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"Q is For Queen 2017" by Shag - šŸ”„Framed Limited Edition Serigraph - Inquire $1,800
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Q is For Queen 2017

Shag

Limited Edition Print : Serigraph on Paper
Size : 14x12 in  |  36x30 cm
Framed : 18x16 in  |  46x41 cm
Edition : From the Edition of 250

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Artist Bio

Year2017

Hand SignedLower Right in Pencil 

Condition Excellent 

Framed with GlassBlack Lacquer Frame 

Purchased fromPublisher 2018 

Provenance / HistoryBought from the Shag Store in Palm Springs, CA and conservation framed in a gallery in Scottsdale, AZ 

Certificate of AuthenticityJosh Agle (Shag) 

LID168987

Shag - United States

Art Brokerage: Shag American Artist: Shag is a painter, designer and illustrator working in Southern California. His distinctive artistic style draws from commercial illustration from the past five decades, but the work is imbued with an attitude and sly sense of humor which is unmistakably of our time. Solo exhibitions of Shag's work have been held in the United States, Europe, Japan, Australia and South America. The paintings themselves celebrate consumerism and consumption on vividly colored sharply rendered panels; the characters drink, smoke and eat in lavish, stylish surroundings. But Shag sees the visuals of his work as window-dressing or stage scenery. He's more concerned with the themes and narratives in the paintings, and the meanings a viewer might find when he looks at a piece of Shag art. Listings wanted.

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