Romero Britto Art Prints

The distinctive neo-Pop style of Romero Britto, whose compositions skillfully balance colorful patterns and bold, black outlines, reveals a highly sophisticated command of space, color and the visual experience. He often combines the artistic techniques of Pop Art with the intricate compositional qualities of Cubism. His work has been called "childlike," not that he paints as a child would, but rather that he creates with the clear eye, enthusiasm and directness of children. His passion for creating artwork led to many high-profile commissions which helped launch the artist onto the contemporary art scene in a very short period of time. Born in Recife, Brazil, Britto began drawing at a very young age and soon learned to copy the artwork of artists he saw in books. He originally considered a career in law, but followed his passion for art to Europe, where he sold his paintings on the street. In 1989, Britto was commissioned by Michel Roux, former U.S. importer of Absolut Vodka and creator of their legendary advertising campaign, which launched Britto's career in the U.S. He contributes his artwork to many charitable causes, such as the American Red Cross, AMFAR, and many other AIDS-related causes, and has produced original works for numerous celebrities, including Michael Jordan, Arnold Schwartzenegger and Whitney Houston.
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Best Friends
Fine-Art Print
28" x 26"
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