A SELECTION OF ARTIST BREAKS
Why Oh Why
Monsieur Monet hoping to make a great first impressionism for his friends wh
Cezanne's New Tan. 66 x 54 cm
Rothko Disco, No No. 37 x 32 cm
Camille Pissarro happy with himself and his 'Avenue de L'Opera, effet de nei
Peekasso. 128 x 102 cm
Frida Kahlo's Eyebrows. all 11 x 10 cm
With condiments from Mr. Pollock. (For God's sake, Jackon! Please try and ke
Vincent van Cogh Sneeze. 39 x 32 cm
Oh dear. Willem's de Mooning....again. 25 x 19 cm.jpg
A maasdam fromage to Piet Mondrian's 'Composite No. IV, Met Rood, Blauw En G
Cyclops Twombly. 19 x 15 cm
Damien Wirst for wear. 42 x 29 cm
Andy Normhol. 35 x 29 cm
Frida's car low because Diego's having a nap on the backseat. 29 x 33 cm.jpg
Rauschbatternberg. 21 x 16 cm
David Cockney. 42 x 29 cm
2. Monet's Modesty. 27 x 22 cm. e.jpg
Freud, Annoyed. 'You Put Soy? Goddamn Soy In My Coffee? Christ Alive,' He Barked
Senor Picasso unimpressed with Vincent's painting of the Arles orchards. He'
Dan Jamieson is an artist based in London. His portraits of icons in contemporary culture peel back the layers of celebrity to reveal a humorous observation of their character.
His artistic style adopts a blend of naivety, accuracy, repetitive patterns and frenetic mark making. The works often incorporate a narrative commentary in text, gently puncturing the bubble of celebrity.