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Square and Circles by Barbara Hepworth

In 1926, she settled in London. Between 1929-39, she lived in Hampstead; from 1931, she worked with Ben Nicholson. 1931โ€”35, was a member of the Seven by Five Society, London. In 1933, she became a member of Abstraction-Crรฉation, Paris; Read More →

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Roy Lichtenstein featured image

He was a crucial figure in the new art movement in the 1960s, alongside Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns, and James Rosenquist. Through parody, his work defined the notion of pop art. Inspired by the comic strip, Lichtenstein created exact compositions that documented while parodying, frequently in a humorous way.Read More →

Drowning Girl featured image

The picture has been called a โ€œmasterpiece of melodrama,โ€ It is one of the artistโ€™s earliest depictions of women in sad situations, a theme he returned to frequently in the mid-1960s. Read More →

Audrey Hepburn Bubble Gum poster (1)

A perfect choice for home decor, guest room decorations, cabinet, hotel decorations or other indoor decors, a great gift idea for Christmas, Holidays, Birthday Wedding and another occasion gift to your family and friends.Read More →

Minimalist prints featured art

Minimalist prints teach us to appreciate “less.” According to experts, minimalist living offers benefits such as peace of mind, increased concentration, increased imagination, and more space for what matters most.Read More →