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Discover 10,000 original artworks for sale, Original artworks, Limited Editions & Prints | Pop Art An art movement often associated with Andy Warhol, his work, and the 1960s-1970s, the pop art movement still has...

Discover 10,000 original artworks for sale, Original artworks, Limited Editions & Prints | Pop Art

An art movement often associated with Andy Warhol, his work, and the 1960s-1970s, the pop art movement still has its followers and you can find many original pop art works on Artmajeur.

What is Pop Art?

It is about a modern movement born in the middle of the 20th century in Great Britain which will take a real dimension in the second half of the 20th century in the USA. It then becomes a real American movement. Andy Warhol is the representative of this most famous artistic movement.

A non-elitist, even popular art, it appropriates objects, references or everyday experiences in order to create a work of art. We find all forms of art (painting, sculpture, drawing, installation ...) in “non-traditional” Pop art Art, artists do not hesitate to use new techniques as well as new supports.

What are the Influences at the origin of Pop Art?

British artist Eduardo Paolozzi creates a collage depicting a pin-up with the Coca-cola brand logo and the word pop. The 1947 painting: "I was a rich Man's Plaything" is considered the first Pop painting in history. In 1952 the artists Richard Hamilton and Eduardo Paolozzi, Alison and Peter Smithson and the art critic Lawrence Halloway founded the group "Independent Group" precursors of the Pop art movement and will present their first exhibition.

The mass consumer society. After the Second World War and the rise of the consumer society, artists appropriated this new culture and put it forward in their creations, like Andy Warhol with his boxes of Campbell soup.

From the 1950s and 1960s, pop music became a global phenomenon and it was to inspire artists. Several album covers are made by Pop artists such as the cover art for "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" by The Beattles directed by Peter Blake. Cinema is also becoming a real phenomenon and will inspire artists like Andy Warhol and his many variations of Marylin.

The explosion of American comics, especially in the USA in the second half of the 20th century, will have a great influence on many artists such as Roy Lichtenstein who produces many works that have marked the Pop art artistic movement.

What are the techniques used in the artistic movement of pop art?

  • Collage: The first works of Pop art are collages created by Eduardo Paolozzi. It is a characteristic method of this new artistic movement. Gluing was little used before. Pop artists use different materials for their collages: magazines, newspapers, posters, fabrics, papers, cardboard, plastics ...
  • Painting: The artists will favor new painting techniques such as acrylic painting which have just been developed by the chemical industry.
  • Screen printing: New industrial technique, it allows to reproduce an image in series. The principle of a single painting canvas disappears. Works of art can be reproduced dozens and dozens of times.

Who are the famous artists and works?

Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005)

He is the precursor of pop art. Passionate about science fiction, his first artistic works are collages using advertising clippings using pin-ups or housewives to convey a message against the society of mass consumption in his works of art. Paolozzi stayed in Paris, where he met the surrealists, Alberto Giacometti, but above all his interest in brut art made him meet Jean Dubuffet. These meetings will be decisive in the creation of this new form of art.

Peter Blake (1932-)

He created his first collages in the year 1955. At the beginning of the sixties, the artist recovers and mixes the images which one finds recurrently in his work: mythical characters, stars of sport, cinema or music. Peter Blake created the year 1957, one of the first known works of Pop art: "On the balcony". The work is now in the collections of the Tate Britain museum in London.

Richard Hamilton (1922-2011)

Painter and colagiste, Hamilton is one of the first creators of Pop art. Hamilton is heavily influenced by the works of James Joyce and Marcel Duchamp. He centers his work on popular culture, mass products, young and glamorous.
The collage by the British artist “Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing? »Created in 1956 is in the collections of the Kunsthalle, in Tübingen (Germany).

Andy Warhol (1928-1987)

The emblematic artist of Pop art Andy Warhol (real name Andrew Warhola), born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and died in New York in 1987. He painted in New York from 1961 works of art inspired by American comics. (Advertisement, Before and After, Little King, Saturday's Popeye and Superman). In 1962 Warhol presented a diptych of Marylin Monroe a few months after the artist's death. Fascinated by the process of reproducing screen printing. A technique that would become Warhol's identifiable style both simple and quick. The selected photo of Marylin by Warhol is taken from the film “Nigeria”, in which Marilyn had played in 1953. The model will be used to create many works of art with this image of Marylin that everyone knew.

