Sapphire Tears

60 x 80 cm
Signed and numbered edition, e.g:
Edition of 50


  • White frame( 409)
  • Black frame( 409)
  • No frame( 270)


  • Price with White frame:  409
  • Price with Black frame:  409
  • Price with no frame:  270
Frame: No frame
No frame ( 270)

About the artwork

This work was part of a series whose initial inspiration was Jean Cocteau’s 1946 film La Belle et la Bête, his version of The Beauty and the Beast. It’s a beautiful piece of art house cinema. In it, there’s a scene in which Josette Day, who plays Belle, cries diamond tears, and I find that scene to be so beautiful and stunning. The inspiration was something about beauty coming from pain, and what is rare is precious.

About Jeanette Getrost

Named by Vogue as one of the fashion industry's most in-demand illustrators, Jeanette Getrost has partnered with luxury brands ranging from Chanel and Dior to Fendi and Ferragamo. Her work has been covered by trend-setting publications including W. and Women's Wear Daily. With a background steeped equally in studio art...

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