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Oh, to hang in the Louvre. . . by Karsten Stier

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Oh, to hang in the Louvre. . . by 


*Satire on the fact that an artist usually has to be dead before they truly become a famous artist.

Pen & Ink & Color Pencil on Watercolor Paper

12 X 18 inches
31 X 46 cm

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Comments

  • Tyler Thomas
    Tyler Thomasover 6 years ago

    Dark and very vivid. This is great.

  • EnPassant
    EnPassantover 6 years ago

    Isn’t it interesting the way prices go up the moment the body is going down!
    I have read that there are even galleries which specialise in signing older ‘undiscovered artists’ with this in mind. Ah there’s hope for me yet ;>)
    You reminded me of a cartoon I did some time ago which might give you a chuckle… I’ll try to remember to bubblemail you when I’ve uploaded it.

  • Steven Novak
    Steven Novakover 6 years ago

    Performance art…I’ll never get it. ;)

  • KEITH  R. WILLIAMS
    KEITH R. WILL...over 6 years ago

    WOW this is great, i feel that most artists are appreciated when gone

  • Makeba Kedem-DuBose
    Makeba Kedem-D...over 6 years ago

    What an excellent piece of work. It’s a shame, but so true. Peace, mkd

  • rosepepper
    rosepepperover 6 years ago

    Brilliant visual statement…….. just brilliant. A silent death, no blood, only paint blotches.

  • Karsten Stier
    Karsten Stierover 6 years ago

    Thanks

  • mikeloughlin
    mikeloughlinover 6 years ago

    I wouldn’t hang around in the Louvre, you know what the french are like. Anyway you can be famous in your own mind, most important.

  • Karsten Stier
    Karsten Stierover 6 years ago

    it’s not the real thing

  • debteraI
    debteraIabout 6 years ago

    if it is fame one seeks then maybe one should seek a different profess/hobby/ whatever one sees themselves , but the inner essence of being an artist is for the love….is i not

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