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Cornel Brudascu Guitarist (mini print)

by Cornel Brudascu
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item code: 17385

This work uses block colours and popular references often found in pop art, but departs from this style in the use of blurred edges. Artist Cornel Brudaşcu was born in 1937 and is one of the few Romanian artists associated with pop art.

25 x 35.6 cm. Size includes a white border around the image.

  • Exhibition The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop
  • Material Matt art paper 250gsm
  • Artist Cornel Brudascu
  • Dimensions 25 x 35.6 cm
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