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Love is all, Onemizer

Love is all


Painting - 200 x 200 x 3 cm


Spider-man, Onemizer



Painting - 150 x 150 x 3 cm


Les dessous du showbiz, Onemizer

Les dessous du showbiz


Painting - 65 x 65 x 5 cm


Cha team, Chanoir

Cha team


Painting - 99 x 140 x 3 cm


Blue dolphin ( a tribute to Haring), OneFake

Blue dolphin ( a tribute to Haring)


Painting - 30 x 40 x 0.3 cm

€249 €150

La panthère rose, Dezache

La panthère rose


Painting - 30 x 30 x 1 cm


Spray Mask, Gregos

Spray Mask


Painting - 30 x 30 x 6 cm


Darth Vader, Tarek

Darth Vader


Painting - 65 x 54 x 2 cm


Giaco vs Donald Duck, Shem

Giaco vs Donald Duck


Painting - 100 x 80 x 2 cm


Family Wedding, Ciscø

Family Wedding


Painting - 10 x 18 x 0.1 cm


Rockstar van skull, Jisbar

Rockstar van skull


Painting - 130 x 97 cm


Street Heart, Aiiroh

Street Heart


Painting - 75 x 75 x 1 cm


Daenerys (game of thrones), Dr. Slice

Daenerys (game of thrones)

Dr. Slice

Painting - 61 x 50 x 1 cm


Since We Were Kids 2, King Redd

Since We Were Kids 2

King Redd

Painting - 76.2 x 76.2 x 2.5 cm


Abstract 1  (artist print), Todd Koelmel

Abstract 1 (artist print)

Todd Koelmel

Painting - 61 x 91.4 x 5.1 cm


Style break #3 outside the box, Dominik Rutz

Style break #3 outside the box

Dominik Rutz

Painting - 70 x 50 x 4 cm


Barbouilleuse, Arsen



Painting - 34 x 20 x 2 cm


L'Odyssée du Donut 1, Shokkobo

L'Odyssée du Donut 1


Painting - 71 x 50 x 2.5 cm


Fantasy Jeju Island, Chunja Riding a Surf, Shin Seung-Hun

Fantasy Jeju Island, Chunja Riding a Surf

Shin Seung-Hun

Painting - 20 x 20 x 3 cm


Trendy Man - Karl Lagerfeld Tribute, Simone De Rosa

Trendy Man - Karl Lagerfeld Tribute

Simone De Rosa

Painting - 100 x 100 x 1.7 cm


Betty Boop (plan des transports de Paris), Fat

Betty Boop (plan des transports de Paris)


Painting - 55 x 82 x 0.2 cm


Dubai, Nobless



Painting - 64 x 115 x 3 cm


BX-Paris N-Y, Rico Sab

BX-Paris N-Y

Rico Sab

Painting - 100 x 100 x 2.5 cm


Hope, Vidiz



Painting - 41 x 41 x 4 cm


Fridark Vador, B.AX

Fridark Vador


Painting - 80 x 60 cm


Le Big, Manima

Le Big


Painting - 60 x 120 x 3 cm


Marilyn Pop CodeBarre, Elmago

Marilyn Pop CodeBarre


Painting - 60 x 60 x 4 cm


Rumeur n°840 - Personne au bout du fil, Keymi

Rumeur n°840 - Personne au bout du fil


Painting - 64 x 54 x 4 cm


Contrepoint - Franz Lizst, Erró

Contrepoint - Franz Lizst


Painting - 162 x 97 x 3 cm


La course folle, Tess

La course folle


Painting - 80 x 120 x 3 cm

€650 €585

Pepsi, Joseph



Painting - 90 x 130 x 5 cm


Les lendemains qui chantent, Freddo Sacaro

Les lendemains qui chantent

Freddo Sacaro

Painting - 89 x 120 x 2 cm


70's Banksy Chose Your Weapons, Ziegler T

70's Banksy Chose Your Weapons

Ziegler T

Painting - 38 x 56 cm


Tribute to the 80s' - Movies, Rachid Lotf

Tribute to the 80s' - Movies

Rachid Lotf

Painting - 90 x 60 cm


Scrugge Daddy, ODart

Scrugge Daddy


Painting - 80 x 80 x 3 cm


Blonde mind, Kami.h

Blonde mind


Painting - 21 x 51 x 3 cm


Snoopy - Buy it., Fringe

Snoopy - Buy it.


