Banksy | Nola

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Banksy | Nola

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The moniker of this print comes from the affectionate nickname for New Orleans. In 2008, Banksy painted the streets of the city with murals as a response to the ineffectual clean-up operation in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

Nola AP (Green to Burgundy) - Signed

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Nola AP (Green to Burgundy) - Signed

  • 2008
  • Screen print on paper
  • Artist’s Proofs, edition of 66 varied colourways
  • Signed and numbered by the artist
  • 56cm x 76cm
  • Full Pest Control COA

POA | Over £160,000

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Banksy – Nola AP (Green to Burgundy) - Signed

Nola AP (Green to Burgundy) - Signed

The moniker of this print comes from the affectionate nickname for New Orleans. In 2008, Banksy painted the streets of the city with murals as a response to the ineffectual clean-up operation in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Hurricane Gustav was on its way, prompting a mass evacuation of the city – and it was with this backdrop that Nola first appeared on one of its street corners. A subsequent print was followed by special editions and artists’ proofs, of which those with rainbow rain are the most sought after.

Nola (Green to Burgundy) at Hang-Up Gallery

Nola (Green to Burgundy) at Hang-Up Gallery

Nola AP (Green to Blue) - Signed

Banksy

Nola AP (Green to Blue) - Signed

  • 2008
  • Screenprint on paper
  • Artist’s Proof, edition of 66 varied colourways
  • Signed and numbered by the artist
  • 56cm x 76cm
  • Full Pest Control COA

POA | Over £160,000

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Banksy – Nola AP (Green to Blue) - Signed

Nola AP (Green to Blue) - Signed

All the Nola prints are highly collectable and sought after. In 2008, Banksy released a set of extremely limited Nola Artist's Proofs print runs with 6 different multi-coloured rain colour ways directly to VIP collectors.

Hurricane Gustav was on its way, prompting a mass evacuation of the city – and it was with this backdrop that Nola first appeared on one of its street corners. A subsequent print was followed by special editions and artists’ proofs, of which those with rainbow rain are the most sought after.

Details of Nola (Green to Blue)
Details of Nola (Green to Blue)

Details of Nola (Green to Blue)

Nola appeared in New Orleans three years after Hurricane Katrina in 2008

Nola appeared in New Orleans three years after Hurricane Katrina in 2008

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Detail of mural

Detail of mural

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