THE KESSEL RUN OF NEW POSTERS Episode XIV

THE KESSEL RUN OF NEW POSTERS Episode XIV

Limited edition posters of contemporary artist Bob Kessel.

Each Bob Kessel poster represents a sample from an art series
made up of several related pictures.

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art history poster oOslo o sole mio by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL ART HISTORY POSTER (Oslo o sole mio)  30″ x 40″

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art history poster pikene pa broen by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL ART HISTORY POSTER (Pikene pa broen)  30″ x 40″

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art history poster machen auf Brücke by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL ART HISTORY POSTER (Madchen auf Brücke)  30″ x 40″

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van gogh poster reed pen by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL VAN GOGH POSTER (Reed Pen)  30″ x 40″

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art history poster baronet's room by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL ART HISTORY POSTER (Barnett’s Room)  30″ x 40″

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art history poster Cezanne's Face by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL ART HISTORY POSTER (Cezanne’s Face)  30″ x 40″

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minotaur poster wine by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL MINOTAUR POSTER (Wine)  30″ x 40″

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southwest poster canyon by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL SOUTHWEST POSTER (Canyon)  30″ x 40″

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contemplation poster mountain stream by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL CONTEMPLATION POSTER (Mt Stream)  30″ x 40″

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girlymags poster hair down by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL GIRLY MAGS POSTER (Hair Down)  30″ x 40″

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arthistory poster by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL ART HISTORY POSTER (Girl with Big Coq)  30″ x 40″

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art history poster moorish woman by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL ART HISTORY POSTER (Moorish Woman)  30″ x 40″

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THE KESSEL RUN OF NEW POSTERS Episode VII

THE KESSEL RUN OF NEW POSTERS Episode VII

Limited edition posters of contemporary artist Bob Kessel.

Each Bob Kessel poster represents a sample from an art series
made up of several related pictures.

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self portraits poster room by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL SELF PORTRAITS POSTER (Room)  30″ x 40″

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plein air poster path by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL PLEIN AIR POSTER (Path)  30″ x 40″

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lovers poster clutch by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL LOVERS POSTER (Clutch)  30″ x 40″

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minotaur poster dream by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL MINOTAUR POSTER (Dream)  30″ x 40″

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interiors poster iPad by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL INTERIORS POSTER (iPad)  30″ x 40″

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futurismo poster goldfish by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL FUTURISMO POSTER (Goldfish)  30″ x 40″

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basic black poster nude by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL BASIC BLACK POSTER (Nude)  30″ x 40″

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basic black poster chair by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL BASIC BLACK POSTER (Chair)  30″ x 40″

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artist models poster studio girl by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL ARTIST MODELS POSTER (Studio Girl)  30″ x 40″

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artist models poster shirt off by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL ARTIST MODELS POSTER (Shirt Off Sketch)  30″ x 40″

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the nude poster reflection by bobkessel

BOB KESSEL THE NUDE POSTER (Reflection)  30″ x 40″

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DIAMOND MINOTAUR AND NYMPH by Bob Kessel

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DIAMOND MINOTAUR AND NYMPH by Bob Kessel

“DIAMOND MINOTAUR AND NYMPH” by Bob Kessel is available as a signed and numbered limited edition original fine art print. Contact Bob Kessel for pricing and availability.

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MINOTAUR by Pablo Picasso

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The classic Grecian Minotaur appeared in Picasso’s art between 1933-1937. Picasso uses the myth of the Minotaur to illustrate the loss of raw and natural balance in the world around him. Picasso used the Minotaur in a series of paintings to illustrate this lost balance between the raw desire of nature and the human world—the balance embodied in the Minotaur.

The Minotaur is the compilation of the unconscious desires of man and the conscious societal constraints that the individual puts on him or herself, thus Picasso’s portrayal of the Minotaur goes beyond the simple myth to comment on the labyrinth of the human condition.

The Minotaur is portrayed by Picasso as a tragic character caught between the two worlds he was created from. The Minotaur evolves in Picasso’s art beyond just a mythological creature to an existential figure who comments on the constraints of human life. Picasso portrays the Minotaur condition as what every human experiences, and the rhetoric in his painting declares that this existence is Sisyphus-ian and tragic. He is directed and punished by the complex world and laws of humanity, when he would rather live like the Bull—free and unburdened by humanity.