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Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

POP ART STYLE

Perhaps one of the most influential contemporary art movements, Pop art emerged in the 1950s. In stark contrast to traditional artistic practice, its practitioners drew on imagery from popular culture — comic books, advertising, product packaging and other commercial media — to create original Pop art paintings, prints and sculptures that celebrated ordinary life in the most literal way.

ORIGINS OF POP ART

CHARACTERISTICS OF POP ART 

  • Bold imagery
  • Bright, vivid colors
  • Straightforward concepts
  • Engagement with popular culture 
  • Incorporation of everyday objects from advertisements, cartoons, comic books and other popular mass media

POP ARTISTS TO KNOW

ORIGINAL POP ART ON 1STDIBS

The Pop art movement started in the United Kingdom as a reaction, both positive and critical, to the period’s consumerism. Its goal was to put popular culture on the same level as so-called high culture.

Richard Hamilton’s 1956 collage Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing? is widely believed to have kickstarted this unconventional new style.

Pop art works are distinguished by their bold imagery, bright colors and seemingly commonplace subject matter. Practitioners sought to challenge the status quo, breaking with the perceived elitism of the previously dominant Abstract Expressionism and making statements about current events. Other key characteristics of Pop art include appropriation of imagery and techniques from popular and commercial culture; use of different media and formats; repetition in imagery and iconography; incorporation of mundane objects from advertisements, cartoons and other popular media; hard edges; and ironic and witty treatment of subject matter.

Although British artists launched the movement, they were soon overshadowed by their American counterparts. Pop art is perhaps most closely identified with American Pop artist Andy Warhol, whose clever appropriation of motifs and images helped to transform the artistic style into a lifestyle. Most of the best-known American artists associated with Pop art started in commercial art (Warhol made whimsical drawings as a hobby during his early years as a commercial illustrator), a background that helped them in merging high and popular culture.

Roy Lichtenstein was another prominent Pop artist that was active in the United States. Much like Warhol, Lichtenstein drew his subjects from print media, particularly comic strips, producing paintings and sculptures characterized by primary colors, bold outlines and halftone dots, elements appropriated from commercial printing. Recontextualizing a lowbrow image by importing it into a fine-art context was a trademark of his style. Neo-Pop artists like Jeff Koons and Takashi Murakami further blurred the line between art and popular culture.

Pop art rose to prominence largely through the work of a handful of men creating works that were unemotional and distanced — in other words, stereotypically masculine. However, there were many important female Pop artists, such as Rosalyn Drexler, whose significant contributions to the movement are recognized today. Best known for her work as a playwright and novelist, Drexler also created paintings and collages embodying Pop art themes and stylistic features.

Read more about the history of Pop art and the style’s famous artists, and browse the collection of original Pop art paintings, prints, photography and other works for sale on 1stDibs.

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Style: Pop Art
UNTITLED (ORIGINAL)
Located in Aventura, FL
Original mixed media (marker, pen) on black paper. Hand signed and dated on front by Romero Britto. Artwork size 19.6 x 25.3 inches. Frame size 29.6 x 35.5 inches. Artwork is in e...
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1990s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Paper, Mixed Media, Pen, Permanent Marker

Original signed drawing in book, Two Flowers with heart, inscribed in Japanese
Located in New York, NY
Takashi Murakami Untitled signed original drawing of Two Flowers with heart doodle, 2021 Original marker drawing done on title page and bound in hardback monograph with purple boards...
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2010s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Mixed Media, Permanent Marker, Lithograph, Offset

Unique signed drawing (Two Flowers) for the Modern Art Museum, Ft. Worth, Texas
Located in New York, NY
Takashi Murakami Unique drawing (Two Flowers) created for the Modern Art Museum, Ft. Worth, Texas, 2018 Original drawing done in marker, and bound on title page of hardback monograph...
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2010s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Paper, Mixed Media, Permanent Marker, Lithograph, Offset

Original Flower Drawing inscribed signed twice bound in Whitney Museum monograph
Located in New York, NY
Jeff Koons Original Flower Drawing (signed twice), 2016 Original, hand signed drawing inscribed to Nadine, done with silver sharpie, and held in hardback monograph with dust jacket, ...
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2010s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Paper, Mixed Media, Permanent Marker, Lithograph, Offset

"My portrait was taken on Coenties Slip"....
Located in New York, NY
Robert Indiana "My portrait was taken on Coenties Slip"...., 1993 Handwritten letter on an offset lithograph postcard Boldly signed in black marker under the letter 4 2/5 × 7 3/5 in...
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1990s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Ink, Lithograph, Offset

Kiss - Original Drawing with Frame - Art by SLAZO, Drawing, Pen & Ink on Paper
Located in Yardley, PA
Original Art by Sergio Lazo "Kiss" Original Enamel & Ink Drawing on Paper 11" x 14" (actual size with frame 16" x 20") 2020 :: Drawing :: Pop-Art :: This piece comes with an of...
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2010s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Pen

French Menu "You Name it, I'll Draw It" (unique drawings on each side) Signed
Located in New York, NY
Larry Rivers French Menu, Cafe de Colombie, Champs-Elysees, Paris (double-sided), ca. 1969 Charcoal on paper. drawings on each side of the paper, Hand sig...
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1960s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Graphite, Pencil

Wall to Wall Signed twice with inscription & drawing 1 of 2 Trial Proofs, Framed
Located in New York, NY
Signed, Dated, Numbered, Titled and Uniquely Inscribed front and back in pencil, with two original artist's drawings "WALL TO WALL" FROM WALL: TWO STONE SUITE IV, WITH TWO ORIGINAL I...
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1990s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Ink, Lithograph, Pencil

Outside with Parents from Grown Ups, Pastel Drawing by Daniel Fusaro
By Daniel Fusaro
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Darrell Fusaro, American (1962 - ) Title: Outside with Parents from Grown Ups Year: circa 1990 Medium: Pastel on Paper, signed l.l. Size: 22 x 29.5 in. (55.88 x 74.93 cm) Fra...
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1990s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Pastel

Urban Graffiti Cartoon Manga Pop Art by British Street Artist Chris Pegg
Located in Preston, GB
Urban Graffiti Cartoon Manga Art entitled 'Under the Influence' by British Street Artist Chris Pegg. Chris Pegg is a self-taught artist from Lancashire, UK....
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2010s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Canvas, Paint, Cotton Canvas, Ink, Mixed Media, Spray Paint, Acrylic, Fe...

