As seen in the TV show "Gossip Girl"
Not since Andy Warhol had a cameo on “The Love Boat” in 1985 have contemporary art fans had this great and excuse to watch prime time television. As the Van Der Woodsens moved back into their renovated loft in “Gossip Gils”, viewers enjoyed the addition of scaled-down version of Richard Phillips’s 1998 painting “Spectrum”. Although the source material for his piece was a fashion advertisement from the late 1960s, “on set they remarked that it look a lot like Leighton Meester”, the artist recalls. Professing his deep admiration for for the show’s revelation narcotics effects, Mr Phillips cited the overlap between issues he’s tackled on canvas and the many themes explored on “Gossip Girl”, such as “lost virginity, teen pregnancy, divorce, rape, manslaughter, suspended homicide, teen suicide, gay sexual identity, satin disorders, criminal blackmail, theft, as well as drug addition and sex with multiple partners”.
Presentation – Work on canvas with 8ply 100% Pure White cotton board with artwork support mounted to hold secured and safely in position and can be removed with ease.
Frame profile: 50mm deep x 25mm wide square Poplar (FSC) Finish 5 coat Superior Blue/Black
Glazing – 3mm Optium acrylic (UV Low Reflective, low static and anti-abrasive acrylic)
Backing – 3 mm cast acrylic with 3mm Meridian board for protection
Inner support frame with upright strap hangers
Dimensions of Artwork: 105cm Width x 79cm Height
Custom made frame available, please enquire firstname.lastname@example.org
Lead time 12 weeks