That piece is 5.7 inches by 3.9 inches. This piece is 40 inches by 30 inches! The "who cares who wins". Harland Miller prints are excellent investment grade, blue chip pieces. Harland miller is also a writer.
His writing is full of irony and sarcasm. Very good reads as well. This is a "penguin edition" (like the books) Miller- which quite frankly are his most popular.
This is a LARGE MILLER ; 40 inches by 30 inches. As a result of the global economy - these pieces are going for around half off what they normally would.
Piece is located in atlanta Georgia. I can also bring the piece to Miami Florida (where I have a vacation home). It simply doesn't go well with the rest of my collection (more urban art; banksy, invader etc). It was printed by K2 printing in London which is a world renowned print house known for creating some of the most iconic pieces of art over the last three decades. Would consider trades for various Banksy pieces ONLY.Packaging has been opened once to inspect piece, make sure there are no issues, take pictures etc. Very nice, large Miller piece.
Piece is approx 40"x30" (39 2/5 x 29 3/5). There are not many of these actually in the States. Piece would need to be fully insured.Feel free to message me with any questions/ other options. This work is part of a limited edition set.
This work includes a Certificate of Authenticity. British artist and novelist Harland Miller is best known for painting canvases that resemble Penguin book covers. The motif allows him to explore the relationships between words, images, and the process of producing meaning-themes he embraces in his sculptures and mixed-media works, as well. Miller is interested in authors such as Edgar Allan Poe and Ernest Hemingway and artists including Ed Ruscha, Mark Rothko, Anselm Kiefer, and Robert Rauschenberg.
On his paintings, he occasionally invents witty book titles-like Hate's Outta Date! (2017) or International Lonely Guy (2002), for example-to send up classical literary tropes. Miller has exhibited around the world, with solo shows in London, Hong Kong, Berlin, Paris, and New York, among other cities. Represented by internationally recognized galleries.Collected by a major museum. Tonight We Make History P.