Golf Swing with Psychedelic Butterfly, Funky Chickens and Groovy Flowers
By Abe Gurvin
Located in Miami, FL
This is dreamy psychedelic depiction of a golfer hitting a ball in a psychedelic wonderland of chickens moons, starts and groovy flowers Gurvin was Graphic Designer & Visual artist Abe Gurvin...
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1970s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Watercolor, Charcoal

Rainbow Angel. Sketches From The Angelesque Series By Marco Silombria. Year 1986
Located in Firenze, IT
Mixed technique on paper. Hand signed lower right. Created by the Italian Pop Art artist Marco Silombria (Savona, 1936-Albissola, 2017): an Italian painter, sculptor, and esteemed a...
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1980s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Charcoal, Watercolor, Paper, Wax Crayon

Swimmer in the Jump with the Kitten by Marco Silombria. Italian Pop art
Located in Firenze, IT
Swimmer in the Jump with the Kitten by Marco Silombria. Italian Pop art Large scale painting on paper. Mixed tecnique with glitter dust on corners. Created by Italian Pop - Art ar...
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1980s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Paper, Wax Crayon, Mixed Media, Gouache, Color Pencil

Original Figurative Portrait Painting by Cuban Artist Juan Carlos Vazquez Lima
Located in Brooklyn, NY
ARTIST— Juan Carlos Vazquez Lima Juan Carlos was born in Havana Cuba June 30th 1986. He Studied at Eduardo Garcia Delgado School of Art. He currently lives and works in Havana. PAI...
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2010s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Acrylic, Ballpoint Pen

Focus on Fiction, Pop Art Digital Print by Michael Knigin
Located in Long Island City, NY
Michael Knigin, American (1942 - 2011) - Focus on Fiction, Year: 2000, Medium: Chromogenic Print on canvas, signed, dated and numbered in pen lower left, titled on verso, Edition: 2/...
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Early 2000s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Digital

True Royalty, Pop Art Digital Print by Michael Knigin
Located in Long Island City, NY
Michael Knigin, American (1942 - 2011) - True Royalty, Year: 2008, Medium: Chromogenic Print on canvas, signed, titled and dated in pen middle right, Size: 37.5 x 58 in. (95.25 x 147...
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Early 2000s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Digital

Rare Original Watercolor Painting Sister Corita Kent Pop Art "I Love you Very"
Located in Surfside, FL
Corita Kent (American, 1918 - 1986) "I Love You Very" watercolor and ink on paper Hand signed (not dated) Dimensions: 10 x 8 inches sight. Framed measures 12 x 15 inches Provenance: Marc Selwyn Fine Art, bears gallery label verso Corita Kent (November 20, 1918 – September 18, 1986), born Frances Elizabeth Kent and also known as Sister Mary Corita Kent, was an American Roman Catholic religious sister, artist, and educator. She worked almost exclusively with silkscreen, also known as serigraphy, pushing back the limitations of the two-dimensional medium by the development of innovative methods. Kent's emphasis on printing was partially due to her wish for democratic outreach, as she wished for affordable art for the masses. Her artwork, with its messages of love and peace, was particularly popular during the social upheavals of the 1960s and 1970s After a cancer diagnosis in the early 1970s, she entered an extremely prolific period in her career, including the Rainbow Swash design on the LNG storage tank in Boston, and the 1985 version of the United States Postal Service's special Love stamp. In recent years, Corita has gained increased recognition for her role in the pop art movement. Critics and theorists previously failed to count her work as part of any mainstream "canon," but in the last few years there has been a resurgence of attention given to Kent. As both a nun and a woman making art in the twentieth century, she was in many ways cast to the margins of the different movements she was a part of. According to Donna Steele, an exhibition’s curator, Kent’s work is “as important as that of Andy Warhol” to the Pop Art movement. “It stands up there with the work of the Pop Art greats – people like Robert Rauschenberg, Robert Indiana, Jasper Johns, Richard Hamilton and Peter Blake. It’s big and bold and it’s of the moment.” Kent used advertising slogans and song lyrics, as well as biblical verses and quotes from literature, to create vibrant silkscreens with trenchant political messages about racism, poverty and injustice. “What you get is this visual feast of twisted text and messages, and the more you look, the deeper you realise the messages go,” says Steele. “She picked up on everyday language and advertising slogans – this was the 1960s, and consumer culture was exploding; she used words like ‘tomato’, ‘burger’ and ‘goodness’ and she made them into messages about how we live, and about humanitarianism and how we care for others.” She took classes at Otis (now Otis College of Art and Design) and Chouinard Art Institute and earned her BA from Immaculate Heart College in 1941. She earned her MA at the University of Southern California in Art History in 1951. Between 1938 and 1968 Kent lived and worked in the Immaculate Heart Community She taught in the Immaculate Heart College and became the chair of its art department in 1964. Her classes at Immaculate Heart were an avant-garde mecca for prominent, ground-breaking artists and inventors, such as Alfred Hitchcock, John Cage, Saul Bass, Buckminster Fuller and Charles & Ray Eames. Kent credited Charles Eames, Buckminster Fuller, and art historian Dr. Alois Schardt for their important roles in her intellectual and artistic growth. During this time, Kent’s work became increasingly political, addressing events such as the Vietnam War and humanitarian crises. For example, she was commissioned by the Physicians for Social Responsibility to create what she called “we can create life without war” billboards. Tensions between the order and church leadership were mounting, with the Los Angeles archdiocese criticizing the college as “liberal” and Cardinal James McIntyre labeling the college as “communist” and Kent’s work as “blasphemous.” Due to this, Kent returned to secular life in 1968 as Corita Kent. Most sisters followed suit and the Immaculate Heart College closed in 1980. In 1985, Kent’s design for a United States Postal Service Stamp is issued. She did not attend the unveiling because she wanted it to happen at the United Nations and was not happy with the message that was sent when the design was unveiled on the Love Boat. Her 1985 work "love is hard work" was made in response. The stamp itself sold successfully- over 700 million times She died on September 18, 1986 in Watertown Massachusetts at the age of sixty-seven. She left her copyrights and unsold works to the Immaculate Heart College Community Kent created several hundred serigraph designs, for posters, book covers, and murals. Her work includes the 1985 United States Postal Service stamp Love and the 1971 Rainbow Swash, the largest copyrighted work of art in the world, covering a 150-foot (46 m) high natural gas tank in Boston. Kent was also commissioned to create work for the 1964 World’s Fair in New York, and the 1965 IBM Christmas display in New York. Her 1951 print, The Lord is with Thee had won first prizes in printmaking at the Los Angeles County Museum of History, Science, Art, and at the California State Fair Corita Kent worked at the intersection of several powerful and at times contradictory cultural, political, and religious influences. Corita Kent, inspired by the works of Andy Warhol, began using popular culture as raw material for her work in 1962. Her Pop art lithograph screen prints often incorporated the archetypical product of brands of American consumerism alongside spiritual texts. Her design process involved appropriating an original advertising graphic to suit her idea; for example, she would tear, rip, or crumble the image, then re-photograph it. She often used grocery store signage, texts from scripture, newspaper clippings, song lyrics, and writings from literary greats such as Gertrude Stein, E. E. Cummings, and Albert Camus as the textual focal point of her work. In her 1966 piece Tame It's Not, she uses quotes from Winnie the Pooh, Kierkegaard, and an ad slogan for men's cologne. One of Kent’s prints, love your brother (1969), depicts photographs of Martin Luther King Jr. overlaid with her handwritten words, “The king is dead. Love your brother”. Her work has been shown in top galleries and was included in the Marc Selwyn Gallery show Did I Ever Have a Chance? The exhibition featured works by Helène Aylon, Leilah Babirye, Jenny Holzer, Otis Houston, Jr., Corita Kent, Clifford Prince King, Reverend Joyce McDonald, Lorraine O'Grady, Martha Rosler...
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1970s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Watercolor

