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Juxtapose – Blue Heart

Juxtapose – Blue Heart, 2017 by Mr. Brainwash is an Original Mixed Media on Paper with Stenciling, Acrylic Painting, Spray Painting, Collage with a light varnish finish. A unique artwork featuring the iconic images of Albert Einstein and Charlie Chaplin. Signed on the front, and Mr. Brainwash’s special signature is on the back with dollar bill sequence.  Comes with the official Mr. Brainwash certificate of authenticity.

Einstein was a very frequent guest at Chaplin’s residence.The very thought of the two most brilliant sitting in one room does sound quite impressive, especially because of their unknown intriguing conversations at the time. Chaplin once said that Einstein was a very calm and pleasant person with an extraordinary intellectual energy and a highly emotional temperament. He also commented on remembering how Einstein’s wife Elsa told him about the time when Albert grasped the theory of relativity. Supposedly, he was acting very peculiar during breakfast one morning and seemed lost in thought. After eating, he went and sat at the piano, played for about half an hour and then disappeared upstairs to study. It was another two weeks before he reemerged from his room and when he did, the theory of relativity was written down on two sheets of paper.

Medium

Mixed Media on Paper

Year

2017

Edition

Unique

Signature

Signed

Size 38 x 50 (in)
96.75 x 127 (cm)
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Juxtapose – Blue Heart, 2017 by Mr. Brainwash is an Original Mixed Media on Paper with Stenciling, Acrylic Painting, Spray Painting, Collage with a light varnish finish. A unique artwork featuring the iconic images of Albert Einstein and Charlie Chaplin. Signed on the front, and Mr. Brainwash’s special signature is on the back with dollar bill sequence.  Comes with the official Mr. Brainwash certificate of authenticity.

Einstein was a very frequent guest at Chaplin’s residence.The very thought of the two most brilliant sitting in one room does sound quite impressive, especially because of their unknown intriguing conversations at the time. Chaplin once said that Einstein was a very calm and pleasant person with an extraordinary intellectual energy and a highly emotional temperament. He also commented on remembering how Einstein’s wife Elsa told him about the time when Albert grasped the theory of relativity. Supposedly, he was acting very peculiar during breakfast one morning and seemed lost in thought. After eating, he went and sat at the piano, played for about half an hour and then disappeared upstairs to study. It was another two weeks before he reemerged from his room and when he did, the theory of relativity was written down on two sheets of paper.

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Medium

Mixed Media on Paper

Year

2017

Edition

Unique

Signature

Signed

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