It’s notable that Cubism and Pop Art, two of the most important art movements to come out of the 20th century, were reactionary in nature. While Cubists took on the representational limitations facing the impressionists, Pop Art rebelled against the overly intense, psychologized, arguably pretentiousstance adopted by the Abstract Expressionists. Created as part of McGaw Graphics’ L.A. Pop Art Series, Love in 44 Languages features a black and white image of a heart that is composed of the word for love in—you guessed it—44 different languages. Words.
High-quality print on heavy paper. Printed with vibrant color-fast inks. Framed in a contemporary ash ArtBlock with black molding. ArtBlock is ready to hang.