Cartoon Signed J. M.
Located in Pasadena, CA
John Marx's drawing, rendered as a black-and-white lithograph and signed with his initials "JM" in capital letters, is a prime example of caricature, a genre characterized by exagger...
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Late 20th Century Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Lithograph

Andy Warhol In the Bottom of My Garden (hand colored lithograph)
Located in NEW YORK, NY
Andy Warhol In the Bottom of My Garden c. 1956: A double-sided hand-colored lithograph from, Andy Warhol In the Bottom of My Garden (F. & S. IV.104A-105A). Executed by Warhol circa 1956, Andy Warhol 'In the Bottom of My Garden' was a self-published artist book by Warhol featuring 16 unbound lithographs with a small number of hand-colored prints. Medium: Double-sided offset lithograph with hand-coloring in watercolor, on one sheet of wove paper, the full sheet, framed. c. 1956. Dimensions of artwork: 8.5 x 11 inches (21.6 x 27.9 cm). Framed dimensions: 18 x 16 inches. Well-preserved & in good overall vintage condition. Provenance: Philips Auctions. Literature: Frayda Feldman and Jörg Schellmann IV.104A-105A. Further Background: Before Andy Warhol gained art world stardom for his portrayals of Marilyn Monroe and Campbell’s Soup Cans, he worked as a commercial illustrator, creating dainty sketches of cats, angels, shoes, and cakes. Featuring hand-drawn outlines and pastel watercolors, Warhol’s illustrations from the 1940s and ’50s reveal a more delicate side to the larger-than-life artist. In addition to his advertising work for commercial clients, Warhol illustrated eight books during this period. _ Obsessed with celebrity, consumer culture, and mechanical reproduction, Pop Art king, Andy Warhol created some of the 20th century’s most iconic images. Warhol was widely influenced by popular & consumer culture, with this being evident in some of his most famous works: 32 Campbell's soup cans, Brillo pad box sculptures, and portraits of Marilyn Monroe & Mick Jagger, for example. Rejecting the standard painting and sculpting modes of his era, Warhol embraced silk-screen printmaking to achieve his characteristic hard edges and flat areas of color. The artist mentored Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat and continues to influence contemporary art around the world: His most bold successors include Richard Prince, Takashi Murakami, and Jeff Koons. Warhol has been the subject of exhibitions at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Museum of Modern Art, Tate Modern, and Centre Pompidou, among other institutions. Related Categories 1950s Andy Warhol. Vintage Andy Warhol. Mid century modern. Pop Art. Andy Warhol advertising...
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1960s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Paper, Lithograph, Watercolor

WILD RASPBERRIES FS IV.126-143
Located in Aventura, FL
Artist: Andy Warhol Title: Wild Raspberries FS IV.126-143 The complete book, comprising 18 offset lithographs, 3 with hand-coloring, (one of which is a double plate), printed title ...
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1950s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Lithograph, Watercolor

Original Figurative Portrait Painting by Cuban Artist Juan Carlos Vazquez Lima
Located in Brooklyn, NY
ARTIST— Juan Carlos Vazquez Lima Juan Carlos was born in Havana Cuba June 30th 1986. He Studied at Eduardo Garcia Delgado School of Art. He currently lives and works in Havana. PAI...
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2010s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Acrylic, Ballpoint Pen

