Steve Mc Queen


  • Technique Mixed Media on Panel
  • Size 105 x 105 cm
  • Edition Unica
  • Delivery time 3-5 business days
  • Free shipping Vanaf €50 in NL
  • Art purchase scheme 10 x 395,00 interest-free
  • Art lease 118,50 monthly
  • You save 79,00 monthly
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Steve Mc Queen: an impressive work of art by Van Apple

The Steve Mc Queen artwork is an impressive addition to Van Apple’s oeuvre. This pop art portrait of The King Of Cool grabs immediate attention! The perforated edges and sparkling elements create an enchanting effect, especially when combined with the multi-layered epoxy coating that covers the artwork.

Unique techniques and materials

Van Apple’s art combines digital techniques, such as photography, with iconic features. He uses gold foil, Swarovski crystals and adds different colors and handcrafted elements, such as butterflies, which are covered with various epoxy layers. This layering allows him to create innovative and unique mixed-media artworks with a stunning 3D effect.

Exclusive edition

Steve Mc Queen is a work of art with a very limited edition of only 10 copies, but each piece is unique because of the many manual edits and additions. This work of art is not easily captured in photographs, so we cordially invite you to visit our gallery and admire this work, as well as Van Apple’s other amazing artworks, in person.


Steve Mc Queen is available for purchase and can also be borrowed through our art loan.

About Steve McQueen

Steve McQueen was an American film actor who was born on March 24, 1930 and died on November 7, 1980. One of the most iconic actors of the 1960s and 1970s, he was known for his tough, cool image and his roles in numerous classic films.

Known films by Steve McQueen

  • The Great Escape (1963): In this film, McQueen played the role of Captain Virgil “The Cooler King” Hilts, an Allied POW involved in an escape attempt from a German POW camp during World War II.
  • Bullitt (1968): This is one of McQueen’s most iconic films, in which he played the role of police officer Frank Bullitt. It is best known for its spectacular chase scene through the streets of San Francisco.
  • The Thomas Crown Affair (1968): In it, McQueen played the role of charming millionaire Thomas Crown, who becomes involved in a daring robbery of a bank.
  • Papillon (1973): McQueen starred with Dustin Hoffman in this film, in which they portrayed two prisoners trying to escape from a high-security prison on Devil’s Island.

A lasting legacy

Steve McQueen is also known for his love of auto racing and motorcycling, and he was a talented driver. His career was marked by a string of blockbusters and he was considered one of the biggest movie stars of his time. McQueen’s influence and status as a pop culture icon continue to live on to this day.