VINCENT KAMP’Antoine’s Last Move’ Signed Limited Edition COA 14/150 RRP £650July 20, 2022July 20, 2022admin
VINCENT KAMP'Antoine's Last Move' Signed Limited Edition COA 14/150 RRP £650
VINCENT KAMP'Antoine's Last Move' Signed Limited Edition COA 14/150 RRP £650
VINCENT KAMP'Antoine's Last Move' Signed Limited Edition COA 14/150 RRP £650
VINCENT KAMP'Antoine's Last Move' Signed Limited Edition COA 14/150 RRP £650
VINCENT KAMP'Antoine's Last Move' Signed Limited Edition COA 14/150 RRP £650

VINCENT KAMP'Antoine's Last Move' Signed Limited Edition COA 14/150 RRP £650
Contemporary Fine Art Work From Renowned Artists. Antoine’s Last Move. Limited Edition Gallery Framed. COA: Yes (Attached to Back). Artwork size: 25 x 20 inches. Framed size: 36 x 31 inches. Limited Edition Canvas on Board. Publisher: DeMontfort Fine Art. Frame Condition: Very Good. Rare, large cinematic limited edition canvas on board print, beautifully presented in a contemporary black gallery frame, depicting two gangster characters scheming at a bar, with a female bartender in the background. This atmospheric work has been created in a Film Noir, gangster genre style and is entitled’Antoine’s Last Move, by the highly collectible English contemporary artist Vincent Kamp. Frame Size can vary by 1-2 inches. Hand delivered within 100 miles of Stafford. Caring For Your Art. Vincent Kamp is renowned for his dark and compelling artworks and his pioneering immersive fine art experiences. His arresting portraits are built on the assumption that we will always identify with rebels and he is fascinated with those parts of society that many of us never encounter the urban subcultures that exist all around us yet are invisible to most of us. His world may be an unfamiliar one, but it grips us utterly, drawing us in with its drama, intrigue and undercurrent of danger. For much of his recent work, Vince has drawn on his love and knowledge of cinema and created immersive cinematic experiences at a variety of glamorous locations from Mayfair galleries to the Amber room at the Ritz. Heavily influenced by films and TV, particularly Film Noir and gangster genres, he has learnt a huge amount about composition and lighting from cinematographers, and his mesmerizing tableaux always evoke emotion and intrigue about the backstory and future of the characters. He has now written four searing screenplays (The Long Game, The Diamond Roulette, The Queen of Diamonds and Max and Mischa) which he has brought to life with the help of actors including Georgia May Foote, Tamar Hassan and Samuel Anderson. He has designed the sets, hired a film crew and choreographed a stunning series of set pieces through which he has been able to tell his story in a masterly collection of cinematic images. In terms of his style and technique Vince also has a strong connection with a more familiar, but no less fascinating cast of characters the virtuoso portraitists of the Dutch Golden Age including Fran’s Hals and Rembrandt. Looking at these works, it is impossible to ignore their influence in the level of detail, the mastery of light and shade and the sheer power of the subject to enthrall and mesmerize the viewer. In fact, his family come from Northern Holland, close to Amsterdam, and his intimate knowledge of these artists was integral to his own development. Vince seeks his muses out, moving around different locations, meeting people whose alternative lifestyles interest him both as an individual and as an artist. As he says’I like to paint people that you don’t always see walking down the street, people who live and work outside the conventions. You are unlikely to see these people in a suit or on an iPhone. My paintings are all quite dark, subtle and intense. I’m always imagining there’s something surreptitious going on in what might be a perfectly innocent situation. I suppose I’m always looking out for something gritty, an intriguing backstory, a moment of tension… Something that will make you wonder about these characters. What goes on in the moments before and after the painting. Vince is now acknowledged as one of the most evocative and exciting figurative artists working in Britain today. Demand for his originals and collectable editions has soared and his collectors and sitters include Sam Smith, Tamer Hassan, Caprice and Georgia May Foote. Ideally try to avoid hanging your artwork in direct sunlight, above a working fireplace, or in a damp area. When cleaning, never use water or commercial cleaners – always use a dry cloth, and handle the artwork with extreme care to avoid creating fingerprints, dents or creases. Lighting your art is really a matter of taste. Contemporary fashion dictates general good lighting which will? Over the walls of a room and display all paintings to advantage without damaging them with ultra violet rays or direct heat. This item is in the category “Art\Art Prints”. The seller is “the_art_shed” and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.
  • Artist: Vincent Kamp
  • Unit of Sale: Single Piece
  • Signed By: Vincent Kamp
  • Size: Large
  • Custom Bundle: No
  • Item Length: 36 inches
  • Region of Origin: United Kingdom
  • Framing: Framed
  • Unit Type: Unit
  • Year of Production: 2018
  • Item Height: 31 inches
  • Style: Film Noir, Modern, Cinematic
  • Features: Signed, Framed, 1st Edition, Limited Edition
  • Unit Quantity: 1
  • Handmade: No
  • Culture: Modern
  • Item Width: 2.5 inches
  • Time Period Produced: 2010-2019
  • Image Orientation: Landscape
  • Signed: Yes
  • Title: Antoine’s Last Move
  • Material: Canvas
  • Certificate of Authenticity (COA): Yes
  • Original/Licensed Reprint: Original
  • Subject: Gangster, Gambling, Poker
  • Type: Canvas Print
  • COA Issued By: DeMontfort Fine Art
  • Theme: Gangster, Cinema, Poker, Films
  • Production Technique: Giclee & Iris Print
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Personalise: No

VINCENT KAMP'Antoine's Last Move' Signed Limited Edition COA 14/150 RRP £650