DOLK’s Crown appeared in Osaka Japan in 2012. The piece depicts a weimaraner dog muzzled by a golden crown and has become possibly his most famous and talked about work.
DOLK continues his practice of addressing social and political issues with Crown. He uses the symbol of the dog to represent Norway’s loyalty to it’s Monarchy and devotion to it’s King’s and Queens throughout history.
Released as a print in 2013, this beautiful and now iconic piece has been responsible for an extensive discussion into it’s true meaning and remains one of DOLK’s most recognisable works.
Medium: Screen Print
Signed, Numbered, Dated
65 x 65 cm
Medium 4 colour screen print, printed on 300 gsm high quality cotton art paper