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Wrestlers Box Set

Artwork size: 29 x 39
Image size: 20.7 x 29.7
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‘Wrestlers - Box Set’ is a Silkscreen Print series by acclaimed British artist Peter Blake. From a limited edition of 50 the set is signed and numbered by the artist.

Godfather of British pop art, Sir Peter Blake, is one of the twentieth-century’s most prolific modern artists. Employing an astonishing array of styles and techniques, Blake’s work is nothing short of iconic: from the famous ‘Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ album cover - a meticulous collage of cult characters - to his compelling oil painting ‘Self Portrait With Badges’, Blake has developed a well-established and well-loved style over the last half a century.

His recent ‘Wrestlers’ series follows the thread that his woven its way throughout his oeuvre: depicting wrestlers through a combination of the fictional and the real, Blake transforms celebrity faces into wrestling champions, rendered beyond recognition in his distinctive, painterly style.

The ‘Wrestlers - Box Set’ features 10 Silkscreen Prints, each depicting a profile image - complete with title and national flag - of Blake’s imagined wrestling champs. Brilliantly iconic, ‘Wrestlers - Box Set’ brings Blake’s early Pop styles into the twenty-first century with unwavering success.

About The Artist - Peter Blake

Sir Peter Blake is one of the leading figures in the art world, often referred to as the Godfather of British Pop Art. Best known for the iconic album cover he produced for the Beatles 'Sergeant Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band', Blake's work is inspired by his love affair with icons and the ephemera of popular culture.

He is continuing to produce a prolific output of work from his studio in west London maintaining his reputation and popularity with every artistic piece he creates. Peter Blake was born in 1932 in Dartford, Kent. He studied at Gravesend School of Art before earning a place at the prestigious Royal College of Art London in 1956. His love of art flourished as he built up a respectable portfolio of work through extensive travels across Europe and beyond.

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