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This piece is part of Amar's "History of HIP-HOP" solo show which was hosted at Sweet Science in Brooklyn, NY. The body of work celebrates HIP-HOP culture by recreating Golden Age paintings from the 17th Century. Inspirations come from Rembrandt, Frans Hals, De Goya, Van Dyke and more.
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Artwork by New York based artist Amar Stewart. The original painting was created using oil on canvas and was showcased at Amar's first solo show in Brooklyn, New York in 2013. This piece was the second created in his series titled "Hip-Hop Royalty" which celebrated Hip-Hop culture combined with the Dutch Masters of 17th Century.
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