Vibrant Alan Davie Scottish Colorful Surrealist British Pop Art Village Painting
Located in Surfside, FL
Alan Davie, Scotland (1920-2014). Gouache painting with watercolor 'Village Myth' Hand signed ('with love') lower left, 1982 Dimensions: with frame 37.5"H x 30.25"W; image, 28"H ...
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1980s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Paper, Watercolor, Gouache

After waking up. Daydreaming. Large graphic painting of young male nude.
Located in Firenze, IT
After waking up. Daydreaming. Large scale painting on paper. Size cm 100x70 Torsos of a young nude. Around 1980. Watercolor, colored ink, wax colors on paper. Silombria uses ...
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Late 20th Century Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Paper, Ink, Watercolor

Original Ronald Shap figure drawing, signed
Located in Columbus, OH
Original oil pastel and gouache figure painting by celebrated, twentieth-century California landscape painter, Ronald Shap. Vibrant sketch of nude woman with fetish accessories in wa...
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1980s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Oil Pastel, Gouache

The body of a slim young man. 1970s. Marco Silombria signed.
Located in Firenze, IT
The body of a slim young man. 1970s. Marco Silombria signed. Marco Silombria, Italian advertising graphic designer, artist and ceramist. charcoal and wax on paper. Signed bottom righ...
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1970s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Charcoal, Paper, Wax Crayon

Original Pastel Drawing Flowers, Wallpaper Pattern and Decoration Pop Art
Located in Surfside, FL
Joanne Seltzer was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and raised in Charleston, West Virginia. After having majored in journalism at Northwestern University (she graduated in 1963), ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Pastel, Archival Paper

BANANA (ORIGINAL DRAWING)
Located in Aventura, FL
Original colored crayons and pastel drawing on paper. Hand signed and dated on front by David Hockney. Artwork size 16.75 x 14inches. Frame size approx 27 x 24 inches. Provenance: Annely Juda Fine Art; Richard Gray Gallery. Artwork in excellent condition. All reasonable offers will be considered. About the Artist: David Hockney is one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century. Perhaps best known for his serial paintings of swimming pools, portraits of friends, and verdant landscapes, the artist’s oeuvre ranges from collaged photography and opera posters to Cubist-inspired abstractions and plein-air paintings of the English countryside. Often returning to a certain motif again and again, he probes the manifold ways one can see an image or a space. Hockney’s exploration of photography’s effect on painting and everyday life is evinced in his hallmark work A Bigger Splash (1967). “In art, new ways of seeing mean new ways of feeling; you can't divorce the two, as, we are now aware, you cannot have time without space and space without time,” he has explained. Born on July 9, 1937 in Bradford, United Kingdom, Hockney attended the Royal College of Art in London alongside R.B. Kitaj. At school, he studied under both Francis Bacon and Peter Blake, but also credits Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse for influencing his distinctive and varied style. In 1963, the artist traveled to Southern California for the first time and fell in love with the bright sunshine and easygoing lifestyle. Since then, he has alternated living and working between Yorkshire, United Kingdom, and Los Angeles, CA. In November 2018, his 1972 painting...
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1980s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Paper, Crayon, Pastel

Gilbert & George, The World of Gilbert & George - Signed Ink Wash Drawing
Located in Hamburg, DE
Gilbert & George (British, b. 1942 and 1943) The World of Gilbert & George: The Storyboard, 2001 Medium: Ink wash drawing on paper (and artist’s book) Dimensions: 20.3 x 29.2 cm (8 x...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Paper, Ink

Original (unique) signed Antiquity drawing
Located in New York, NY
Jeff Koons Original antiquity drawing, 2009 Drawing in gold marker on paper Signed and dated on the front 8 × 10 inches Unframed About Jeff Koons: I like to think that when you leav...
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Early 2000s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Paper, Permanent Marker

Original handwritten Letter of thanks, hand signed by Keith Haring on letterhead
Located in New York, NY
Keith Haring Original Handwritten, hand signed Letter, ca. 1987 Ink on Haring's Private letterhead Stationery, Hand written and hand signed by Keith...
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1980s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Paper, Ink, Permanent Marker

Snowflake Crime XIX, ACE Gallery Collection, unique signed acrylic & fabric work
Located in New York, NY
Measurements: Mat: 18.5 x 17 inches Artwork 7.75 x 7.5 inches Robert Rauschenberg 'Snowflake Crime XIX', from the ACE Gallery Collection, 1981 Solvent transfer, acrylic and fabric collage on handmade paper with deckled edges Signed and dated '81 in permanent marker on the back; bears unique artist inventory number on the back This is a UNIQUE work of art 7 3/4 × 7 1/2 inches This work is affixed on the top to its original mat, and the artist's hand signature can be seen on the verso, along with the date and artist's unique inventory number. Rauschenberg Reference No: RR-81.002 Signed and dated '81 by Robert Rauschenberg in permanent marker on the verso; bears unique inventory number Provenance: ACE Gallery art collection...
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1980s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Fabric, Acrylic, Handmade Paper, Mixed Media, Permanent Marker