Painting - 100 x 100 x 3 cm


Time is Money, Unik

Time is Money


Painting - 112 x 112 x 0.5 cm


Washington Redskins, Botero Pop

Washington Redskins

Botero Pop

Painting - 20.3 x 30.5 x 0.3 cm


#HashtagSelfie, Erni Vales


Erni Vales

Painting - 91.5 x 122 x 3 cm


La jeune fille à la perle, Ravi

La jeune fille à la perle


Painting - 29 x 29 x 2 cm


Realskinn, Skio



Painting - 130 x 130 cm


Heart 3D 1, He-art

Heart 3D 1


Painting - 30 x 30 x 4 cm


Luuux, Onizbar



Painting - 100 x 73 x 2.5 cm


Speed racer, Ktano

Speed racer


Painting - 45.72 x 60.96 x 1 cm


La magie de Mickey, Théo MHS

La magie de Mickey

Théo MHS

Painting - 100 x 100 x 2.5 cm


Wonder Woman, Yen'P

Wonder Woman


Painting - 120 x 45.5 x 4 cm


Pop Art Painting for Sale

Pop Art comes from the term “popular art" and refers to the art movement that first appeared in the UK during the 1950s, before spreading across the world. Pop Art has not only influenced the visual arts (collage, sculpture...) but has also had an impact on music and fashion

Among the many technological revolutions that have touched the history of painting, one of the most significant is certainly acrylic painting, a paint made from a combination of pigments, resin and turpentine. In comparison with traditional oil paint, acrylic has numerous advantages: it dries incredibly quickly, doesn't need varnish and is highly durable. Several Pop Art artists preferred using this more modern paint.

The popularization of silk screen printing, a stencil printing technique, also contributed to Pop Art's success. Examples of American Pop Art are often printed in series (using silk screens or other techniques) and created using a range of innovative industrial processes. These innovations were initially largely discredited and even subject to scorn until two key figures of the Pop Art movement emerged and helped promote these techniques.

Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein were among the pioneers to openly express their preference for these new methods. By appropriating these techniques, which had once been exclusively used in an industrial context, the two major Pop Art figures revolutionized the art world. Contemporary painting had been popularized since and an artwork's value is no longer measured by its rarity or by the subject depicted.

American Pop Art turned its back on a long artistic tradition and paved the way for post-modern contemporary art, taking everyday objects from mass culture as its subjects (Campbell's soup, Coca-Cola). Subjects were intentionally chosen because they were banal, popular and ordinary.

To reinforce the movement's drastic break from the fine arts and its traditional subject matter, artists worked with a bright color palette, essentially using primary colors: red, yellow and blue. The use of vivid colors can be found in dozens, if not hundreds of kitsch Pop Art paintings.

The movement was critical of consumer society and often ironically used famous figures from popular culture - Marilyn Monroe, Mick Jagger, Mickey Mouse, Audrey Hepburn - to convey their criticism. These illustrations, which are reminiscent of advertisements or comic strips, are characterized by their use of very simple lines and minimalist details.

The desire to desacralize art is also reminiscent of the ideas of Dada or Marcel Duchamp's avant-gardism. However, for American and British Pop Art, their main goal was to ensure that culture was made accessible to the largest number of people possible. The Pop style made its mark very quickly and simultaneously created a new style of painting. Pop Art's philosophy emphasizes the power of images, the industrialized consumer society's new fetish. Nonetheless, from the 1970s onwards, many of the movement's artists decided to abandon Pop Art for other protest art movements.

On Artsper you can explore a range of Pop Art paintings from both well-known contemporary Pop Art artists as well as emerging artists. Some of the greatest painters of Pop Art include: James Rosenquist, David Salle, Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselman, and David Hockney.

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What is Pop Art in simple terms?

Pop Art is a type of art in which everyday objects, like food items, road signs or comic strips, are depicted in art. 

What are the characteristics of Pop Art?

Pop Art often uses repeated images to mimic mass production, as well as commercial techniques like printing. It often features bright, saturated colors and images from pupolar culture or everyday contemporary life. 

What is an example of Pop Art?

One of the most famous examples of Pop Art is Andy Warhol's Campbell Soup Cans, which he created in 1962. The work included 32 posters that each depicted a can of Campbell's soup, highlighting modern consumerism and challenging the definition of what makes "real art".