Tom Wesselmann is one of the most important representatives of American Pop Art alongside Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol. As a painter, graphic artist and object artist, Tom Wesselmann chose mainly provocative motifs of female act scenes. Since 1983, he first sketched the nudes and still lifes on steel sheets, cut out the objects by means of laser cutting technology and treated the surfaces of the sheet metal sections either with oil paint or enamel. The objects are given a special effect by fixing the filigree cut-outs at a distance of a few millimeters to the white background of a wall. Depending on the incidence of light, gray shadows of the objects are drawn on the white wall. You can find more about the biography of Tom Wesselmann here ....
(study of the artist’s work).