Property From a Distinguished Private Collection, London
SHOW ME THE MONET
oil on canvas, in artist's frame
framed: 143.1 by 143.4 cm. 56⅜ by 56½ in.
Executed in 2005.
This work is accompanied by a Pest Control Certificate of Authenticity.
Steve Lazarides, London (acquired directly from the artist)
Acquired directly from the above by the present owner in 2005
Banksy, Banksy: Wall and Piece, London 2005, p. 167, illustrated in colour
Morgan Falconer, ‘Give me Monet, that’s what I want’, Times2 - The Times, p. 22, illustrated in colour
Luke Leitch, ‘More Rodent than Rodin’, Evening Standard, 13 October 2005, n.p. (text)
Louise Jury, ‘Rats to the Arts Establishment’, The Independent, 14 October 2005, p. 12, illustrated in colour
John Higginson, ‘A Warning For the Ratist in Residence’, Metro, 14 October 2005, p. 29, illustrated in colour (installation view, Crude Oils, 100 Westbourne Grove, London, 2005)
Paul Gallagher, ‘I’ve Had an Art Attack: Graffiti Artist Updates Famous Old Paintings’, Daily Mirror, 15 October 2005, p. 10 (text)
Waldemar Januszczak, ‘Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Guy?’, The Sunday Times, 16 October 2005, p. 8, illustrated in colour (installation view, Crude Oils, 100 Westbourne Grove, London, 2005)
Melanie Gerlis, ‘A Banksy Holiday Crowd-Puller’, The Financial Times, 9 July 2018, n.p., illustrated in colour
London, 100 Westbourne Grove, Crude Oils: A Gallery of Re-mixed Masterpieces, Vandalism and Vermin, October 2005
London, Lazinc Sackville, Banksy, Greatest Hits: 2002-2008, July - September 2018 (unofficial exhibition)
Denmark, Silkeborg, Museum Jorn, Art Strikes Back: From Jorn to Banksy, September - December 2019, p. 13, illustrated, p. 40, illustrated in colour (installation view, Crude Oils, 100 Westbourne Grove, 2005) and p. 41, no. 7, illustrated in colour