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New Peter Doig limited edition print series Released

HENI Editions releases a new series of six prints by Peter Doig after some of his celebrated recent paintings. The prints are available to apply for on heni.com/editions until 17:00 BST on 16th October 2023.

Music (2 Trees) (D2 – 4) from New Release 2023, Peter Doig, 2023. Photographed by Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd. Peter Doig limited edition print 

The artworks are Giclée prints on Cotton Smooth Rag, framed in oak, numbered and hand-signed by the artist.

There are two large prints, Alpinist and House of Music (Soca Boat), available as an edition of 25 plus 5 artist proofs and priced at $20,000 (plus any applicable taxes). The four smaller artworks, AlpinistHouse of Music (Soca Boat)Alice at Boscoe’s, and Music (2 Trees), are available as editions of 250 plus 25 artist proofs, priced at $3,500 (plus any applicable taxes).

Starting their lives as paintings, the prints offer a glimpse into Doig’s nomadic life. Alpinist depicts a snow-covered Swiss ski scene, the mesmerising Alice at Boscoe’s evokes a sunny Caribbean afternoon, and House of Music (Soca Boat) and Music (2 Trees) capture Trinidadian seascapes and landscapes. Throughout, memories of places, moments and people are the driving force behind an eclectic but captivating group.

The artworks fall within Doig’s long history of producing prints in parallel with his paintings. As ultra-high resolution Giclée prints on Cotton Smooth Rag that give the impression of being paint on canvas, these editions capture the uniquely textural qualities of the original paintings.

Installation view of New Release 2023, Peter Doig, 2023. Photographed by Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd Peter Doig limited edition print 

All the prints are on display for the duration of the drop at HENI Gallery,

1st Floor, 6-10 Lexington St, Soho, London. Admission to the gallery is free, with no appointment required. The gallery is open 10am-6pm daily. heni.com/editions

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