Named for the 500-acre garden in the Chonburi Province, Thailand, ‘Nong Nooch’ is a stunning print from Damien Hirst’s ‘Veils’ (H4) series. Produced in 2020, ‘Nong Nooch’ depicts details derived from Hirst’s ‘Veil Paintings’ (2017) series in which he uses thick, clustered and colourful brush strokes to create riotous compositions that transport viewers deep into his world of colour.

Blue, red, yellow and pink dots of thickly layered paint coat the canvas, resulting in an image that entrances the viewer with its vivid hues. Entirely covered by abstract layers of colour, the image seems to offer a glimpse into another world. In that sense, ‘Nong Nooch’ works like a veil to both reveal and conceal an inner truth, “the thing that we are searching for”.

These effects are captured vividly in the present edition, where the textures, depth and vibrant colours of the original work are replicated in incredible detail. Its title, which refers to one of the world’s most extraordinary gardens, presents the composition in a new way. Through this lens, the vivid spots and splashes of colour in ‘Nong Nooch’ evoke fields of flowers, their blossoms clustered together and masking the ground underneath.



Publication Year



Diasec-mounted Giclée print on aluminium composite panel

Edition Size

75 + 5 AP


92 x 126 cm


Signed and numbered on label verso


We estimate that the earliest completion date for delivery will be three weeks from the date of purchase. Timing is dependent on COVID-19 restrictions and delays.

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