Fascinating Andy Warhol pop art print titled “Four Wise Men” artwork by Mark Lewis Art ™ Wall decor on metal. Decoration of modern pop art for any room in your home
ANDY WARHOL ART PRINT
Shop for signed Andy Warhol art prints. Painting artwork by Mark Lewis Art ™. Modern abstract pop art created from an original painting titled “Four Wise Men”. Lewis’ eye catching wall decor metal art prints are ideal for any room in your home. Each incredible 8”x 10” art print is delivered with a 3-d wall mount, a certificate of authenticity and a plate on the reverse with the artistic hand signature of Mark Lewis. Your personal order will arrive in a well-padded package for safe shipping.
ABOUT MARK LEWIS
Lewis is a living descendant of Denton Cy Young the legendary baseball player and Baseball Hall Of Fame recipient for which the Cy Young pitching award was created. Marks’ career path has certainly been an eventful one. After serving honorably in the United States Navy Lewis then delved into the performing arts. He spent years as a successful actor, appearing in numerous movies and television programs. Ultimately turning his focus to painting, Lewis brought his expansive life adventures, raw talent and inspiration to the canvas. Lewis instills an immense beauty and creativity in the work that flows from his palette. He achieves that rare feat among artists of creating an unspoken dialog between artist and viewer in his artwork. Lewis’ paintings, art prints, collectibles and mugs have been exhibited in numerous galleries throughout the U.S.
- Andy Warhol art print wall painting on metal by Mark Lewis Art ™
- Modern pop abstract art unique signed collection
- Home wall decor to decorate any room in your home
- Lewis is a living descendant of Hall Of Fame pitcher Cy Young
- Hand Signed Certificate Of Authenticity – 8″ x 10″ wall art prints
“I never understood why when you died, you didn’t just vanish, everything could just keep going on the way it was only you just wouldn’t be there. I always thought I’d like my own tombstone to be blank. No epitaph, and no name. Well, actually, I’d like it to say ‘figment.'”