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Jamie Shovlin Auction Price Results
Description: § Jamie Shovlin (British, b.1978) Dostoyevsky, 2003-05 ink and watercolour h:28 w:19 cm Provenance: Haunch of Venison Yard, London; Kettle's Yard, Cambridge. Jamie Shovlin (born 1978) is a British conceptual artist. He staged his first exhibition in 2004 basing it on what he claimed were the drawings of a disappeared schoolgirl called Naomi V. Jelish. He supported this claim with newspaper cuttings and diaries, and the work was bought for £25,000 by Charles Saatchi. Saatchi only realised the work was a hoax halfway through the exhibition when he noticed that the girl's name, and that of her teacher John Ivesmail, were both anagrams of Jamie Shovlin A Fontana Colour chart devised by Jamie Shovlin for the ten unpublished titles from the series of pocket guides on eminent writers launched by Fontana Books in 1970.
Condition Report: Condition is fine.View additional info
Description: Jamie Shovlin (1978) Berlin, 2008 titolo, data e firma 'Berlin, act # 3, 2008, Shovlin' acquerello e inchiostro su carta 33 x 25 cm.View additional info
Description: Fontana Colour WheelView additional info
Description: Two works: (i) Naomi Welsh Sketchbook Three, (ii) Naomi Welsh Sketchbook FiveView additional info