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Mr Jago

Bring It Down

Inkjet on paper
24 × 28 in
61 × 71.1 cm
Edition 3/40
This is part of a limited edition set.
Bidding closed
About the work
JA
Julien's Auctions

Unframed
Condition: This lot exhibits few light wrinkles visible primarily from the verso; this lot …

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Unframed
Condition: This lot exhibits few light wrinkles visible primarily from the verso; this lot is rolled.

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Signature
Signed and numbered in pencil lower right 3/40
Mr Jago
b. 1972
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The paintings by Mr. (Duncan) Jago are like hurricanes of color and brushstrokes. His artistic career began with his intense interest in graffiti art, which led him to study illustration in Bristol. Throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, Mr. Jago’s works have progressively developed toward abstraction, losing any reference to the form. Instead, he employs both acrylic and spray paint on large canvases to render nonrepresentational scenes that give the impression of staring into space and being able to see the entire light spectrum. With vibrant colors saturating drips, bursts, and evocative strokes, Mr. Jago elevates his materials beyond the grass roots aesthetic associated with street art.

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About the work
JA
Julien's Auctions

Unframed
Condition: This lot exhibits few light wrinkles visible primarily from the verso; this lot …

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Unframed
Condition: This lot exhibits few light wrinkles visible primarily from the verso; this lot is rolled.

Medium
Print
Signature
Signed and numbered in pencil lower right 3/40
Mr Jago
b. 1972
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The paintings by Mr. (Duncan) Jago are like hurricanes of color and brushstrokes. His artistic career began with his intense interest in graffiti art, which led him to study illustration in Bristol. Throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, Mr. Jago’s works have progressively developed toward abstraction, losing any reference to the form. Instead, he employs both acrylic and spray paint on large canvases to render nonrepresentational scenes that give the impression of staring into space and being able to see the entire light spectrum. With vibrant colors saturating drips, bursts, and evocative strokes, Mr. Jago elevates his materials beyond the grass roots aesthetic associated with street art.

Mr Jago

Bring It Down

Inkjet on paper
24 × 28 in
61 × 71.1 cm
Edition 3/40
This is part of a limited edition set.
Bidding closed
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