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Romero Britto (born 1963 Recife, Brazil) creates art that represents his optimistic faith in the world. Pulsating colors, pop themes and commanding compositions are fundamental elements that have led BRITTO to become one of the most important artists of his generation. Romero Britto is an internationally recognized artist, with artwork represented in fine art galleries, museums, private art collections, public works and corporate commissions across five continents.

Committed to developing and supporting the powerful role his art will continue to play in global initiatives, BRITTO is an artistic activist for charitable organizations worldwide, and most of all, an artist who believes "Art is too important not to share."

Framed Canvas Digital Print Details

  • Material: Wood & canvas
  • Dimensions: 26-1/2"L x 26-1/2"W x 1-1/4"D
  • Weight: 5.68 lbs.
  • Signed: Hologram signature & stamp verification
  • Care: Lightly dust, wipe gently with a dry micro-fiber cloth, do not use soap or liquids w/ chemicals
  • Collection: BRITTO
  • Country of Origin: USA
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About the Collection
Romero Britto, both as an artist and worldwide brand, is visually bold and colorful, bringing happiness to collectors through a spectrum of mediums. Britto creates art for everyone, and his works are featured in museums, airports, and both private and public art collections.

Romero BrittoAbout the Guest
Brazilian-born and Miami-made, Romero Britto is an international artist who uses vibrant, bold, and colorful patterns to reflect his optimistic view of the world. Britto has created a visual language of hope and happiness that is relatable to all, inspiring millions. Self-taught at an early age, Britto painted on scraps of paper, cardboard, or any medium he could find before coming into his own and traveling to Paris, where he was introduced to the works of Matisse and Picasso. His appreciation of these masters influenced him to create an iconic style that, according to The New York Times, “exudes warmth, optimism, and love.”