Original bird drawing (hand signed and inscribed by Ronnie Cutrone) in monograph
Located in New York, NY
Ronnie Cutrone Original bird drawing (hand signed and inscribed by Ronnie Cutrone), 1990 Original signed drawing done in marker held in hardback monograph with dust jacket Boldly signed, dated and inscribed by Ronnie Cutrone on the first front end page 11 × 9 1/2 × 3/4 inches Original signed drawing done in marker held in monograph, dated and inscribed by Ronnie Cutrone on the first front end page. The inscription reads: For David & Barbara Ronnie Cutrone 90 Book information: Publisher: ‎ Martin Lawrence Limited Editions, (January 1, 1990) English; Hardcover; 46 pages with 44 color and 11 monochrome illustrations About Ronnie Cutrone: Ronnie Cutrone (July 10, 1948 – July 21, 2013) was an American pop artist known for his large-scale paintings of some of America's favorite cartoon characters, such as Felix the Cat, Pink Panther, Woody Woodpecker and No Glove No Love. Cutrone's paintings are colorful, lively, and less challenging than those of his contemporaries. As Andy Warhol's assistant at the Factory atop the Decker Building from 1972 until 1980, Cutrone worked with Warhol on paintings, prints, films, and other concepts, eventually co-opting Warhol's earliest work (pre-1960) as well as works by Roy Lichtenstein and others, until finally distilling those myriad influences into the style a few critics eventually labeled "Post-Pop." He exhibited at the Niveau Gallery in 1979 with a Scottish artist called Mike Gall who showed paintings of Snoopy, Mickey and Minnie mouse, the Pink Panther and also a small series of Peter Rabbit paintings...
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1990s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Ink, Mixed Media, Permanent Marker, Lithograph, Offset, Paper

Two hearts with hand coloring in oil stick, signed & numbered (unique variation)
Located in New York, NY
Jim Dine The Christmas Print (Burg, 26), 2001 Drypoint, direct gravure, etching over offset lithograph with hand coloring by artist in oil stick, on T.H. Saunders paper, the full she...
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Early 2000s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Offset, Etching, Drypoint, Engraving, Oil, Mixed Media, Oil Crayon

Pour Arnaud (Jimi Hendrix), Guillaume Azoulay
Located in Fairfield, CT
Artist: Guillaume Azoulay (1949) Title: Pour Arnaud (Jimi Hendrix) Year: 2004 Medium: Pigment print on archival paper Size: 24 x 21 inches Edition: 59/99, plus proofs Condition: Good...
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Early 2000s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Archival Pigment

Choice I (Monochrome-Strong influence of Church's Baroque / Renaissance art )
Located in New Orleans, LA
Radek Husak, a contemporary process-driven mixed media artist, was born in Poland in 1984. With a Master’s degree from the Royal College of Art, his practice is firmly situated in th...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Pigment, Pencil

Advertising Graphic project for FIAT by Marco Silombria. Circa 1980
Located in Firenze, IT
Car rally. Fiat factory team. Marco Silombria (Savona, 1035- Turin, 2014) Mixed media: drawing, watercolor, pencils on paper, applied to hard support Around 1980. Marco Silombria...
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1970s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Plastic, Paper, Mixed Media, Watercolor, Illustration Board, Pencil

Figurative Bull and Boy - Cuban Figurative Painter Juan Carlos Vazquez Lima
Located in Brooklyn, NY
ARTIST— Juan Carlos Vazquez Lima Juan Carlos was born in Havana Cuba June 30th 1986. He Studied at Eduardo Garcia Delgado School of Art. He currently lives and works in Havana. PAI...
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2010s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Acrylic, Ballpoint Pen

Minimalist Figurative Drawing by Cuban artist Juan Carlos Vazquez Lima
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Minimalist Figurative Drawing by Cuban artist Juan Carlos Vazquez Lima Juan Carlos was born in Havana Cuba June 30th 1986. He Studied at Eduardo Garcia Delgado School of Art. He cur...
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2010s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Acrylic, Ballpoint Pen

Mirrored XXXIII (muse of the 21st century – a neo-romantic young and lithe man.)
Located in New Orleans, LA
Rad Husak, a contemporary process-driven mixed media artist, was born in Poland in 1984. With a Master’s degree from the Royal College of Art, his practice is firmly situated in the ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Pencil, Pigment

Unique, original hand Signed, dated Antiquity Drawing held in monograph Pop Art
Located in New York, NY
Jeff Koons Untitled (Antiquity Drawing), 2009 Unique original drawing done in silver marker on the first front end page of Koons iconic monograph "Hulk Elvis". (Hand signed and dated...
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Early 2000s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Paper, Mixed Media, Permanent Marker, Lithograph, Offset, Board

Banana Drawing, Drawing, Pencil/Colored Pencil on Paper
Located in Yardley, PA
This is a unique hand-drawn work on paper representing a banana. Bold in its composition, the artwork is executed in yellow, subtle greens, and blues. :: Drawing :: Pop-Art :: This p...
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2010s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Pencil

Portrait of Jean-Michel Basquiat: Monotype (unique work, hand signed twice)
Located in New York, NY
Richard Corman Portrait of Jean-Michel Basquiat: Monotype (hand signed twice by Richard Corman), 2015 Silkscreen monotype on 320 gram Coventry Rag paper with deckled edges Signed twi...
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2010s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Screen, Monotype, Felt Pen, Mixed Media

Untitled (Time)
Located in Roma, RM
Alighiero Boetti (Turin 1940 - Rome 1994), Untitled (Time) (1985) Mixed media on paper 70 x 50 cm signed in the bottom center, also at the bottom is an openwork inscription I vedent...
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Late 20th Century Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Mixed Media, Felt Pen, Pencil

Love You (unique signed watercolor on paper)
Located in New York, NY
Sister Mary Corita Kent Love You, ca. 1975 Original signed watercolor painting on paper Signed in graphite pencil on the recto Floated and framed in white wood frame This is a unique...
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1970s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Watercolor

A Duck to Remember your House (inscribed and signed 3x by Slonem to Warhol muse)
Located in New York, NY
Superb provenance: gifted by Hunt Slonem to Andy Warhol muse Monique Van Vooren Hunt Slonem A Duck to Remember Your House By (inscribed and signed three times to Andy Warhol's friend Monique Van Vooren), 1991-2011 Watercolor on Paper Hand signed and dated recto, signed again verso; inscribed "Monique, a duck to remember your house by.Thank you for the birthday Love Hunt 2011" Unique work Frame included: held in the original artist's vintage wood frame Measurements: Framed: 12.5" x 10.5" x .5" Unframed 9.75" x 8" This work is hand signed three times by Hunt Slonem: once on the recto, once on the verso, and once following the written inscription. Provenance is impeccable as this cherished gift from Hunt Slonem was acquired from the estate of the actress and socialite Monique Van Vooren. The work was painted in 1991 (and dated 1991 on the recto), and was gifted by the artist to Monique in 2011, bearing a dated dedication verso. Monique Van Vooren (1927-2020) was a film and stage actress who enjoyed a long career with diverse roles ranging from the 1960s television series Batman to Andy Warhol’s Frankenstein...
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1990s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Watercolor

