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Raqib Shaw's gloriously opulent paintings suggest a fantastical world full of intricate detail, rich colour, and jewel-like surfaces, all masking the intense violent and sexual nature of its imagery

Raqib Shaw is a Kashmiri artist who lives and works in London. He is known for his hedonistic, subversive, wildly opulent and phantasmagorical paintings. Heavily influenced by old masters like Bosch and Holbein, his works are a shimmer...

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Raqib Shaw is a Kashmiri artist who lives and works in London. He is known for his hedonistic, subversive, wildly opulent and phantasmagorical paintings. Heavily influenced by old masters like Bosch and Holbein, his works are a shimmer.

In a series of wild self portraits, Raqib Shaw has turned Old Masters paintings into unhinged tableaux of colour, energy and spirituality

Gods and monsters: Raqib Shaw's phantasmagoric portraits – in pictures

Raqib Shaw Self Portrait in the Studio at Peckham (After Steenwyck the Younger) II

Raqib Shaw - Painting 16

Raqib Shaw was born in Calcultta, India. He now lives in London where he graduated from Central St Martins School of Arts and based his house/studio in the South London neighborhood. His work is mostl

Raqib Shaw

Raqib Shaw was born in Calcultta, India. He now lives in London where he graduated from Central St Martins School of Arts and based his house/studio in the South London neighborhood. His work is mostl

Gods and monsters: Raqib Shaw's phantasmagoric portraits – in pictures

Gods and monsters: Raqib Shaw's phantasmagoric portraits – in pictures

Gods and monsters: Raqib Shaw's phantasmagoric portraits – in pictures

Raqib Shaw

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Artist Raqib Shaw at White Cube at Glyndebourne

Artist Raqib Shaw at White Cube at Glyndebourne - Yareah Magazine

Raqib Shaw, who is photographed here working on Paradise Lost. --Tumblr

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In a series of wild self portraits, Raqib Shaw has turned Old Masters paintings into unhinged tableaux of colour, energy and spirituality

Gods and monsters: Raqib Shaw's phantasmagoric portraits – in pictures

Raqib Shaw, Self Portrait in the Study at Peckham (A Reverie after Antonello de Messina’s Saint Jerome) II, Acrylic, enamel and rhinestones on birch wood, 75 x 59 in.

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Raqib Shaw's gloriously opulent paintings suggest a fantastical world full of intricate detail, rich colour, and jewel-like surfaces, all masking the intense violent and sexual nature of its imagery

Self Portrait in the Sculpture Studio at Peckham (After Mocetto) II by Raqib Shaw at White Cube | Ocula

Self Portrait in the Sculpture Studio at Peckham (After Mocetto) II by Raqib Shaw at White Cube

Raqib Shaw's 'Absence of God'

Raqib Shaw - conjuror of magical worlds

Fantastical finishes showcase the work of Raqib Shawa - a vibrant artist destined for greatness.

Untitled by Raqib Shaw

Untitled by Raqib Shaw on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection.

Pace Gallery: Raqib Shaw - Paradise Lost II

Untitled by Raqib Shaw on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection.

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