Damien Hirst and HENI Editions are excited to announce four new limited editions from the H4 series based off Hirstâ€™s Veil Paintings â€“ titled Keukenhof, Kew, Nong Nooch and Ryoanji. Unveiled in 2018, the Veil Paintings take Hirstâ€™s â€˜Visual Candyâ€™ paintings of the 1990s as a point of departure and embrace colour and gestural painting on a large scale. Referencing both Impressionism and Abstract Expressionism, the â€˜Veil Paintingsâ€™ layer brushstrokes and bright dabs of heavy impasto, enveloping the viewer in vast fields of colour. Inspired partly by the Pointillist innovations of Georges Seurat and the post-Impressionist paintings of Pierre Bonnard, Hirst continues his examination of colour and its effect on the eye in the â€˜Veil Paintingsâ€™. Of the series, Damien Hirst has said â€˜â€˜a veil is a barrier, a curtain between two things, something that you can look at and pass through, itâ€™s solid yet invisible and reveals and yet obscures the truth, the thing that we are searching for.â€™â€™.