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Marc Quinn

Meteor VII

Artwork size: 10 x 10 cm
Image size: 10cm x 10cm
Edition of 250
Limited Edition

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‘Meteor VII’ is a pigment print by award winning British artist Marc Quinn. Printed onto 300gsm Somerset Photo paper, the print is from a limited edition of 250. Signed and numbered by the artist.
Contemporary artist Marc Quinn is one of the leading names of the twenty-first century British art scene. Famous for casting his head in ten pints of his own frozen blood, and for crowning Trafalgar Square’s fourth plinth with the exceptional marble sculpture of artist Alison Lapper, Quinn has been a rising star of the art world since the 1990s, producing an extensive and distinctive oeuvre like no other. With a penchant for humanity’s darker side and a tendency toward the existential, Quinn creates an art that thinks, always probing life’s big questions through an aesthetic which is captivating. ‘Meteor VII’ indulges in Quinn’s fascination with horticulture, mixing in a little of his dark aesthetic. The print depicts a large Orchid in negative tones: white petals have become black, the areas of shadow taking on a ghostly pink hue. A pop of scarlet-red sits at the orchid’s centre and, around the edges of the square print, Quinn has included snippets of other flowers and fruit in saturated purples and pinks. Beautiful but bewitching, with its hyper-real palette, ‘Meteor VII’ reveals the darker side of mother nature. For all enquiries regarding framing please call 01273 766360 or email support@artrepublic.com.

About The Artist - Marc Quinn


Marc Quinn is one of the leading artists of his generation. Graduating from Cambridge University with a degree in History and History of Art, his works include a wide range of media including; sculptures, paintings and drawings. Quinn’s work uses a broad range of materials, both traditional and untraditional.


The relationship between art and science, the human body and the perception of beauty are at the heart of Quinn’s work. Marc Quinn has received two awards for his incredible art prints: The Royal Academy of Arts Charles Wollaston Award in 2001 and 4th Plinth Commission for Trafalgar Square in 2004.



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