Johnny Depp has revealed a self-portrait he created during his ‘dark’ divorce proceedings with ex-wife Amber Heard.

Castle Fine Art displayed the actor’s sculpture ‘Five,’ which he produced during his five-year court struggle with his ex-girlfriend.

The 60-year-old began painting the piece in 2021 and finished it earlier this year in the studio of British illustrator Ralph Steadman.

The sculpture has a starting price of £1,950 (AUD $2,876) and will only be available for 13 days.

“I did this in [illustrator] Ralph Steadman’s studio around 2021,” Depp said in a video interview.

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“This self-portrait was created during a period that was… let’s say, a little dark, a little confusing.” I looked at it and, for some reason, I believed it required something additional. It required more…information.”

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During this time, he began counting down the years and scribbled the word ‘five,’ to which he admitted he was approaching his “fifth year of madness.”

“Doing a self-portrait isn’t the most comfortable thing to do,” he remarked.

“However, in a strange way, almost everything you do is a self-portrait in some way.”

The portrait is based on a photograph from Dior’s ‘Sauvage’ campaign.

Depp reportedly chose this photograph in honor of Dior to demonstrate “the loyalty they’ve always shown him.”

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“To Johnny, the image represents the value of truth and the unwavering support of those who remain close to you during difficult times,” the gallery notes on its website.

Previously, the Edward Scissorhands actor made over $3.6 million (AUD $5.3 million) through the sale of his debut art collection ‘Friends & Heroes’ in 2022.

The portraits in the series show close friends and others he admires, such as Elizabeth Taylor, Heath Ledger, Hunter S Thompson, Keith Richards, and Al Pacino.

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“I’ve always used art to express my feelings and reflect on those who matter the most to me, like my family, friends, and people I admire,” Depp said in a statement.

“My paintings are all around me, but I keep them to myself and limit myself.” Nobody should ever restrict themselves.”

Depp won a defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife in June 2022, with the jury ruling that she defamed him in her 2018 Washington Post op-ed, in which she claimed she had been physically and emotionally tortured.

The actor was granted $10 million (AUD $14.1 million) in compensation damages and $5 million (AUD $7.3 million) in punitive damages, which were ultimately reduced to $365,000 (AUD $538 896).

The legal teams for the former couples reached an arrangement, and Heard’s insurance company paid the actor $1 million, bringing the dispute to an end.


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