In 1963 he created “Silver Car Crash (Double Disaster)” From 1965 he worked with many assistants in his New York studio the Factory. The Pop art style barely existed in a way before Warhol became interested in it.

Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997)

In 1961 Roy Lichtenstein began to paint his first pop works inspired by cartoons and with techniques inspired by the aspect of commercial advertisements, such as "Look Mickey!" Which is now on display at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC in the USA.
In 1961, Leo Castelli began presenting his first exhibition of Lichtenstein's work at his New York gallery and he had his first personal exhibition at the gallery, in 1962.

Many other artists are also known for their involvement in the pop art movement such as   Robert Rauschenberg , Valerio Adami, John Alcorn, Allan D'Arcangelo, Keith Haring, David Hockney, Jasper Johns, Ed Ruscha ...

At the same time in France, influenced by the Pop wave, a particular current of art is developing: "the new realism". The artists will use the objects of everyday life not as an “icon” but as a component of the work itself. It is the beginning of the use of industrial materials such as concrete, prefabricated sheets, cans ...

The artistic movement is marked by the artists Arman, François Dufrêne, Raymond Hains, Yves Klein, Jean Tinguely, Jacques Villeglé or Gérard Deschamps.

Pop art today or "neo pop art"

The artists Murakami, Koons or Hirst are emblematic of the contemporary Pop art trend. Extremely popular Takashi Murakami even collaborates with luxury brands like Louis Vuitton. Jeff Koons' kitsch balloon sculptures, such as the Balloon dog, have become familiar symbols.

Fabien Novarino's works mixing collages, painting, stencils ... are a tribute to the culture of entertainment.

What are the outstanding quotes from the Pop art artistic movement?

Eduardo Paolozzi: "I don't want to, he said during a conversation with the writer JG Ballard and the critic Frank Whitford, published on the occasion of its premiere.
large retrospective at the Tate Gallery by Studio International magazine in October 1971, making images that help people escape from this terrible world. I want to remind them. "

Peter Blake : “We are not consciously avant-garde, in front of others. We discover and we try to find paths, and two years later, when someone follows the same path, it becomes clear that we were in front of the others. But, on the other hand, we sometimes try to consciously stay in the background or go back ten years. I am inclined to play this game, “swimming against the tide”, sometimes consciously and sometimes unconsciously. ”

Richard Hamilton : “Pop Art: Popular, Temporary, Disposable, Cheap, Mass-produced, Young, Funny, Sexy, Clever, Spectacular, and Highly Profitable.”

Andy Warhol : “I like boring things. I love that things are exactly the same over and over again. ”

Andy Warhol : All paintings should be the same size and color so that they are interchangeable and no one feels like they have a good or a bad one.

Andy Waholl :   Bad taste makes time pass faster.

Roy Lichtenstein : What marks pop is above all the use it makes of what is despised and we insist on the most practical, the least aesthetic, the most bellowing aspects of advertising.

Roy Lichtenstein : Clichés are simple patterns that are striking, memorable and easy to communicate. They can mean the gist of an idea. They have the possibility of becoming monumental.


An art movement often associated with Andy Warhol, his work, and the 1960s-1970s, the pop art movement still has its followers and you can find many original pop art works on Artmajeur.

What is Pop Art?

It is about a modern movement born in the middle of the 20th century in Great Britain which will take a real dimension in the second half of the 20th century in the USA. It then becomes a real American movement. Andy Warhol is the representative of this most famous artistic movement.

A non-elitist, even popular art, it appropriates objects, references or everyday experiences in order to create a work of art. We find all forms of art (painting, sculpture, drawing, installation ...) in “non-traditional” Pop art Art, artists do not hesitate to use new techniques as well as new supports.

What are the Influences at the origin of Pop Art?

British artist Eduardo Paolozzi creates a collage depicting a pin-up with the Coca-cola brand logo and the word pop. The 1947 painting: "I was a rich Man's Plaything" is considered the first Pop painting in history. In 1952 the artists Richard Hamilton and Eduardo Paolozzi, Alison and Peter Smithson and the art critic Lawrence Halloway founded the group "Independent Group" precursors of the Pop art movement and will present their first exhibition.

