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Opus Fine Art represents the best in cutting edge contemporary art and photography, with original artwork, sculpture and limited edition prints by emerging, mid-career and established artists available to buy online.

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Damien Hirst:
The Sacred Heart
Antony Micallef:
Parasite
Martin Parr:
West Bay (Seagulls Eating Chips)
Lucie Bennett:
Red Felt Tip Girl
Mel Ramos:
Tobacco Rose (from 11 Pop Artists, Vol. II)
Peter Blake:
USA Series - Stones & Shells
Faile:
The Rain
Flavio Falena:
Untitled

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Banksy:
Di-Faced Tenners
Peter Blake:
Summer Days
Jim Dine:
Throat (from 11 Pop Artists, Vol. II)
Heretic:
Colour Frequencies
Bast:
Krab Salad
Gary Hume:
American Tan XXIV
Antony Micallef:
Bethlehem
Ian Francis:
A Building Loses its connection to the Ground
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Paul Fieldsend on Opus Fine Art

"I made my first purchase from Opus in October 2009 and have continued to expand my collection through the acquisition of works by Hector de Gregorio, Kim Baker and, most recently, Andrea Allen. Opus has an extensive and exciting roster of artists, both established and emerging, producing works in a wide variety of media and accessible to all budgets. Regular shows, at the Opus gallery in Newcastle, in London and internationally (such as Scope New York) have provided me with an excellent forum for both viewing works, and, more often than not, interacting with the artists themselves. For me, this personal link makes the works much more powerful. I have found the Opus website a great resource for learning more about the artists in which I am interested and also as a means for being introduced to new artists. Communications from Opus are clear, informative and at reasonable intervals - you will not be bombarded with daily mailings! "