John D Wilson - Masters I - 3D - (3 Cone)
Masters I, II & III are based on my previous series of prints “The Masters” but repainted in 3D or reverse perspective
The three pictures are made up of some of the most recognisable paintings, by some of the most famous artists in
The 3D effect is created by painting the perspective in reverse; this means painting the parts further from your eyes the
biggest and the parts closer smaller. As you stand away from the picture the farthest points seem to come forward and
the forward parts seem to go back reversing and giving the 3D effect.
My childlike figures have been included showing how everyone starts off painting as a child compared to what they can
achieve as they develop as artists.
Henri Matisse – Bathing In The Reeds
Salvador Dalí – The Persistence Of Memory
L.S. Lowry – Going to the Match
James Whistler – Artist’s Mother
Edvard Munch – The Scream
John Constable – The Hay Wain
Amedeo Modigliani – Portrait of Jeanne Hébuterne
Mark Rothko – No. 14 (1960)
Van Gogh – Sunflowers
Pablo Picasso – The Dream
Joan Miró – Blue II
Damien Hirst – Argininosuccinic Acid
Roy Lichtenstein – The Kiss
18.5" x 39"