The mass consumer society. After the Second World War and the rise of the consumer society, artists appropriated this new culture and put it forward in their creations, like Andy Warhol with his boxes of Campbell soup.

From the 1950s and 1960s, pop music became a global phenomenon and it was to inspire artists. Several album covers are made by Pop artists such as the cover art for "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" by The Beattles directed by Peter Blake. Cinema is also becoming a real phenomenon and will inspire artists like Andy Warhol and his many variations of Marylin.

The explosion of American comics, especially in the USA in the second half of the 20th century, will have a great influence on many artists such as Roy Lichtenstein who produces many works that have marked the Pop art artistic movement.

What are the techniques used in the artistic movement of pop art?

  • Collage: The first works of Pop art are collages created by Eduardo Paolozzi. It is a characteristic method of this new artistic movement. Gluing was little used before. Pop artists use different materials for their collages: magazines, newspapers, posters, fabrics, papers, cardboard, plastics ...
  • Painting: The artists will favor new painting techniques such as acrylic painting which have just been developed by the chemical industry.
  • Screen printing: New industrial technique, it allows to reproduce an image in series. The principle of a single painting canvas disappears. Works of art can be reproduced dozens and dozens of times.

Who are the famous artists and works?

Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005)

He is the precursor of pop art. Passionate about science fiction, his first artistic works are collages using advertising clippings using pin-ups or housewives to convey a message against the society of mass consumption in his works of art. Paolozzi stayed in Paris, where he met the surrealists, Alberto Giacometti, but above all his interest in brut art made him meet Jean Dubuffet. These meetings will be decisive in the creation of this new form of art.

Peter Blake (1932-)

He created his first collages in the year 1955. At the beginning of the sixties, the artist recovers and mixes the images which one finds recurrently in his work: mythical characters, stars of sport, cinema or music. Peter Blake created the year 1957, one of the first known works of Pop art: "On the balcony". The work is now in the collections of the Tate Britain museum in London.

Richard Hamilton (1922-2011)

Painter and colagiste, Hamilton is one of the first creators of Pop art. Hamilton is heavily influenced by the works of James Joyce and Marcel Duchamp. He centers his work on popular culture, mass products, young and glamorous.
The collage by the British artist “Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing? »Created in 1956 is in the collections of the Kunsthalle, in Tübingen (Germany).

Andy Warhol (1928-1987)

The emblematic artist of Pop art Andy Warhol (real name Andrew Warhola), born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and died in New York in 1987. He painted in New York from 1961 works of art inspired by American comics. (Advertisement, Before and After, Little King, Saturday's Popeye and Superman). In 1962 Warhol presented a diptych of Marylin Monroe a few months after the artist's death. Fascinated by the process of reproducing screen printing. A technique that would become Warhol's identifiable style both simple and quick. The selected photo of Marylin by Warhol is taken from the film “Nigeria”, in which Marilyn had played in 1953. The model will be used to create many works of art with this image of Marylin that everyone knew.

In 1963 he created “Silver Car Crash (Double Disaster)” From 1965 he worked with many assistants in his New York studio the Factory. The Pop art style barely existed in a way before Warhol became interested in it.

Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997)

In 1961 Roy Lichtenstein began to paint his first pop works inspired by cartoons and with techniques inspired by the aspect of commercial advertisements, such as "Look Mickey!" Which is now on display at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC in the USA.
In 1961, Leo Castelli began presenting his first exhibition of Lichtenstein's work at his New York gallery and he had his first personal exhibition at the gallery, in 1962.

Many other artists are also known for their involvement in the pop art movement such as   Robert Rauschenberg , Valerio Adami, John Alcorn, Allan D'Arcangelo, Keith Haring, David Hockney, Jasper Johns, Ed Ruscha ...

At the same time in France, influenced by the Pop wave, a particular current of art is developing: "the new realism". The artists will use the objects of everyday life not as an “icon” but as a component of the work itself. It is the beginning of the use of industrial materials such as concrete, prefabricated sheets, cans ...

The artistic movement is marked by the artists Arman, François Dufrêne, Raymond Hains, Yves Klein, Jean Tinguely, Jacques Villeglé or Gérard Deschamps.

