The one-time master forger (who very nearly got away with it) returns to the scene of his (time-served) compositional crimes this August 2015, with another (freely admitted) visual take on the works of someone else slightly more illustratively famous. The flattery crafted at the artistic hand of a certain critically acclaimed John Myatt this time comes in the imitated form of Monet’s ‘Low Tide at Pourville (In the Style of Claude Monet)’. A glorious hand-embellished and stretched canvas, which is – irrespective of originality – pictorially impressive in every light and context, for our money (or more pertinently, yours).
Limited to an impoverished 50 editions from this seasonal outset, all examples of the leading contemporary landscape artist’s brand new release in this guise come complete with the best-selling exponent’s own moniker for added kudos. And proof that he’s no longer trying to hoodwink anyone ;) Joking apart, this stunning iteration is now available to order via the usual means, and would urge those interested to register their intent ASAP.