Romero Britto:
Porcelain Sculpture "Tonight"


Romero Britto:
Porcelain Sculpture "Tonight"

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Limited, 199 copies | Certificate | Porcelain + wood | Format 68 x 35 x 28 cm (H/W/D) | Weight 12.6 kg

Romero Britto: Porcelain Sculpture "Tonight"

Bright colors and meaningful patterns as a symbol of hope and happiness. Clinging pair made of porcelain, presented on a wooden base. Limited to 199 copies. With certificate. The size 68 x 35 x 28 cm (H/W/D). Weight 12.6 kg.

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Romero Britto: always sunny in the heart.

With its multi-colored cheerful pictures and sculptures the Brazilian artist, born in 1963, filled the lives of many of his collectors with joy and hope. Celebrities such as Steffi Graf and Andre Agassi may be included in the list of Romero Britto’s customers, as well as actors and the Kennedy clan or Barack Obama. No wonder, that the works of the pop art artist are directly connected with the pioneers of this style, like Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol.

Pop art developed in the early 60s as a counterpoint to the abstract expressionism of the postwar period and made use of elements of everyday life and the simple language of comics. The everyday life objects are collected into artworks.

With black-framed color surfaces Romero Britto stylized image subjects to precise figures which live without illusion of depth or plasticity by its colourfulness and direct appeal to the emotions of the viewer. He designed color surfaces with geometrical patterns such as lines, circles and hatchings. So they retained the characteristics of a comic strip and told every viewer phantastic stories.

Today Britto’s works are sold for more than EUR 10,000.

(This video is special collaboration work with Britto and LG Electronics)

Designation for an art object (sculpture, installation), which is produced according to the will of the artist in multiple copies in a limited and numbered edition.

Artist's multiple contributed to "democratization" of art as the work was made available and affordable for a wider audience.

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