Clothes Iron Pop Art Artwork by Jean Luc Comperat

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Art Description

New Media: Digital, Vector, Manipulated, New Media on Canvas, Paper.

Clothes iron Pop Art Warhol style print.

Original: giclee on canvas hand signed and dated - 48" x 48" with 2" extra border - rolled / shipped in tube.

Prints - photo paper, fine art paper or canvas signed and dated.

The electric iron was invented in 1884 by Henry W. Seeley, a New York inventor. Seeley patented his "electric flatiron" on June 6, 1882. His iron weighed almost 15 pounds and took a long time to warm up. Other electric irons had also been invented, including one from France (1882), but it used a carbon arc to heat the iron, a method which was dangerous.

Larger sizes and custom work available upon request.



Clothes Iron Pop Art

Jean Luc Comperat

United States

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