A new reproduction made from Hornsleth’s original painting called "F.Y.R.L FREDERIK", A colorful, provocative and intense piece, which is inspired by the question of Royalty and Kingdoms world wide, seeking to push and provoke the boundaries of this interesting debate.
Things have changed lately, especially in Denmark where the Royal family cost a lot of money for the danish taxpayers. Is it worth all the money ? What do we need this masquerade for ? Is it just a relic from the past ? It’s just a few of the questions, which the population asks themselves. Others argue for the commercial values for fx Danish export and corporate reputation.
Hornslet don’t want to judge, just provoke both sides with this art piece and one thing is for sure, the debate rages on in Denmark.
Available in sizes: 50 x 70 cm / 19,7 x 27,6 inches, 70 x 100 cm / 27,6 x 39,4 inches & 100 x 140 cm / 39,4 x 55,1 inches
Printed on strong, thick quality paper
Digital or Offset Lithography Press / Digital fine art print
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