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Monkey Train (Blue), 2007

Screenprint

Edition of 40

Size : 32.88 x 26.13 in.
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Ships from and sold by Hamilton-Selway Fine Art.
Price: $33,750.00
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About This Artwork

Koons' "Monkey Train (Blue)" depicts one of the artist's most recognized subjects, an inflatable toy monkey, placed on top of images of historic modes of transportation, which are symbols of the American Industrial Revolution: two horse-drawn wagons and a locomotive.

Artist

Jeff Koons

Jeffrey "Jeff" Koons (born January 21, 1955) is an American artist known for his reproductions of banal objects-such as Balloon animals produced in stainless steel with mirror finish surfaces. He lives and works in New York City and his hometown York, Pennsylvania. Jeff Koons rose to prominence in the mid-1980s as part of a generation of artists who explored the meaning of art in a media-saturated era. He gained recognition in the 1980s and subsequently set up a factory-like studio in a SoHo loft on the corner of Houston Street and Broadway in New York. It was staffed with over 30 assistants, each assigned to a different aspect of producing his work-in a similar mode as Andy Warhol's Factory.

Product Specifications

Artwork Specifications
Medium Screenprint
Sub-Medium Silkscreen with archival pigmented inkjet on Somerset paper
Height 32.88 inches
Width 26.13 inches
Frame Information
Framed No
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