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SOLD - Julian Opie Signed Limited edition Print Cowbells Tractor Siren


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SOLD - Julian Opie Signed Limited edition Print Cowbells Tractor Siren

Date: 2000

Signed By: Julian Opie In Pencil On Verso

Edition: 40 Prints World Wide

Dimensions: Paper and image 74cm x 110cm

Atelier: Reference By Alan Cristea Gallery

Condition: Excellent

Medium: Limited edition Lambda Print On Acrylic

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From Eight Landscapes, 2000 - Signed
Design and artwork Julian Opie

A Limited edition Lambda Print On Acrylic
Published By Alan Cristea, London
Condition - Mint

Edition size 40 Worldwide
Please call +44 (0)121 236 5800 for frame prices and options

Julian Opie was born in London and raised in Oxford. After
the Dragon School, Oxford, he spent some time at Magdalen
College School, Oxford.

His work, derived in part from Patrick Caulfield and Michael
Craig-Martin, involves the reduction of photographs (or
short films) into figurative reproductions (created using
computer software). In his portraiture, the human face is
characterised by black outlines with flat areas of colour,
and minimalised detail, to the extent that an eye can become
just the black circle of the pupil, and sometimes a head is
represented by a circle with a space where the neck would
be. Opie uses computers in art for other works. His Imagine
you are... series, demonstrated how activities such as
driving, walking and climbing could be represented by simple
reductions. In addition, Opie uses sculpture and light
installations to present items of everyday life.

I am simply using that which is available to describe that
which is experienced.

Julian Opie's style was brought into the public eye when he
was asked to design the cover for the British band, Blur's
best of album. On the cover, the band members (clockwise
from top left) Graham Coxon, Alex James, Dave Rowntree and
Damon Albarn are transformed into Opie's style. Also, in
2005 and during Irish rock band, U2, Vertigo world tour, he
showed another LED screen on part of stage set displaying an
aimless walking man figure.

Julian Opie also implements computer technology by cutting
out the outlines and coloured shapes, sometimes on vinyl, as
in large display banners at Tate Britain. Opie is a former
trustee of the Tate Gallery and exhibits with Lisson Gallery
and Alan Cristea Gallery in London. His studio and workshop
is based in Shoreditch, London. He was also the subject of a
book by Mary Horlock published by Tate Publishing as part of
their Modern Artist series. He has recently launched a new
online shop,, reflecting his ambition to
break down the barriers between what is deemed to be 'fine
art' and 'everyday'.