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Damien Hirst, Pegwell Bay, H13-6, from Where the Land Meets the Sea, 2023

Damien Hirst


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Damien Hirst

Pegwell Bay, H13-6, from Where the Land Meets the Sea, 2023

Laminated Giclée print on aluminium composite panel
Hand-signed on the label and numbered 127/248. This artwork can be hung any way up.
35 2/5 × 35 2/5 inches
Hand-signed on the attached label on the back (see additional photos) and numbered 127/248. This artwork can be hung any way up.
Published by HENI Inc., United Kingdom
Acquired directly from the publisher - brand new in original packaging
This is one of the lowest edition numbers - only 248 - of any of the Damien Hirst HENI Editions. A true collectible.
H13-6 is an edition of the original painting CP119. Pegwell Bay which is part of the ’Coast Paintings’ series. Created in 2019, ’Coast Paintings’ are colourful action paintings which convey the energy, excitement and change experienced by the seaside in winter, reflected in the works being named after British coastal locations. The ’Coast Paintings’ began their life as grey canvases which were laid on the floor of Hirst’s studio while he painted his acclaimed Cherry Blossoms series.
This edition is part of the 'Where the Land Meets the Sea' series, which also consists of artworks taken from Hirst's series ’Sea Paintings’ and ’Seascapes’.
Pegwell Bay is a shallow inlet in the English Channel coast astride the estuary of the River Stour north of Sandwich Bay, between Ramsgate and Sandwich in Kent. Part of the bay is a nature reserve, with seashore habitats including mudflats and salt marsh with migrating waders and wildfowl. The public can access the nature reserve via Pegwell Bay Country Park, which is off the A256 Ramsgate to Dover road.
Archaeologists suggest that Pegwell Bay was the landing site for both Roman invasions of Britain by Julius Caesar. In 2017 the University of Leicester excavated a large fort dating from 54 BC; it was the previous lack of such evidence that had prevented historians from fixing the exact site of Caesar's landing.
Pegwell Bay as it was in 1858 is recorded in a much-reproduced landscape painting by William Dyce, now in the Tate Gallery: Pegwell Bay, Kent – a Recollection of October 5th 1858

Acquired directly from the publisher


Height:   35.40
Width:   35.40