Untitled, 1982 (Cannibal)
Located in Greenwich, CT
Untitled, 1982 is a sumi ink on paper, 38.25 x 50" image size, signed and dated verso 'SEPT.21 - 82 + K. Haring' and framed in a custom, gold-leaf frame. Haring’s image of a man-eating monster is partly influenced by the artist Hieronymus Bosch as Haring often cited Bosch’s The Garden of Earthly...
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1980s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Paper, Sumi Ink

Unique drawing on Tony Shafrazi poster, signed & inscribed to Warhol's boyfriend
Located in New York, NY
Kenny Scharf Original drawing on Tony Shafrazi poster, signed and inscribed to Andy Warhol's last boyfriend Jon Gould, 1984 Permanent marker drawing on Kenny Scharf Tony Shafrazi Gallery exhibition poster (hand signed and inscribed by Kenny Scharf) Boldly signed and inscribed to Andy Warhol's last boyfriend Jon Gould Frame included: Framed in a museum quality wood frame with UV plexiglass. Measurements: Frame: 35 x 28.5 x 1.5 inches Print 28.25 x 22 inches Own a piece of Pop Art history! This is a unique drawing hand signed and inscribed by Kenny Scharf, done on a vintage collectible 1984 poster from the legendary Tony Shafrazi Gallery. If you saw "The Andy Warhol Diaries" on Netflix, you'd know about Warhol's relationship with Jon Gould - Andy's last boyfriend; tragically, Warhol would become Gould's last boyfriend as well, when, soon after, Gould would die of AIDS at the young age of 33 Kenny Scharf created an original drawing, done in marker, and inscribed it to Jon Gould (featured prominently in Andy Warhol's Diaries and the eponymous Netflix series) - and it had not been seen since the 1980s. Jon Gould was a New England educated former Vice President of Corporate Communications at Paramount Pictures - a Boston Brahmin whose real claim to fame was as Andy Warhol's last boyfriend. This work was acquired from the widely publicized sale of the collection of Jon Gould - -a treasure trove of valuable gifts and art works by Warhol and others like Kenny Scharf, Basquiat and Keith Haring to Gould - that had not been seen in nearly four decades. This is one of the works from that impressive sale. Below are links to two of the many articles about the collection of Jon Gould in the New York Times, Artnet News and the New York Post respectively. About Kenny Scharf: Kenny Scharf (b. 1958, United States) is a renowned artist affiliated with the 1980’s East Village Art movement in New York. Scharf developed a distinct and uniquely personal artistic style in paintings as well as sculpture, alongside his mentor Andy Warhol, and contemporaries like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring with whom he pioneered contemporary street art. References to popular culture reoccur throughout his works, such as appropriated cartoon characters from the Flintstones and Jetsons, as well as imagined anthropomorphic creatures. Through ecstatic compositions and a dazzling color palette, Scharf presents an immersive viewing experience that is both intimate and fresh. Scharf’s multifaceted practice—spanning painting, sculpture, installation work, murals, performance and fashion—reflects his dedication to the creation of dynamic forms of art that deconstruct existing artistic hierarchies, echoing the philosophy of Pop artists. Yet Scharf’s artistic significance expands beyond the art historical terrain of Pop Art; the artist instead coined the term “Pop Surrealist” to describe his one-of-a-kind practice. His inclusion in the 1985 Whitney Biennial marked the start of his international phenomenon, a reputation that continues to thrive today. Courtesy of Almine Rech MORE ABOUT JON GOULD: Warhol wrote extensively on Jon Gould in his diaries. In July, 2022, when the Netflix series "The Andy Warhols Diaries" came out, the New York Post (among many other publications) ran a major feature article on Warhol's relationship with Gould and on this very sale: It reads, "When Harriet Woodsom Gould died in 2016 in her nineties, she left behind a trove of family heirlooms dating back to the 1700s in her Amesbury, Mass., home. Yet in her attic, she had a secret veritable shrine to pop art. There, she had stashed her late son Jon Gould’s belongings for decades since his death in 1986 from AIDS. He had vases painted by Jean-Michel Basquiat, works by Keith Haring and dozens and dozens of gifts — photos, valentines, sketches, letters and more — from pop god Andy Warhol. “My mother kept everything,” Jon’s twin brother, Jay Gould, told The Post. Jay knew his brother “had some type of relationship” with Warhol in the 1980s, though Jon always remained discreet about it. “We were very close, identical twins, but we never talked a lot about his sexuality,” Jay, now 68, explained. “It was a different time.” Yet, he was still stunned to read the poetry and love notes Jon wrote to the older artist. “I didn’t realize the relationship was as deep as it was.” Actually, no one really knew. Gould was Warhol’s last romance, a young Paramount executive with floppy hair and preppy good looks who died tragically at 33. And though Warhol frequently mentioned him in his famed diaries, published posthumously in 1989, the artist’s dashed-off musings gave the impression that Jon was more of a crush than a genuine partner...Gould didn’t so much enter into Warhol’s life as Warhol willed him into it. It was April 1981, and Warhol, then 52, was still reeling from his breakup with Jed Johnson... Jed left that December, and that spring Warhol confessed to feeling lonely: “I’ve got these desperate feelings that nothing means anything. And then I decide that I should try to fall in love, and that’s what I’m doing now with Jon Gould.” Gould was a 26-year-old Paramount exec: a New England WASP with a lithe, strong physique and charismatic personality, who looked straight. Warhol reasoned: “Jon is a good person to be in love with because he has his own career, and I can develop movie ideas with him, you know? And maybe he can even convince Paramount to advertise in Interview, too. Right? So my crush on him will be good for business.” Warhol began courting Gould with a vengeance, sending extravagant bouquets of roses to his office at Paramount. He even offered their mutual friend, the photographer Christopher Makos, a fancy watch if he could get Gould to be his boyfriend. “I guess he never got loved,” Makos says in the series. “Because I didn’t get my watch.” (Jay Gould also tells the camera that his brother had admitted that he was in a relationship but that he said they didn’t have sex.) At first, Gould resisted Warhol’s attention, but eventually the two began spending a lot of time together, though Gould would frequently pull away if things got too intense, and he often would tell Warhol not to write about him in his diary. “I think my brother was concerned about his career at that time,” Jay Gould said. But the younger man attended parties and art events with him, invited the artist skiing with his family in Aspen and even for a time moved into his place on 66th Street. “I love going out with Jon because it’s like being on a real date,” Warhol wrote early in their relationship. “He’s tall and strong and I feel like he can take care of me.” Yet it turned out that Warhol would have to take care of Gould. On Feb. 4, 1984, Jon was admitted to New York Hospital with pneumonia — though it was understood that he had AIDS. Warhol stayed with him in the hospital every night for the 30 days he was there, despite his fear of hospitals since getting shot and his fear of getting AIDS. (Warhol couldn’t bring himself to talk about Gould’s illness in the diary, but his editor notes that when Gould was released March 7, Warhol instructed his housekeepers to wash Jon’s clothes and dishes “separate from mine.”). Around 1985, Warhol began working on his massive series of 100 works based on Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper...
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1980s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Permanent Marker, Lithograph, Offset

