There's plenty to experience at Castle Fine Art!
Their gallery is now open for free consultations, browsing, shopping and art advice. See below for details of their latest offerings.
Richard Hambleton once outsold Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat, until he faded into the archives of art history.
To highlight and celebrate Hambleton's life and work, Castle Fine Art is offering a range of prints and experiences featuring this highly collectable artist, who even went on to inspire Banksy.
The immersive Shadowman experience is live at Castle Fine Art's ICC, Birmingham gallery.
Taking viewers to the streets of NYC, the exhibition and accompanying limited edition release offer a fascinating insight into the Canadian artist. The collection comprises four limited edition graphics depicting Hambleton's menacing shadow figures.
These evocative large-scale artworks are printed as silkscreens on torn-edged paper, echoing the fine art aesthetic of Hambleton's work, which now resides in the permanent collections of the Andy Warhol Museum and Museum of Modern Art.
These striking artworks are available as a framed set (£18,000), unframed set (£16,000) or individually (£4,950).
Castle Fine Art have also recently launched the 65 Weeks collection from Nic Joly, who created ten new 3D wall sculptures during the COVID-19 UK lockdown.
A personal sketchbook of the weeks following Boris Johnson's announcement of a UK lockdown, 65 Weeks features Nic Joly's signature miniature figures in a range of touching and humorous scenes which often feature intricate details including hand-cut tissue, replica mobile phones and household items.
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