Pop art today or "neo pop art"

The artists Murakami, Koons or Hirst are emblematic of the contemporary Pop art trend. Extremely popular Takashi Murakami even collaborates with luxury brands like Louis Vuitton. Jeff Koons' kitsch balloon sculptures, such as the Balloon dog, have become familiar symbols.

Fabien Novarino's works mixing collages, painting, stencils ... are a tribute to the culture of entertainment.

What are the outstanding quotes from the Pop art artistic movement?

Eduardo Paolozzi: "I don't want to, he said during a conversation with the writer JG Ballard and the critic Frank Whitford, published on the occasion of its premiere.
large retrospective at the Tate Gallery by Studio International magazine in October 1971, making images that help people escape from this terrible world. I want to remind them. "

Peter Blake : “We are not consciously avant-garde, in front of others. We discover and we try to find paths, and two years later, when someone follows the same path, it becomes clear that we were in front of the others. But, on the other hand, we sometimes try to consciously stay in the background or go back ten years. I am inclined to play this game, “swimming against the tide”, sometimes consciously and sometimes unconsciously. ”

Richard Hamilton : “Pop Art: Popular, Temporary, Disposable, Cheap, Mass-produced, Young, Funny, Sexy, Clever, Spectacular, and Highly Profitable.”

Andy Warhol : “I like boring things. I love that things are exactly the same over and over again. ”

Andy Warhol : All paintings should be the same size and color so that they are interchangeable and no one feels like they have a good or a bad one.

Andy Waholl :   Bad taste makes time pass faster.

Roy Lichtenstein : What marks pop is above all the use it makes of what is despised and we insist on the most practical, the least aesthetic, the most bellowing aspects of advertising.

Roy Lichtenstein : Clichés are simple patterns that are striking, memorable and easy to communicate. They can mean the gist of an idea. They have the possibility of becoming monumental.


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Digital Arts titled "FRAGMENTED DEATH" by Jean-Marie Gitard (Mr STRANGE), Original Art, Photo Montage
FRAGMENTED DEATH - Digital Arts, 27.6x27.6x0.1 in ©2021 by Jean-Marie Gitard (Mr STRANGE) - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Men, crâne humain, profil, fragmentation, glitch
FRAGMENTED DEATH

Digital Arts, 27.6x27.6 in

Painting titled "Mental state Mermaid" by Valeria Feliú, Original Art, Oil
Mental state Mermaid - Painting, 27.6x19.7 in ©2019 by Valeria Feliú - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Women, portrait, contemporary, expressionism, figurative, monochromatic
Mental state Mermaid

Oil on Canvas, 27.6x19.7 in

Sculpture titled "COOLure DARK FANTAS…" by 2mé / Blondeau, Original Art, Wood
COOLure DARK FANTASY #10 - Sculpture, 41.7x5.5x4.7 in ©2021 by 2mé / Blondeau - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Graffiti, pop-art, sculpture, sculpture bois, graffiti, street art, art contemporain
COOLure DARK FANTASY #10

Sculpture - Wood, 41.7x5.5x4.7 in

Painting titled "1 second and sevent…" by Krikor Avessian, Original Art, Acrylic
1 second and seventy six milliseconds - Painting, 13.2x9.8x0.4 in ©2018 by Krikor Avessian - Pop Art, pop-art-615, portrait
1 second and seventy six milliseconds

Acrylic on Wood, 13.2x9.8 in

Painting titled "Stay in Bed" by Sviatlana Petushkova, Original Art, Acrylic Mounted on Stretcher frame
Stay in Bed - Painting, 23.6x31.5x0.8 in ©2021 by Sviatlana Petushkova - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Feminine, blm, africa, love, nude, beautiful, woman, pink, blue, skin, erotic, body, positive, feminism, lesbian
Stay in Bed

Acrylic on Canvas, 23.6x31.5 in

Prints available
Collages titled "Monument of 20th ce…" by David Gerstein, Original Art, Paper
Monument of 20th century - paper cut - Collages, 39.4x31.5x0.8 in ©2007 by David Gerstein - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Urban, David Gerstein, Galerie Duret, Paris, Bruxelles, Galerie d'art, art contemporain, contemporary art, artiste tendace, pop art, papier, paper, collage, car, caricature, artiste israelien, couleur, voiture, color, work on paper, 3D art

