The Goldberg Variations (Variant) by Nicolas Delort
This is Delort's personal interpretation of Johann Sebastian Bach's “Goldberg Variations”. Story has it that Bach composed the Variations at the behest of one Count Kaiserling, who suffered terrible insomnia. The Count's assistant, Mr. Goldberg, was to play the Variations to help him fall asleep. And so, night after night, the Count would request Goldberg to play the Variations which, over time, came to be known as the Goldberg Variations.
Silver metallic inks on ultra-black paper
Size: 18” x 27”
Fedrigoni Sirio Ultra Black 280gsm paper
Hand numbered. Edition of 50
Signed Certificate of Authenticity
Printed by White Duck Screenprint
One print per edition per household.
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