This is yet another comic Pop Art piece by none other than Roy Lichtenstein. This particular piece shows a woman on the phone. As you can see, in this and many of his other works, Lichtenstein uses speech bubbles to emphasise the meaning of his artworks.
L'ètrange noël du capitaine Je vends ces peintures entièrement fait à la main sur des tissus avec quatre œillets en couleur or pour que l'acheteur puisse l'accroche au mur ou autre. Pour plus d'informations : Prix, livraison venez me parler en privé ou sur mon mail firstname.lastname@example.org I sell these paintings entirely handmade from fabrics with four eyelets in gold for the buyer to hang it on the wall or other. For more information: price, delivery talk to me in private
Can U Bear To Sea It by Ben Davidson The concept for this piece was created during a 7-day boat tour into Great Bear Rainforest, home to spirit bears, whales, wolf packs, grizzlies and many other creatures. The piece itself shows a salmon trout head on the bottom, symbolized by the ovoid under the whale tail.
Of all beautiful critiques he received for his work, the one from French novelist and critic he liked the most. Marcel Arlan wrote: “He was born by the land. He posesses it’s sweetness, wisdom and charm. And he needs no other guides.” In 1959 he painted “The deer wedding” – his most valuable work, according to evaluation of people who were following Croatian naive art for a long time.