David Gerstein

On Request
Monument of 20th century - paper cut

Collages on Paper, 39.4x31.5 in

Sculpture titled "COOLure #9 tricolore" by 2mé / Blondeau, Original Art, Wood
COOLure #9 tricolore - Sculpture, 41.7x5.5x4.7 in ©2021 by 2mé / Blondeau - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Graffiti, sculpture pop art, sculpture bois, street art, pop-art, 2mé, coulure, art
COOLure #9 tricolore

Sculpture - Wood, 41.7x5.5x4.7 in

Painting titled "Marylin" by Christiane Sottile, Original Art, Pigments
Marylin - Painting, 31.5x31.5x1.2 in ©2021 by Christiane Sottile - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Celebrity, marylin, sexsymbol, portrait, femmes, women, portraitcelebre, popart, contemporaryart, portraitcontemporain, actrices, icones, femmescelebres, kennedy, artworks, newyork, galleryny
Marylin

Pigments on Canvas, 31.5x31.5 in

Sculpture titled ""DEFINATION OF WOME…" by Magnum Ferra, Original Art, Digital Painting
"DEFINATION OF WOMEN" - Sculpture, 19.3x17.7x5.9 in ©2021 by Magnum Ferra - Pop Art, pop-art-615

Magnum Ferra

$2,053.93
"DEFINATION OF WOMEN"

Sculpture - Digital Painting, 19.3x17.7x5.9 in

Sculpture titled "Splash Turquoise" by Philippe Berry, Original Art, Bronze
Splash Turquoise - Sculpture, 23.6x27.6x2 in ©2006 by Philippe Berry - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Pop Culture, philippe berry, galerie duret, paris, bruxelles, sculpture bronze, wall sculpture, sculpture murale, contemporary art, art contemporain, pop art, enfance, childhood art, popular culture, painting stain, tache peinture, koons, silver, argent, design, mirror
Splash Turquoise

Sculpture - Bronze, 23.6x27.6x2 in

Sculpture titled "Barba'art" by G O R F I, Original Art, Paper
Barba'art - Sculpture, 20.9x5.1x3.9 in ©2021 by G O R F I - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Pop Culture, Art, dessin animé

G O R F I

$1,434.88
Barba'art

Sculpture - Paper, 20.9x5.1x3.9 in

Collages titled "Megalopolis - Paper…" by David Gerstein, Original Art, Paper
Megalopolis - Paper cut - Collages, 29.9x22.1x0.8 in ©2007 by David Gerstein - Pop Art, pop-art-615, City, David Gerstein, Galerie Duret, Paris, Bruxelles, Galerie d'art, art contemporain, contemporary art, artiste tendance, pop art, papier, paper, collage, artiste israelien, city, ville, car, voiture, character, personnage, skyline

David Gerstein

On Request
Megalopolis - Paper cut

Collages on Paper, 29.9x22.1 in

Painting titled "Podium" by Viktor Sheleg, Original Art, Oil Mounted on Stretcher frame
Podium - Painting, 51.2x43.3x1 in ©2021 by Viktor Sheleg - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Fashion, color, painting, interior, style

Viktor Sheleg

$16,402.17
Podium

Oil on Canvas, 51.2x43.3 in

Prints available
Painting titled "Portrait Madonna POP" by Bazévian Delacapucinière, Original Art, Oil Mounted on Stretcher frame
Portrait Madonna POP - Painting, 31.5x31.5x1.6 in ©2021 by Bazévian Delacapucinière - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Portrait, painting, portrait, peaceful, Madonna, virgin, icon

Bazévian Delacapucinière

$2,742.03
$2,511.9
Portrait Madonna POP

Oil on Canvas, 31.5x31.5 in

Painting titled "Blind" by Flör, Original Art, Acrylic
Blind - Painting, 45.3x29.5x0.8 in ©2021 by Flör - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Celebrity

Flör

$2,255.3
Blind

Acrylic on Canvas, 45.3x29.5 in

Painting titled "Playboy 21'" by Sinao, Original Art, Spray paint
Playboy 21' - Painting, 47.2x31.5x1.2 in ©2021 by Sinao - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Animal

