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Hot-dog USA
Hot-dog USA Hot-dog USA

By Jan Cremer

Hot-dog USA
Hot-dog USA Hot-dog USA

Jan Cremer started his career painting large-scale, fiercely abstract canvases – ‘Peinture Barbarism’ as he himself called it, or abstract provocations. In 1964 his book, Ik, Jan Cremer (‘I, Jan Cremer’) was published, which resulted in him becoming one of the most famous writers in the Netherlands. In the sixties, Cremer left for New York, where he delved into the art of that period: Pop Art. Cremer’s style changed drastically, and he exchanged abstraction for figurative cliché images: from typical Dutch tulip fields and cows to American consumer items, as we see here in Hot Dog USA. Cremer’s lithography is reminiscent of the work by Andy Warhol. Like Warhol, Cremer portrays iconic, American products in a literal way, using the medium of the print to do so.

Year

1967

Material

paper, ink litho

Dimensions

56,3 x 76 cm (22 3/16 x 29 15/16in.)

Credit

Frans Hals Museum. Photo: Arend Velsink

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