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Roy Batty

by Luis Tinoco

“Roy Batty”
8″x10″ Oil on panel

8×10, hanging wire added to the back, ready for hanging display.
Oil Paint on cradled wood panel, and is sealed with Gamvar varnish.

Roy Batty is the leader of the renegade Nexus-6 replicants and the main antagonist of the film Blade Runner.  He is highly intelligent, fast and skilled at combat and yet still learning how to deal with emotions. He and five other replicants come to Earth hoping to find a way to lengthen their lifespan. After learning from Tyrell, creator of the replicants, that his life cannot be extended, Batty kills Tyrell out of rage… A dying Roy tells Rick Deckard, a “blade runner”,  about the things he has seen and how the memories will be “lost in time, like tears in rain”. He smiles, saying, “Time… to die”.

Product Height: 10
Product Width: 8 inches
Product Depth: 1 inch

$350 $350

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Painter and Illustrator from the SF Bay Area. Primarily working in oils and focusing on portraits and figurative work. Published in several magazines and in 2018, "The Art of Being Bill" a coffee table art book collection dedicated to the actor Bill Murray. Exhibited at the De Young Museum in San Francisco in 2020 for their first Open Exhibition as well as other SF based galleries: Mirus Gallery, 111 Minna, Modern Eden and Studio Gallery.