Prisoner (1982) (Original)

United States

Size: 27 H x 19 W x 0.1 in

Ships in a cardboard box This work will ship flat in a sturdy, well-protected cardboard box. Read more

Shipping included
7-day money back guarantee We offer a 7-day money-back guarantee on all works purchased through Saatchi Art, except for limited editions printed specially for you. Framed prints cannot be refunded nor exchanged.
Trustpilot Score
  • 723
  • 1

Artist Recognition

Artist featured in a collection Artist featured in a collection

Art Description

Painting: Mixed Media, Enamel, Watercolor, Wax and Ink on Cardboard.

Everyone lives in a type of prison. No matter what we do, we can't escape. All the little boxes we create and hold dear are only resulting in more prisoners in us. No real freedom or individuality if we let society's mantra of keeping up with the Joneses dictate our lives.
Paper Size: approx. 19" x 27" inches (ca. 48 x 68,5 cm)
Media: Mixed Media on Cardboard (champagne used instead of water for color applications, wax applications and specialty paints including metallic paints)
Year of Creation: 1982

Keywords: prison, society, self image, peer pressure, consumerism, depression, prestige, freedom, hope, social status, lifestyle, loneliness

Subjects: Abstract

Styles: Surrealism, Abstract, Modern, Illustration, Pop Art

Mediums: Mixed Media, Enamel, Watercolor, Wax, Ink

Artist Recognition

Artist featured in a collection Artist featured by Saatchi Art in a collection

Comments (0)