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David Bowie - Like Some Cat From Japan - by Emma Wildfang - Artwork/ Painting - 2021/2021

David Bowie - Like Some Cat From Japan - by Emma Wildfang - Artwork/ Painting - 2021/2021

Limited Edition 4/5 from the Japan series.
Dimensions: 30x42 cm (size of artwork) + Passepartout 40x50 cm
This is a fine art high-quality giclée numbered and hand signed by Emma Wildfang, the creator of the original drawing (watercolor,indian ink) . It's the edition 4/5 printed on 30g handmade Kahari paper from Nepal - Passepartout included!

The Chinese lettering means: David Bowie, like some cat from japan
The red lettering are the initials of Emma Wildfang "EW"

Excellent condition.
With certificate of authenticity.
Emma Wildfang is a young Pop-Art street artist. Her artworks are scattered in collections all over the world. She manages to create a very special vintage style. After attending the master class, the artist has been self-taught since 2002. Her constant search for new techniques and means of expression made it almost imperative for her to now also deal with spatial structures as a sculptor. Due to the restlessness and instability of her creative process she lives up to the name Wildfang. However, in all of her works, Wildfang does not seek the perfect, symmetrically idealized work, but finds instead finds beauty in the fragmented, in the detail, and in the enigmatic. Her way of working is to find perfection in the imperfect.

The artwork comes directly from the studio of the artist.

Shipping: Carefully packaged and insured.


Artist/ Band (max 3) David Bowie
Record Title Like Some Cat From Japan - by Emma Wildfang
Nr of items 1
Media Source Artwork/ Painting
Release Country Austria
Release year (oldest) 2021
Release year (youngest) 2021
Condition Mint (M)
Includes Limited & numbered edition, with COA, Hand signed
Dimensions 34×48 cm
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