263364 Angel Angel Angel
263364

Angel

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A Used Postage Stamp Image This picture of an angel is created from approximately 3000 used postage stamps and black paint. Facial features and hands playing the harp are painted with artist’s quality fine acrylics. It is varnished plus UV protection but must not be hung in direct sunlight. The Angel design is based on a detail from a stained glass window originally produced for Salisbury Cathedral. The original image was designed by Burne-Jones and manufactured in the studios of William Morris in 1902. Though not members of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood they were both important to the Pre-Raphaelite movement, often sentimental and usually classical. The strong black outlines of the manufactured lead necessary to secure individual pieces of coloured glass in the original window, lend themselves to the thick outlines of Pop Art.
W 36.00" x H 36.00"
W 91.44 cm x H 91.44 cm
Quality deep edge box canvas
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About the Artist

Peter R. Mason is the Post Pop Art Man and creates images using recycled postage stamps. He is inspired by the Pop Art movement and particularly admires the works of Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol. He is able to fulfil commissions for artworks either working to a client’s specification or repro...

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