100 x 70 x 2 cm / 39" x 28"
Acrylics, gesso, marker, graphite on canvas
Sir Michael Philip Jagger (born July 26, 1943 in Dartford, Kent, England) is a British musician, singer and songwriter. He became famous as the front man of the British rock group The Rolling Stones. Jagger plays the harmonica, guitar and piano. He has also worked as an actor, producer and composer on several films. As an artist, he uses the name Mick Jagger. The artist had her problems with Mick - in a painterly sense. Maybe not directly with the person, but with this facial expression. This type of facial expression is quite difficult to depict as a pure black silhouette. Still, it's a very strong, energetic and expressive image! Last but not least, there are the strong, expressive brushstrokes that are playful but intentional. In one word: Jagger !!!
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