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Einstein – Love is the Answer (50 x 38″)

Einstein – Love is the Answer, 2017 by Mr. Brainwash is a 50 x 38 inch Mixed Media on Paper with Collage, Stenciling, Acrylic Painting, and Spray Painting. An original artwork featuring Albert Einstein holding a protest sign with the words, “Love Is the Answer” written on it. Signed, dated, and thumbprinted by Mr. Brainwash with his special signature on the back with dollar bill sequence. Comes with official Mr. Brainwash certificate of authenticity.

In some sense, Einstein, instead of being a relic, may have been too far ahead of his time. The strong force, a major piece of any unified field theory, was still a total mystery in Einstein’s lifetime. Only in the 1970s and ’80s did physicists begin to unravel the secret of the strong force with the quark model. Nevertheless, Einstein’s work continues to win Nobel Prizes for succeeding physicists. In 1993 a Nobel Prize was awarded to the discoverers of gravitation waves, predicted by Einstein. In 1995 a Nobel Prize was awarded to the discoverers of Bose-Einstein condensates (a new form of matter that can occur at extremely low temperatures). Known black holes now number in the thousands. New generations of space satellites have continued to verify the cosmology of Einstein. And many leading physicists are trying to finish Einstein’s ultimate dream of a “theory of everything.”

Medium

Mixed Media on Paper

Year

2017

Edition

Unique

Signature

Signed

Size 50 x 38 (in)
127 x 96.52 (cm)
Price Price on Request
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Einstein – Love is the Answer, 2017 by Mr. Brainwash is a 50 x 38 inch Mixed Media on Paper with Collage, Stenciling, Acrylic Painting, and Spray Painting. An original artwork featuring Albert Einstein holding a protest sign with the words, “Love Is the Answer” written on it. Signed, dated, and thumbprinted by Mr. Brainwash with his special signature on the back with dollar bill sequence. Comes with official Mr. Brainwash certificate of authenticity.

In some sense, Einstein, instead of being a relic, may have been too far ahead of his time. The strong force, a major piece of any unified field theory, was still a total mystery in Einstein’s lifetime. Only in the 1970s and ’80s did physicists begin to unravel the secret of the strong force with the quark model. Nevertheless, Einstein’s work continues to win Nobel Prizes for succeeding physicists. In 1993 a Nobel Prize was awarded to the discoverers of gravitation waves, predicted by Einstein. In 1995 a Nobel Prize was awarded to the discoverers of Bose-Einstein condensates (a new form of matter that can occur at extremely low temperatures). Known black holes now number in the thousands. New generations of space satellites have continued to verify the cosmology of Einstein. And many leading physicists are trying to finish Einstein’s ultimate dream of a “theory of everything.”

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Medium

Mixed Media on Paper

Year

2017

Edition

Unique

Signature

Signed

Size 50 x 38 (in)
127 x 96.52 (cm)
Price Price on Request