Tom Wesselmann


American

1931 – 2004

Tom Wesselmann, considered by art historians as one of the five most important pop artists including Warhol, Lichtenstein, Rosenquist and Oldenburg, is most famous for his series of one hundred Great American Nude paintings of the 1960s. Celebrated for his pop interpretation of female nudes, interior spaces and still lives, his oil paintings fetch millions at auction and his works are on display at MoMA, New York and in museum collections internationally.

Nude and Mirror

Dimensions: 57.99 x 65.98 in

Medium: Screenprint


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Bedroom Blonde Doodle with Photo

Dimensions: 57.99 x 57.75 in

Medium: Screenprint


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Monica Nude with Cezanne

Dimensions: 40.69 x 57.24 in

Medium: Screenprint


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Cynthia in the Bedroom

Dimensions: 33 x 36.25 in

Medium: Screenprint


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Mixed Bouquet with Leger

Dimensions: 54.48 x 51.10 in

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Monica Sitting with Mondrian

Dimensions: 51 x 37 in

Medium: Screenprint


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Nude with Rose

Dimensions: 21.7 x 29.5 in

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Study for sunset nude with floral blanket

Dimensions: 3 x 4 in

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Nude with bouquet and stockings

Dimensions: 44.5 x 80 in

Medium: Screenprint


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Bedroom face with Lichtenstein

Dimensions: 35 x 42 in

Medium: Silkscreen


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Lulu

Dimensions: 22 x 30 in

Medium: Lithograph on Japon paper


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