XENZ 'Paradise XL' Flatbed Print on Gold Silkscreen + Varnish
XENZ 'Paradise XL' Flatbed Print on Gold Silkscreen + Varnish
XENZ 'Paradise XL' Flatbed Print on Gold Silkscreen + Varnish
XENZ 'Paradise XL' Flatbed Print on Gold Silkscreen + Varnish
XENZ 'Paradise XL' Flatbed Print on Gold Silkscreen + Varnish
XENZ 'Paradise XL' Flatbed Print on Gold Silkscreen + Varnish
XENZ 'Paradise XL' Flatbed Print on Gold Silkscreen + Varnish
XENZ 'Paradise XL' Flatbed Print on Gold Silkscreen + Varnish
XENZ 'Paradise XL' Flatbed Print on Gold Silkscreen + Varnish
XENZ 'Paradise XL' Flatbed Print on Gold Silkscreen + Varnish
XENZ 'Paradise XL' Flatbed Print on Gold Silkscreen + Varnish
XENZ 'Paradise XL' Flatbed Print on Gold Silkscreen + Varnish
XENZ 'Paradise XL' Flatbed Print on Gold Silkscreen + Varnish
XENZ 'Paradise XL' Flatbed Print on Gold Silkscreen + Varnish
XENZ 'Paradise XL' Flatbed Print on Gold Silkscreen + Varnish
XENZ 'Paradise XL' Flatbed Print on Gold Silkscreen + Varnish

XENZ 'Paradise XL' Flatbed Print on Gold Silkscreen + Varnish

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'Paradise' by Xenz, 2022
Beautiful XL variant.
43.3 x 35.4 Inches
110 x 90 Centimeters
Flatbed screen print on Silkscreened Gold Ink Background w/ additional Silkscreen Varnishes on deckled edge, 410gsm Somerset Satin fine art paper.
Limited Edition of 40 (Rare Artists Proof #AP/40)
Signed and numbered by the artist.
Nelly Duff embossed with handwritten COA.

ARTIST BIO

Xenz’s artistic roots are in graffiti which he first took up in his hown town of Hull in 1987 and over a two decades career became the foundation for his extraordinary painting and draughtsmanship skills. Today he is based in London where he makes his living as an studio-based artist and muralist.

His approach to painting is partly inspired by Asian art particularly the impressionistic brush stokes used in Chinese painting. The world around him, flora, fauna, landscapes and cityscapes are reoccurring themes in his work. A sense of space and depth is also important.

“I love to create infinite depth, to divide a surface with a few lines, stand back and keep dividing it up until I can walk into it."

- Xenz