This product is a previously owned pop art piece. It is hand painted on a very large sheet of Euca board. According to the donor, it was a part of a stage performance. It is pop art piece created in 2013 by the local cartoonist Julian Lytle (born 1980 in Prince George's county). The piece depicts two figures sitting on a chair. It is red, white and black predominately but also has three dimensional pieces made of stacked glitter.
96.25" Tall, 48" Wide
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