden in Yellow Straw Hat", signed and numbered out of 300. 

4 color offset print with cold stamp. 600 mm x 600 mm (approx 23.6 in x 23.6 in).

Last one left. In its original packaging, sealed in mint condition. Images illustrate our previous prints as unwrapped.

This item is final sale, and is non refundable as each work of art sold has to be handled professionally by our gallery to ensure integrity of the work.

Certificate of Authenticity provided by gallery.

The ‘foil stamp’ makes the print gleam when viewed at a slight angle. All silver parts of the print shine when viewed at an angle. The lay of the flowers give the piece a sense of depth.

Framing available upon request: - choice of matt silver or white frame. - outer dimensions approx. 33 x 33 in.

IMAGES show Maiden in Yellow Straw Hat as well as Shangri-La - both are last ones, sold unframed and subject to availability. 

 

Takashi Murakami is a world famous artist who has firmly established himself in the international art scene with his spectacular and distinctively Japanese aesthetic. As one of the founding members of the “Superflat” movement which placed him within the legacy of Pop art, he creates art with an exceptionally original artistic language inspired by his homeland’s anime, manga culture and informed by Japan’s centuries old artistic lineage, Buddhism, and historical Japanese art. In true pop-art style, he blurs the boundaries between fine art and mass culture, integrating marketing and consumerism into his artistic concept. In doing so, he traverses the spheres of art, design, and pop culture, as shown by his collaboration with Louis Vuitton. His work has been the subject of numerous exhibitions around the world, including at the The Broad, Los Angeles, Gagosian Gallery in London, the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao and the MOMA.