Tom Wesselman American artist in pop art, at the university he studied psychology. He studied at the Art Academy of Cincinnati 1954-1956 and were specifically thinking about abstract expressionism.
Tom Wesselmann is recognized for his method of blending paint and also collage in his art work. Although he attracted inspiration for his jobs from the official abstract art, consisting of Robert Motherwell elegies to the Spanish Republic, he is taken into consideration still in the pop art as his objective, everyday things, collections, and nude designs were normal of the cinema. His finest known work is possibly the series "Great American Nudes" that he collaborated with throughout the 1960s. The collection contains 100 American females that frequently off-color presenting nude in various setups. The purpose of the collection was that in an ironic fashion show how sexuality is used by society, and with it ended up being sterilized.
During his later creative period, he has made himself recognized via a type of steel artwork in which he more than sketch to metal plates.
Our collection contains 2 quotes who is written / told by Tom.
"I'd never painted anything before. I was quite content to take other people's work since I didn't care anyway about the subject matter. I approached subject matter as a scoundrel. I had nothing to say about it whatsoever. I only wanted to make these exciting paintings"
"I didn't want to deal in poetry. I got rid of that after a few months"