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Big Eyes | Vintage Print Photo | 1962 THE LITTLE CLOWN | Margaret Keane | Walter Keane

Big Eyes | Vintage Print Photo | 1962 THE LITTLE CLOWN | Margaret Keane | Walter Keane

Margaret Keane: Mother of Big-Eye Art.  Her art was sad before she got the truth.  Amazing story.

Margaret Keane: Mother of Big-Eye Art. Her art was sad before she got the truth. Amazing story.

'THE STORM'  6"x12" oil on masonite (1962) "The storm and tormented Soul. Portraying the need of love and a feel of security. She wants to reach out and touch love" Painting and text by MARGARET KEANE from the book MDH Margaret Keane 1st edition 1964 (minkshmink collection)

'THE STORM' 6"x12" oil on masonite (1962) "The storm and tormented Soul. Portraying the need of love and a feel of security. She wants to reach out and touch love" Painting and text by MARGARET KEANE from the book MDH Margaret Keane 1st edition 1964 (minkshmink collection)

Margaret Keane: Mother of Big-Eye Art

Margaret Keane: Mother of Big-Eye Art

Who is the mother of big-eye art? Margaret Keane, of course! Her poignant paintings, mass produced as prints in the and captured the hearts of the masses and are popular once again.

Retrato del cómico Jerry Lewis (en el centro) y su familia - Margaret Keane

El infierno de la artista que iluminó a Tim Burton

Retrato del cómico Jerry Lewis (en el centro) y su familia - Margaret Keane

The World’s Fair of 1964-65 at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park was a major American event forward-looking in its intent and, in many ways, backwards in its practice.  In particular, Robert Moses did not care for cheap carnival amusements, nor did he care for music or art that was particular edgy or controversial. Moses’ tastes ruled supreme … Continue reading Robert Moses rejected this terrifying Margaret Keane painting from hanging at the 1964-65 World’s Fair →

The World’s Fair of 1964-65 at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park was a major American event forward-looking in its intent and, in many ways, backwards in its practice. In particular, Robert Moses did not care for cheap carnival amusements, nor did he care for music or art that was particular edgy or controversial. Moses’ tastes ruled supreme … Continue reading Robert Moses rejected this terrifying Margaret Keane painting from hanging at the 1964-65 World’s Fair →

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Who is the mother of big-eye art? Margaret Keane, of course! Her poignant paintings, mass produced as prints in the and captured the hearts of the masses and are popular once again.

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