Romero Britto

The Good Girl ( Sculpture )
Aluminum and Enamel, 75 x 30 x 54 cm

USD 8,400 – 11,900

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About the artwork

Travelling to Europe in 1993 to study the works of the canonical masters, Britto eventually moved to the USA where Pop Art was reaching its peak of recognition. Influenced by the masters of both the new world and old, the artist brought together his influences with a distinct touch of optimism that brought him immediate attention from the artistic world. Quickly escalating in popularity and recognition, Britto received coveted commissions beginning with the Absolut campaign that had previously included the works of Pop Art icons Andy Warhol and Keith Haring, and moving to the likes of BMW, Pepsi, the United Nations and Disney. The 'Good Girl' is a sculpture rendering of the artist's distinct and overt pop influences. Artwork © Britto Central, Inc

About the artist

Romero Britto (born 6 October 1963) is a Brazilian Neo-pop artist, painter, serigrapher and sculptor. He combines elements of cubism, pop art and graffiti painting in his work. Britto has lived in Miami, Florida since 1989. Shortly after Britto arrived in the United States, Michel Roux, founder of Absolut Vodka's Absolut Art Ad Campaign, happened to visit Britto's first studio in Coconut Grove, Florida. Roux quickly asked Britto to reinterpret the famous bottle, which would be published and seen by millions. Consistently challenging himself, Britto has completed other corporate works for Movado, Disney, Enrico Coveri, Pepsi, the United Nations, BMW and Royal Caribbean Cruises.

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