Canadian auction house Cowley Abbott will sell a painting of rock icon David Bowie. The painting, titled “DHead XLVI,” was purchased for about C$5 at a landfill in Ontario, Canada. According to the auction house, the estimated value of the artwork ranges between $9,000 and $12,000 CAD.
Cowley Abbott notes that the work was found in an unexpected location: the Home Goods Donation Center in South River, Ontario, Canada.
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According to the auction, a poster that read “David Bowie” was confirmation that the work was made by the artist. His signature was written on the back. “After conducting extensive research, which included correspondence with an expert on David Bowie in the UK, we were able to confirm that the painting is in fact by the famous artist and part of a series he completed in the 1990s,” the auction house said.. on your website.
Between 1995 and 1997 Bowie created a series of about forty-seven works on canvas called Dead Heads (or D Head). Each address included a non-serial Roman number.
The assistants ranged from band members to friends and acquaintances and there were also some self-portraits. It has been suggested that Bowie was inspired by some of these important paintings from the era of Ziggy Stardust.
“With long hair and a pronounced profile, this enigmatic painting is truly a rare representation of a famous artist (we can try to guess who the model is, unfortunately the label does not confirm his identity.”),” says the auction house.
The trading session opened on Tuesday (15) and offers continue until June 24 24 Location.
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