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Norcamphor

The delightfully menacing chemical names for Hirst’s spot prints come from the chemical company Sigma-Aldrich’s catalogue ‘Biochemicals for Research and Diagnostic Reagents’, a book Hirst found in the early 90’s.

‘Norcamphor’ is far from the colourless solid that is its namesake, but a direct and unapologetic display for Hirst’s love of colour. Using his iconic grid layout, the satisfying simplicity of the piece is simultaneously relaxing and invigorating.

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Specifications
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Signed: Yes
Medium: Print
Edition Type: Limited Edition
Edition Size: 55
Size (cm): 64 x 64
SKU: EG02899
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Your Framing Options at entergallery.com

Box framing is provided with all our online framing, creating a distance between the glass and your artwork, so no risk of ink transfer to the pane. it's the perfect, gallery grade choice for limited edition prints or original artworks.

Shadow float mounting is offered as an option, often used by galleries, it gives an appearance of the artwork floating within the frame. Our archival foam core mounts create depth too.

Glazing our UK framing orders are shipped with glass. For our customers outside the UK we frame with gallery grade cast acrylic offering superb clarity and protection.

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Shipping
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If your order will take more than 7 days to despatch, we will keep you regularly updated by email.

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About the artist
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British art phenomenon Damien Hirst shot to fame after winning the Turner Prize in 1995. One of the YBAs (Young British Artists), who dominated the UK art scene during the 1990s, Hirst has always been contentious, impressing and shocking the art world in equal measure with his provocative approach.

His varied work explores the complex threads of relation between art, religion, science, life and death. Hirst works across diverse media, creating sculpture, installation, painting and prints. From diamond encrusted skulls to giant pills, colourful spot paintings to the life-and-death of butterflies, Hirst’s work might divide opinion, but one thing remains a constant: every piece is unforgettable. 

In his own words: “Great art or good art, is when you look at it, experience it and it stays in your mind. I don’t think conceptual art and traditional art are all that different.”