Fernando Natalici Area Nightclub: 1983-1987 (collection of 16 works)
Located in NEW YORK, NY
Fernando Natalici Area Nightclub 1983-1987: A collection of 16 hand-colored silver gelatin photographs spanning the history of the seminal 1980s New York nightclub known as "Area". These rare images were captured by Fernando Natalici - a noted downtown art scene photographer who is also famous for designing the majority of Area's party invites during this period. These works were exhibited at Area circa 1986 as part of show curated by Serge Becker (featured in image 4) - a key Area figurehead. A much historical & highly decorative assemblage of Area regulars defining the club's historic & vibrant scene. Further details: Medium: A collection of 16 individual hand-colored silver gelatin photographs mounted on illustration board. Overall Dimensions (applies to each individual work): 16x20 inches. Condition: Good overall vintage condition. Some scattered surface markings to margin areas. Each hand-signed on the reverse by Natalici and unique. Provenance: Obtained directly from artist. Literature/References: Area: 1983-1987 by Eric Goode Jennifer Goode (pub. by Abrams 2013). New York Magazine 2013: "It Was the Hottest Club in Town." Area: A brief history (New York Magazine 11/1/13): "Influenced equally by sixties-era happenings and the gonzo childhoods of its proprietors, Area opened its doors in 1983. The club, unlike any that came before it, underwent a painstaking transformation roughly every six weeks, with themes like Confinement, Suburbia, and Science Fiction that incorporated elaborate art installations with taxidermied bears...
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1980s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Silver Gelatin, Wax Crayon, Oil Crayon

Untitled (Rose) Unique original signed graphite drawing from MOCA Detroit Framed
Located in New York, NY
Donald Baechler Untitled (Rose), 2015 Original Graphite drawing on archival bond paper. Framed, with museum provenance Signed and dated in graphite pencil on the front Provenance: Do...
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2010s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Graphite, Charcoal, Pencil

Seated Man, Peter Max
Located in Fairfield, CT
Artist: Peter Max (1937) Title: Seated Man Year: 1980 Medium: Ink on archival paper Size: 9 x 11.5 inches Condition: Excellent Inscription: Signed by the artist PETER MAX (1937- ) P...
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1980s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Ink

Lady Profile, Peter Max
Located in Fairfield, CT
Artist: Peter Max (1937) Title: Umbrella Man Year: 1997 Medium: Ink on archival paper Size: 13 x 14 inches Condition: Excellent Inscription: Signed by the artist PETER MAX (1937- ) ...
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1990s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Ink

Original Figurative Portrait Painting by Cuban Artist Juan Carlos Vazquez Lima
Located in Brooklyn, NY
ARTIST— Juan Carlos Vazquez Lima Juan Carlos was born in Havana Cuba June 30th 1986. He Studied at Eduardo Garcia Delgado School of Art. He currently lives and works in Havana. PAI...
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2010s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Ballpoint Pen, Acrylic

Flower in a Chalice
Located in London, GB
This is a unique pencil drawing by the artist Andy Warhol. It was realised circa 1974. It is stamped twice by the estate of Andy Warhol and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, verso. It is also initialed 'VF' by Vincent Fremont of the Andy Warhol Foundation and inscribed with the identification number"RO-28.13", verso. Provenance: Estate of Andy Warhol. The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, New York. Susan Sheehan Gallery...
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1970s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Pencil

Unique signed flower drawing on Michael Jackson & Bubbles poster from SFMOMA
Located in New York, NY
JEFF KOONS Original Flower drawing on Michael Jackson and Bubbles poster (Hand Signed), 1992 Drawing done in marker on offset lithograph 25 × 39 inches Hand signed and dated '92 in b...
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1990s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Felt Pen, Permanent Marker, Offset

Keith Haring Drawing 1983 (Keith World Tour hat)
Located in NEW YORK, NY
1983 Keith Haring Dancing Figures drawing on Keith Haring World Tour hat: A rare, historic Keith Haring collectible featuring a sharply executed black mar...
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1980s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Cotton, Ink

