Damien Hirst, born in 1965, is an interdisciplinary artist who emerged with the Young British Artists, the group of visual artists who exhibited in London in the late 1980s—many newlygraduated from Goldsmiths School of Art—and came to dominate the British art scene for the next decade. Hirst has since become a household name, and is now among the richest living artists of our time. Some of his most iconic works include real-life animals, dead yet immaculately preserved and displayed in tanks of formaldehyde. The most famous of these works is The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living, a 1991 creation comprising a 14-foot shark suspended in a clear case.

Fruitful, Small 2020


  • Description: Laminated giclee prints on aliminium composite panel
  • Dimensions: 39 × 39 cm
  • Edition Type: Timed
  • Edition Size: 3308
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