Sinao

$14,405.14
Playboy 21'

Spray paint on Cardboard, 47.2x31.5 in

Sculpture titled "New Pond - 1" by David Gerstein, Original Art, Aluminium
New Pond - 1 - Sculpture, 45.3x45.3x5.1 in ©2021 by David Gerstein - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Nature, david gerstein, galerie duret, paris, bruxelles, galerie d'art, art contemporain, contemporary art, artiste tendance, trending artist, pop art, aluminium, wall sculpture, 3D, Monet, Nymphéa, waterscape, bleu, carpe, artiste israelien, carp

David Gerstein

On Request
New Pond - 1

Sculpture - Aluminium, 45.3x45.3x5.1 in

Painting titled "The Language Of Love" by Jamie Lee, Original Art, Acrylic Mounted on Stretcher frame
The Language Of Love - Painting, 27.6x27.6x0.8 in ©2021 by Jamie Lee - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Love, love, france, french, pop art, comic book art, embrace, couple, romance, eiffel tower, amour, j'taime

Jamie Lee

$1,836.38
The Language Of Love

Acrylic on Canvas, 27.6x27.6 in

Collages titled "Cirio" by Maurizio Capisani, Original Art, Collages
Cirio - Collages, 13.2x15.9x0.2 in ©2019 by Maurizio Capisani - Pop Art, pop-art-615
Cirio

Collages on Wood, 13.2x15.9 in

Painting titled "Alone with Myself" by Sviatlana Petushkova, Original Art, Acrylic Mounted on Stretcher frame
Alone with Myself - Painting, 31.5x23.6x0.8 in ©2021 by Sviatlana Petushkova - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Feminine, nude, beautiful, woman, body, positive, love, erotic, back, pink, blue, skin, lgbtq, feminism, lesbian, gift
Alone with Myself

Acrylic on Canvas, 31.5x23.6 in

Prints available
Drawing titled "Red Dragon Dress" by Natasha Ermolaeva, Original Art, Acrylic Mounted on Cardboard
Red Dragon Dress - Drawing, 39.4x27.6 in ©2021 by Natasha Ermolaeva - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Fashion, woman, girl, dress, fashion, tatoo, red, wall art, dressing room decoration, costume, show
Red Dragon Dress

Acrylic on Cardboard, 39.4x27.6 in

Painting titled "Graffiti Heartist -…" by David Gerstein, Original Art, Aluminium
Graffiti Heartist - Large - Painting, 47.2x45.7x4.7 in ©2021 by David Gerstein - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Color, david gerstein, galerie duret, paris, bruxelles, galerie d'art, art contemporain, contemporary art, artiste tendance, trending artist, pop art, aluminium, wall sculpture, brush, color, couleur, pinceau, heart, graffiti, artiste israelien, metal art

David Gerstein

On Request
Graffiti Heartist - Large

Aluminium on Metal, 47.2x45.7 in

Painting titled "LA GALERIE" by G O R F I, Original Art, Acrylic Mounted on Stretcher frame
LA GALERIE - Painting, 23.6x28.7x0.8 in ©2021 by G O R F I - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Everyday Life, Galerie, Art, Fashion, smartphone

G O R F I

$1,895.14
LA GALERIE

Acrylic on Linen Canvas, 23.6x28.7 in

Prints available
Painting titled "Figurine noire" by Ralau, Original Art, Acrylic
Figurine noire - Painting, 6.3x3.5x1.6 in ©2021 by Ralau - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Pop Culture, sculpture, peinture

Ralau

$462.57
Figurine noire

Acrylic on Other substrate, 6.3x3.5 in

Painting titled "Get New York On The…" by Jamie Lee, Original Art, Acrylic Mounted on Stretcher frame
Get New York On The Line - Painting, 27.6x27.6x0.8 in ©2021 by Jamie Lee - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Everyday Life, office, business, pop art, comic book art, new york, madmen, businessman, stockmarket, workplace, ceo

Jamie Lee

$1,972.41
Get New York On The Line

Acrylic on Canvas, 27.6x27.6 in

Prints available
Painting titled "''Twist dance''" by Raymond Yves Kono (Ntshi-Ntshim), Original Art, Acrylic
''Twist dance'' - Painting, 53.2x39.4x1 in ©2021 by Raymond Yves Kono (Ntshi-Ntshim) - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Pop Culture, populaire, dance, retrouvailles, amitié, célébration, fête, Mariage, amour, partage, voyage, positive, joie, vivre
''Twist dance''

