Shame
Shame
Shame
Shame
Shame
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Shame

Original / Limited Edition Print of 10
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Prints finishing: Archive ink on Hahnemuhle German Photo Rag Paper and mounted
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Packaging: Hand signed, mounted and numbered with a Certificate of Authenticity
Shipping: Delivery duration is 7-10 business days within the UK 10-15 days within Continental Europe and 15-25 days for the rest of the world. Delivery to some countries will be subjected to additional import VAT and duties to be paid to the courier directly.
Shipping: Delivery duration is 7-10 business days within the UK 10-15 days within Continental Europe and 15-25 days for the rest of the world. Delivery to some countries will be subjected to additional import VAT and duties to be paid to the courier directly.
Packaging: Professionally framed painting, professionally packaged, tracked and insured during delivery and will come with a signed certificate of authenticity
Packaging: Hand signed, mounted and numbered with a Certificate of Authenticity

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Includes donation and standard shipping within the UK (exact VAT and shipping amount to be calculated at checkout)
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Description +-

Shame draws focus to the variety of countries at war: such as Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and Yemen. Earley questions the motives of governments within his work. This realism painting shows two men praying as their city burns behind them, with a drone hovering above ready to fire. Devastation, desperation and lack of governmental shame prove poignant within this visual.

Earley accompanies this piece with the following text: “We do it to protect human rights and restore democracy” the leaders of the west say with a smile on their face whilst behind closed doors they look at the oil costs, they look at the stock market price of the weapons manufacturers, they look at their bank balance. Shame on them. “Is that a gun?” “Permission to shoot please”

Artist +-

James Earley 

James Earley uses his work to raise awareness of issues such as homelessness, mental health and war. James aims to make the invisible visible, wanting his art to scream and demand attention. James first came to prominence in 2013 when he was chosen to be a part of The Art Investors’ acclaimed 2013 “Seven Artists Exhibition”, this exhibition was held at London’s Strand Gallery and focused on 7 of the very best young Artists in the world. 

His work took another route in 2015 with his powerful and emotional studies of homeless people, victims of war and religious martyrs. This work took him to another level in the art world as he was nominated by The BP award, The Royal Institute of Oil Painters and The Royal Institute Of Portrait Painters; culminating in his work being displayed at the iconic and famous Mall Gallery in the heart of London. James was selected in 2019 to show his work at the prestigious London Biennale.

James has been described by the German Kunst Heute publication as well as The International Contemporary Art Curators as one of the most significant artists in the world today. James Earley has thus emerged as one of the foremost pioneers of figurative and hyperrealism painting in Britain today, a fact all the more remarkable since James is a self taught artist.

In 2019 James was awarded first prize at The prestigious London Biennale, the Giotto International Prize and the Leonardo da Vinci International Prize. James was awarded the Venice International Art Prize in 2020 and has been chosen by The European Cultural Centre to exhibit his work at the Venice Biennale 2022.
   

Donation +-

Based on our agreement with the artist, 15% of the pre-VAT price excluding frames will be donated to support the social movement. Donation will be given to Doctors Without Borders.

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Packaging: Hand signed, mounted and numbered with a Certificate of Authenticity
Shipping: Delivery duration is 7-10 business days within the UK 10-15 days within Continental Europe and 15-25 days for the rest of the world. Delivery to some countries will be subjected to additional import VAT and duties to be paid to the courier directly.

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