Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005) was a Scottish sculptor, artist and print-maker and is widely considered to be one of the pioneers of pop art.
This super, eye-catching and fun original screenprint by Eduardo Paolozzi is amazing considering it is 48 years old!
The apparent meaning behind the print is: "Lots of Pictures. Lots of Fun" (or "Pop Art Redefined" as it is sometimes known) was created by Paolozzi at Kelpra Studios in 1971. It is actually a cynical statement by Paolozzi with Andy Warhol (Soup Can), Roy Lichtenstein (Dots and half-tones), Ed Ruscha (SPAM), and Jasper John (American Flag) all receiving a jab! This and the weight of the elephant - signifying American dominanace over Britain. But it was actually Britain where it had all begun with Peter Blake, Richard Hamilton, Joe Tilson, Allen Jones, Peter Phillips, and Paolozzi himself!
Artist: Eduardo Paolozzi
Year Produced: 1971
Technique: Screenprint in colours on fine paper
Dimensions: Sheet size 76.2 cm x 55.9 cm (30 in x 22 in)
Condition: Excellent / Very Good
Signed and dated: in the lower right corner by Eduardo Paolozzi
Edition: numbered 654/1000
Printed by: Kelpra Studio, London.
Shipping: Worldwide shipping. Will be sent through Royal Mail Special Delivery service in the UK, or Royal Mail International signed for airmail service for overseas buyers. After successful payment the buyer will receive a code to track the parcel.
- Eduardo Paolozzi
- Tytuł dzieła sztuki
- Lots of Pictures, Lots of Fun
- Rozmiar obrazu
- 76.2×55.9 cm
- Całkowite wymiary
- 30×22×0 in
- Sprzedawany z ramą