return to search results
  • Composition: Paper, Silkscreen print
  • Dimensions: Height: 34.94 inches Width: 33.7 inches
  • Product code:58009655QN

You will receive your artwork in 15 to 20 days from ordering. Due to special handling and documentation, we require a little longer than our regular delivery times.

Returns can be requested within 30 days of receipt of the item. For return instructions please contact Customer Care.

About the work
Fake, 2010 by Michael Craig-Martin. 12-colour silkscreen print on paper, white spray-painted wooden frame with floated artwork. 35-piece edition. Signed. Typical of the artist's depiction of everyday objects, it shows his ability to revisit and present household items familiar to us all in a new light.
About the artist
Michael Craig-Martin, born in Dublin in 1941, was educated at Yale University, where he studied Fine Art. His early work during the 1970s was influenced by philosophies of Minimalism, and Craig-Martin used household objects and materials to create his sculptures. During this period, and through the 1980s, he taught at Goldsmiths' College, London, where he exerted a considerable influence on his students: Julian Opie, Lisa Milroy, Ian Davenport, Gary Hume, Fiona Rae and Damien Hirst. In the 1990s his focus was directed towards painting, outlining shapes and motifs common to everyday life in lurid colors, in which his commitment to line drawing was - and is - articulated.

Back to top