Acrylic on Canvas, 53.2x39.4 in

Painting titled "Shopping" by Bridg', Original Art, Acrylic Mounted on Stretcher frame
Shopping - Painting, 16.1x13 in ©2021 by Bridg' - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Cartoon, minnie, luxe, vuitton, chanel, gucci, sac a main, shopping

Bridg'

$608.7
Shopping

Acrylic on Canvas, 16.1x13 in

Painting titled ""Fall of the Leaves"" by Viktor Sheleg, Original Art, Oil
"Fall of the Leaves" - Painting, 59.1x78.7x1 in ©2021 by Viktor Sheleg - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Color, painting, color, style, art, interior, big picture

Viktor Sheleg

$18,281.27
"Fall of the Leaves"

Oil on Canvas, 59.1x78.7 in

Sculpture titled "Drop of Love" by David Gerstein, Original Art, Aluminium
Drop of Love - Sculpture, 45.3x45.3x5.5 in ©2021 by David Gerstein - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Color, david gerstein, galerie duret, paris, bruxelles, galerie d'art, art contemporain, contemporary art, artiste tendance, trending artist, pop art, 3D, aluminium, wall sculpture, heart, coeur, couleur, colorful, brush, artiste israelien, pinceau

David Gerstein

On Request
Drop of Love

Sculpture - Aluminium, 45.3x45.3x5.5 in

Sculpture titled "Buste" by Viktor M, Original Art, Resin
Buste - Sculpture, 43.3x19.7x15.8 in ©2021 by Viktor M - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Nude, Feminin, Noir, Brillant

Viktor M

$5,715.34
Buste

Sculpture - Resin, 43.3x19.7x15.8 in

Painting titled "BUTTERFLY ON HER HA…" by Kate Matveeva, Original Art, Watercolor
BUTTERFLY ON HER HAND - Painting, 15.8x11.8 in ©2021 by Kate Matveeva - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Love, naked woman, nude lady, beautiful lady, gift, bachelor art, naked soul, blue, sand color, art in the badroom, artwork in the interrior, living room decor, sale

Kate Matveeva

$312.38
$298.72
BUTTERFLY ON HER HAND

Watercolor on Paper, 15.8x11.8 in

Prints available
Painting titled "Omaggio a Warhol" by Sara Arnaout, Original Art, Acrylic
Omaggio a Warhol - Painting, 11.8x11.8x0.4 in ©2020 by Sara Arnaout - Pop Art, pop-art-615
Omaggio a Warhol

Acrylic on Paper, 11.8x11.8 in

Sculpture titled "Gorille" by Viktor M, Original Art, Resin
Gorille - Sculpture, 23.6x35.4x51.2 in ©2021 by Viktor M - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Animal, Gorille, Noir, Brillant

Viktor M

$7,789.98
Gorille

Sculpture - Resin, 23.6x35.4x51.2 in

Sculpture titled "PinkCostume" by Pierre Lamblin, Original Art, Metals
PinkCostume - Sculpture, 45.3x27.6x4.7 in ©2021 by Pierre Lamblin - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Color, pierre lamblin, panthere rose, pink panther
PinkCostume

Sculpture - Metals, 45.3x27.6x4.7 in

Printmaking titled "Happy Rhum" by Lorenzo Crivellaro, Original Art, Screenprinting
Happy Rhum - Printmaking, 19.7x19.7x0.4 in ©2021 by Lorenzo Crivellaro - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Graffiti
Happy Rhum

Printmaking on Cardboard, 19.7x19.7 in

Sculpture titled "Winter red dripping…" by 2mé / Blondeau, Original Art, Wood
Winter red dripping... sculpture en bois - Sculpture, 18.9x12.2x7.1 in ©2021 by 2mé / Blondeau - Pop Art, pop-art-615, Graffiti, sculpture pop-art, pop-art, graffiti, street art, glaces, ice, sculpture, art, 2mé
Winter red dripping... sculpture en bois

Sculpture - Wood, 18.9x12.2x7.1 in

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