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Magician Art Series Of Paintings

The Magician 48x36 Inches Acrylic Painting On Paper 1990s Pop Art Collection Doug Kemp

Magician Series Of Paintings

Part of a series of paintings called the Magician. The hero of the paintings references a paparazzi photographer from the 1930s known as Weegree who had an uncanny ability to find and photograph a crime scene sometimes even before the police arrived.

Magician Painting Collection By Doug Kemp

The Magician. Acrylic painting on paper & canvas from the 1990s collection.

Better known as Weegee (his professional name, after an Ouija board), his actual name was Usher Fellig.

It turned out that he actually had his radio tuned to the police frequency. His voyeuristic photographs exposed the underbelly of New York City, mixing popular culture with the experience of immigrants and the working classes, catching the attention of both the news media and the fine art community.

“To me, a photograph is a page from life, and that being the case, it must be real.” Weegee.

The Magician Acrylic V1 Painting On Paper 1990s Wegee Pop art Collection Doug Kemp

The magician

The magician – Acrylic painting on paper, painted in the 1990s.  Learn more about the magician/weegee in the video below.

The Magician 48x36 Inches Acrylic Painting On Paper 1990s Pop Art Collection Doug Kemp

The magician V2

The Magician. V2. 122 x 91 cm Acrylic painting on paper from the 1990s collection. Just like that.

The Magician 66x60 Inches Acrylic Painting On Canvas 1970s Art Series - Doug Kemp

The magician V3

The Magician,V3. 168 x 152 cm Acrylic painting on canvas

The Magician 45x50 Inches Acrylic Painting On Canvas The 2000s Pop Art Collection Doug Kemp

The Magician V4

The Magician,V4. 114 x 127 cm Acrylic painting on canvas from the 2000s collection

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Artist Print Types – The Different Formats

The different formats of Artist print types explained. Linocut, Giclee & Silk screen print collections from Doug Kemp .

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Happy Girl 61x66cm Giclee Artist Print Nude Collection Doug Kemp Fine Art

Giclee Artist Prints

Spelt correctly Giclée is a French word for little squirt. This is a digital printing process in which a type of ink-jet printer is used with specialist inks to produce a high quality Art print. As an artist, I feel a Giclee/Giclée print produces a better finish than other types of modern artist printing formats.

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Perfidia- Limited Edition Artist Linocut Pop Art Print 24x26 Inches Top 10 Popart - Doug Kemp Fine Art

Linocut Artist Prints

A Linocut is a relief print that is produced like a woodcut but uses lino as the surface from which the design is carved as a template used for the printing. In making a Linocut, basically your design uses the raised (uncarved) areas for the different inks to print the same picture over and over.

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Rainy Day Taxi - Limited Edition Artist Giclee Pop Art Print 24x26 Inches Best Popart Doug Kemp

Silkscreen Print Collection

Creating screen prints – The inks are forced through a mesh screen onto the printed surface. This enables certain areas of the screen template to be impervious to the printing ink, in effect creating a stencil. The ink that is able to pass through forms the printed image.

Silk Screen Prints

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