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Meteor I

‘Meteor I’ 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 I’ 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 white hue. A pop of electric-yellow sits at the orchid’s centre and, around the edges of the square print, Quinn has included snippets of other flowers, peripheral to the majestic orchid. Beautiful but bewitching, ‘Meteor I’ reveals the darker side of mother nature. For all enquiries regarding framing please call 01273 766360 or email



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  • Artwork size: 10 x 10 cm
  • Image size: 10cm x 10cm
  • Edition of 250
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Marc Quinn

Marc lives and works in London and has been known to explore both traditional and nontraditional materials, in a range of mediums. His attention to the complex systems which govern our world, such as our relationship with nature, desire and beauty reflect Marc’s passion for symbolic and thoughtful artworks. Marc graduated from Cambridge University, and regularly uses his academic background to connect his contemporary artwork to that of antiquity. Marc has exhibited internationally in various prestigious museums including the Tate Gallery, National Portrait Gallery and The British Museum.



We love his approach to the use of bold colours, paired with his interest in how people live in and navigate the world. His attention to the complex systems which govern our world, such as our relationship with nature, human desire, identity, and beauty reflect Marc’s passion for symbolic and thoughtful artworks. His hyperrealistic oil paintings of flowers reinvigorate the traditional still-life into vibrant images.
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