This series has been commissioned by Hans van Breukhoven with permission from Herman Brood and his management. It is a litho art print. Herman Brood was a legend in itself. As a singer, pianist, actor and poet he became a phenomenon in Dutch culture. In addition, he was a drug addict in his own words the "national hug junk" and he was known as the Dutch embodiment of the hedonistic credeo "Sex, drugs & rock 'n roll". But he was also an artist: everyone knows them, the paintings of Herman Brood. Herman Brood (1946 2001) painted mostly in the tradition of the Cobra: in large format and with bright colors. The choice of primary colors was largely due to necessity, because he was color blind. In addition, letters were often applied to his work in black paint and his signature "bread" is a recognizable part of the painting. In 1993 Brood produced the Pop series, in which world-famous jazz and pop legends were produced by Herman Brood in his own characteristic way.
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