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Discovering Banksy – Part 2

October 21, 2020
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Street artist Bansky has been surprising the world since the 90’s. From then on Banksy’s silkscreen prints and stencil paintings were racking up record-breaking sales in storied art auctions such as Sotheby’s and Bonham’s of London. These successful sales marked Banksy’s entry into the commercial art world. For the second part of our series “Discovering Banksy”, we are sharing his “little-known” paintings and prints mostly dating in the 90’s and early 2000’s.

Scroll down below to view the interesting selection.

Riot Painting from Glasgow, United Kingdom, 1997

Riot Painting features Banksy’s arguably most famous piece the “Flower Thrower”. At first glance it looks like a rioter about to throw a Molotov Cocktail. However this “rioter” is throwing a bouquet of flowers instead.

Police Car Print

Painting on Canvas from Easton, Bristol in 1999

Chicken & Egg Painting on Steel

Early painting of Banksy sold for £10.00 in 1998

Early painting of Banksy sold for £10.00 in 1998 (back of canvas)

“Keep it Real” Painting on Canvas, 2006

Painting from 1999

Rubber Ducky, Painting on Canvas, 2006

Clown on Skate Deck, 2000

Avon and Somerset Constabulary, sold for £96,000 in 2000

“Land in Poop” early print

Bomb Hugger Print, 2002

“Sid Vicious” Canvas Print sold for £82,000 in Bristol, UK, 2007

“Armored Dove” in Bethlehem, 2007

“Barcode Leopard” Print, 2004

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