Turkey Dracula mixed media lithograph and watercolor by California Pop legend
Located in New York, NY
Billy Al Bengston Turkey Dracula, 1973 Color lithograph with hand coloring and watercolor (unique variant) on Lanaquaralle paper with deckled edges Hand signed and numbered A.P. #6, aside from the regular edition of 24 on the front, with the printer's blind stamp Frame Included: held in original vintage frame Mixed media Lithograph with hand coloring in watercolor (unique variant) Hand signed and numbered A.P. #6 (of 10), aside from the regular edition of 24 on the front, with the printer's blind stamp (Flower) Publisher: Published by Brooke Alexander, Inc. (New York) Printer: Printed by Ed Hamilton (American, born 1941) at Cirrus Editions, Los Angeles (with blind stamp) Measurements: Frame: 25.25 x 25.25 inches Print: 23 x 23 inches About Billy Al Bengston: Billy Al Bengston (b. 1934, Dodge City, Kansas, d. 2022, Venice Beach) moved to Los Angeles with his family in 1948. He studied painting under Richard Diebenkorn at California College of Arts, Oakland, California. In 1957, Bengston began showing with the legendary Ferus Gallery (founded and run by Walter Hopps...
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1970s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Watercolor, Lithograph, Mixed Media

Original Figurative Portrait Painting by Cuban Artist Juan Carlos Vazquez Lima
Located in Brooklyn, NY
ARTIST— Juan Carlos Vazquez Lima Juan Carlos was born in Havana Cuba June 30th 1986. He Studied at Eduardo Garcia Delgado School of Art. He currently lives and works in Havana. PAI...
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2010s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Ballpoint Pen, Acrylic

Original hand signed Flower Drawing on limited edition skateboard
Located in New York, NY
Takashi Murakami Original hand signed Flower Drawing on limited edition skateboard, 2017 Unique Flower Drawing in Marker on skateboard. Signed by Murakami Flower drawing done in marker and boldly signed by Murakami 31 × 8 × 1/4 inches The skate deck was issued unsigned, but this one was, exceptionally hand signed with a flower drawing by Murakami at Complexcon in 2017. Note measurements of 31 x 8 inches apply to each skate deck. This limited edition Murakami skate deck was created and sold exclusively at the 2017 Complexcon convention and is already considered a collectors' item. About Takashi Murakami: We want to see the newest things. That is because we want to see the future, even if only momentarily. It is the moment in which, even if we don’t completely understand what we have glimpsed, we are nonetheless touched by it. This is what we have come to call art. —Takashi Murakami Drawing from traditional Japanese painting, sci-fi, anime, and the global art market, Takashi Murakami creates paintings, sculptures, and films populated by repeated motifs and mutating characters of his own creation. His wide-ranging work embodies an intersection of pop culture, history, and fine art. Murakami earned a BA, MFA, and PhD from Tokyo University of the Arts, where he studied nihonga (traditional Japanese painting). In 1996 he established the Hiropon Factory, a studio/workshop that in subsequent years grew into an art production and artist management company, now known as Kaikai Kiki Co. Ltd. Since the early 1990s Murakami has invented characters that combine aspects of popular cartoons from Japan, Europe, and the US—from his first Mr. DOB, who sometimes serves as a stand-in for the artist himself, to various anime characters and smiling flowers, bears, and lions. These figures act as icons and symbols—hosts for more complex themes of violence, technology, and fantasy. In 2000 Murakami curated Superflat, an exhibition featuring works by artists whose techniques and mediums synthesize various aspects of Japanese visual culture, from ukiyo-e (woodblock prints of the Edo period) to anime and kawaii (a particular cuteness in cartoons, handwriting, products, and more). With this exhibition, Murakami advanced his Superflat theory of art, which highlights the “flatness” of Japanese visual culture from traditional painting to contemporary subcultures in the context of World War II and its aftermath. Murakami’s work extends to mass-produced items such as toys, key chains, and t-shirts. In 2002 he began a multiyear collaboration with Marc Jacobs on the redesign of the Louis Vuitton monogram. Murakami then took the radical step of directly incorporating the Vuitton monograms and patterns into his paintings and sculptures. While Murakami’s imagery may appear to present unprecedented characters and forms, many contain explicit art historical references, and some are even direct contemporary updates on traditional Japanese works. In 2009 Murakami and the esteemed art historian Nobuo Tsuji began a creative dialogue centered on a group of Japanese artists known as the Edo eccentrics. This collaboration led to an exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston in 2017, for which Murakami and Tsuji selected Japanese works from the museum’s collection and showed them alongside works by Murakami. The latter included Dragon in Clouds—Red Mutation: The version I painted myself in annoyance after Professor Nobuo Tsuji told me, “Why don’t you paint something yourself for once?” (2010), a red monochrome version of the famous eighteenth-century painting Dragon and Clouds by Soga Shōhaku...
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2010s Pop Art Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

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Screen, Permanent Marker, Mixed Media, Wood

Pop Art drawings and watercolor paintings for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Pop Art drawings and watercolor paintings available for sale on 1stDibs. Works in this style were very popular during the 21st Century and Contemporary, but contemporary artists have continued to produce works inspired by this movement. If you’re looking to add drawings and watercolor paintings created in this style to introduce contrast in an otherwise neutral space in your home, the works available on 1stDibs include elements of blue, orange, purple, pink and other colors. Many Pop art paintings were created by popular artists on 1stDibs, including Andy Warhol, Keith Carrington, Guillaume Cornet, and Sergio Lazo. Frequently made by artists working with Paint, and Watercolor and other materials, all of these pieces for sale are unique and have attracted attention over the years. Not every interior allows for large Pop Art drawings and watercolor paintings, so small editions measuring 4.5 inches across are also available. Prices for drawings and watercolor paintings made by famous or emerging artists can differ depending on medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $124 and tops out at $1,595,000, while the average work sells for $1,628.

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