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    Argininosuccinic Acid, 1995 “To create that structure, to do those colours, and do nothing. I suddenly got what I wanted. It was just a way of pinning down the joy of colour.”[1] The spot paintings are amongst Hirst’s most widely recognised works. Of the thirteen sub-series within the spots category, the ‘Pharmaceutical’ paintings are the first and most prolific. There are over 1000 in existence, dating from 1986 to 2011.

    Damien Hirst - Zearalenone-BSA Conjugate, 2001

    Damien Hirst - Biphenol, 1995. “To create that structure, to do those colours, and do nothing. I suddenly got what I wanted. It was just a way of pinning down the joy of colour.” The spot paintings are amongst Hirst’s most widely recognised works. Of the thirteen sub-series within the spots category, the ‘Pharmaceutical’ paintings are the first and most prolific. There are over 1000 in existence, dating from 1986 to 2011

    A Beautiful Thing (detail) | Damien Hirst | 2003

    Anatomy of an Angel by Damien Hirst The classically posed Carrara marble figure is based on Alfred Boucher’s sculpture ‘L'Hirondelle’ (1920). In Hirst’s version, cross-sections of her body show the anatomical structure beneath the skin, revealing she is human after all.

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    "St. Antony's Fire" by Damien Hirst displayed at "Beautiful Inside My Head Forever" on September 8, 2008 in London.