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(punched by a hooker) Mona Lisa On the Hundred Dollar Bill

(punched by a hooker) Mona Lisa On the Hundred Dollar Bill

Large, brilliant and constantly pulling the observer in deeper. The name was given shortly after the painting was completed when it was punched quite literally by a woman of the night, thus completing the work as an oil painting and performance piece. The faintest silhouette of Franklin or possibly Mona Lisa is visible from a distance, and the color flow has arches that resemblance the American dollar. In the center is a face that reminds some of Mayan style art.

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$1,400

Details

Size
40.0" x 30.0"
Medium
oil on canvas

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