Discover Pop Art portraits for sale. Our online gallery showcases work from some of the most exciting artists working today, with each piece selected by us. Bursting with colour, character and charisma, our collection of Pop Art ranges from paintings, to photographs, to prints. Whether you’re on the lookout for a new statement piece to adorn your wall, or you’re embarking on starting a collection, browse our range of Pop Art and find the perfect new piece to purchase today.
Magnus Gjoen. Concerned with exposing contrast and incorporating decorative design into modern art, Magnus’s work prompts the viewer to reject all preconceived notions when viewing his art. His multi-media practice showcases a range of styles which reimagine traditional art. Accompanied by their humorous titles, Magnus’s work is consistently provocative and probing. I'D RATHER BY HAPPY THAN DIGNIFIED uses the old to bring about the new. By transforming traditional art, Magnus epitomises the comical and daring charisma of the Pop Art genre.
Lee Ellis also redefines contemporary portraiture through an expressive style. Characterised by bold brushstrokes, distorted subjects and rich colours, Lee’s style confronts the viewer with the direct nature of his portraits. In a similar way to Magnus Gjoen, Lee uses his titles to add a witty layer to his art. Lee’s Batman series takes a recognisable fictional character and makes him human. Batman feels awkward and Batman and his terrible jokes exposes the vulnerable and painfully human elements of this superhero, and in this contrast forms an amusing narrative.
Victoria Topping’s colourful collages incorporate a patterned design element into her Pop Art style. Victoria’s portraits depict moments of frenzy, joy and energy. Inspired by the jazz and soul of the 70s, each of Victoria’s large scale paintings emit a contagious sense of excitement and form the perfect addition to brighten up any wall.
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