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Chris Ofili, The Holy Virgin Mary, 1996. Young British Artists, Contemporary Art

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"She by Chris Ofili, 1997. She is very typical of Ofili’s style. Eight foot in height with a vibrant colour scheme, She also contains a controversial material placed in balls at the base of the painting and hanging around the woman’s neck … elephant dung. At the Telegraph Online there is a fantastic review of an Ofili exhibition..."

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PHILLIPS : NY010113, Chris Ofili, Untitled

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Chris Ofili. the technique she used more looking the wet on wet. because paints are really fluid and well blended.

In search of the real me | Tate

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Chris Ofili Bird In this work I can tell the artist has used the material of indian ink which works well with the flowing effect

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Chris Ofili, I like this because there is a lot of like and dots in this piece which makes it more exciting and its like opposites have been used, there are a lot of primary colours and a couple of secondary colours which shows a combination

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Chris Ofili, She, 1997, acrylic, oil, resin, paper collage, glitter, map pins, and elephant dung on canvas, 8 ft. 3 7/8 in. x 6 ft. (installation view)

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