Woolff Gallery has made a name for itself by specialising in artists who use unorthodox materials to create sculpture and paintings — we've seen portraits of politicians made of handwritten comments about them and sweet wrappers transformed into goblets and busts.
Now comes Finn Stone who creates painting by painting paintbrushes (presumably using other paintbrushes) and transforms them into paintings. Many of these are famous paintings by the likes of Van Gogh and Da Vinci, including portraits of Francis Bacon and Andy Warhol — it doesn't get much more meta than this.
His other works feature a similar sense of humour — a pig with a police stripe and the word 'pigs' across its flank, and a spotted shark inside a vitrine referencing two of Damien Hirst's signature pieces.
This is a fun and engaging series of works from a creative artist and a gallery that continues to deliver innovative shows.
The Incredible World of Finn Stone is on at Woolff Gallery, 89 Charlotte St, W1T 4PU until 26 September. Entrance is free.