126670 That Was the Man That Was. That Was the Man That Was. That Was the Man That Was.

That Was the Man That Was.

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Postage stamp collage of Sir David Frost who was the host and creator of 'That Was The Week That Was'(TWTWTW) the initials of which are subtly part of the design on the extreme left hand side. He was founder of two television stations, a film producer and author of fifteen books and an agenda-setting political interviewer. It was his candid conversations with the then disgraced Richard Nixon, (referred to on the inner left of the portrait), which cemented his own reputation. He was the only person to have interviewed the last six Presidents of the United States and the last eight British Prime Ministers.
W 48.00" x H 36.00"
W 121.92 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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