Roy Liechtenstein

175,00

  • Technique Liquid gloss
  • Size 33 cm
  • Delivery time 3-5 business days
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Description

Art Candy Toffee – Roy Lichtenstein

artwork by Ad van Hassel

The Art Candy Toffee – Roy Lichtenstein is a beautiful sculpture created by talented artist Ad van Hassel. This artwork pays homage to the iconic PopArt images of Roy Lichtenstein. With its detailed finish and vibrant colors, this sculpture is a real eye-catcher in any room.

Material and finishing

The image is made of liquid gloss, which provides a stunning high-gloss effect. The artwork is carefully placed on a stainless steel pedestal, giving it a modern and elegant look. The overall height of the statue is 33 cm, making it ideal for both home and office use.

Packaging and presentation

The Art Candy Toffee – Roy Lichtenstein comes in a deluxe wooden gift box, perfect for giving as a gift or enjoying for yourself. This sophisticated packaging ensures that the artwork arrives to you safely and stylishly.

Visit our gallery

Would you like to admire this beautiful sculpture in real life? Then visit our gallery at Prinses Julianaplein 66 in Amersfoort. Here you can take a closer look at the refined details and brilliant colors.

Custom-made works of art

Are you looking for a larger size or a specific design? Feel free to contact us to discuss the possibilities. We are happy to help you find the perfect piece of art that meets your needs.

About the artist

Ad van Hassel (Roosendaal, 1953) is a renowned Dutch artist who began his career in 1980. After years of experimenting with various creative disciplines, he opened two exclusive galleries in Amsterdam in 1983. Since 1990, Ad has specialized in screen printing, both for his own work and that of other artists. Among other things, he was Herman Brood’s regular printer and worked with luminaries such as Corneille, Jan Cremer, Rob Scholte, Shunyam and Peter Diem.

After the death of artists such as Herman Brood and Corneille, Ad van Hassel turned to a new technique: CNC laser cutting and milling. With this technique, he creates the colorful sculptures loved by art lovers worldwide.