Pop art

Pop art blurs the lines between high and lowbrow art by creating paintings and artworks using the iconography of mass media and popular culture. The idea there is no hierarchy of culture and any source can be an artist’s inspiration, or indeed anything can be art, is one of the most enduring from the movement and still heavily influences the art world today.

The most famous Pop artists are of course Andy Warhol and the other New York artists of the early 1960s such as Roy Lichtenstein and James Rosenquist. Contemporary Pop artists heavily reference their bodies of work, but with their own twist and message.

Whether you’re looking for an update on Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Can paintings, comic book imagery in the style of Lichtenstein, or something kitsch and commercial, discover a huge variety of paintings for sale in our Pop Collection.

X Pop
41cm (W) x 61cm (H)
Aerosol on canvas
38cm (W) x 43cm (H)
Ink on 300gsm paper
42cm (W) x 60cm (H)
Mixed media on A2 220 gram paper - unframed by exhibiting artist John Graham
45cm (W) x 45cm (H)
Acrylic on stretched canvas, ready to hang
30cm (W) x 30cm (H)
acrylic paint, pencils, vintage sheet music, flower petals, silver leaf, oil sticks on canvas. Gloss clear coated .
100cm (W) x 100cm (H)
Acrylic paint onto canvas, with clear satin UV vanish.
33cm (W) x 42.5cm (H)
Giclee print signed by Tim Bailey himself.
30.5cm (W) x 30.5cm (H)
Acrylic on canvas
90cm (W) x 30cm (H)
Acrylic paints on stretched canvas
50cm (W) x 57cm (H)
Watercolour on cold pressed 640gsm paper
150cm (W) x 61cm (H)
Acrylic paint, acrylic mediums, finished with a high gloss varnish
200cm (W) x 120cm (H)
Acrylic on Canvas
160cm (W) x 160cm (H)
Acrylic On Canvas
120cm (W) x 200cm (H)
Acrylic On Canvas
28cm (W) x 35cm (H)
Ink on 225gsm paper
29.5cm (W) x 21cm (H)
Pastel and pigmented wax on glossy cardstock, 210gsm
61cm (W) x 76cm (H)
Acrylic on Canvas
61cm (W) x 76cm (H)
Acrylic on Canvas
120cm (W) x 41cm (H)
Acrylic on canvas
58cm (W) x 41cm (H)
Watercolour on paper