Artwork information




Mixed media on canvas




100 cm x 150 cm

Dimensions with frame113 cm x 165 cm


Signed lower right

Proof(s) of authenticity

Painting sold with a certificate of authenticity issued by the artist.

State of conservation

Very good




Toulouse, France


Title : Andy, Pablo, Vincent, Norman and Jean-Michel meet Warhol, Picasso, Van Gogh, Rockwell and Basquiat

The children who are the authors of their respective paintings are named by their first names and the works by their last names:
Andy (Warhol), Pablo (Picasso), Vincent (Van gogh), Norman (Rockwell) sitting in the Jeep in the same position as his self-portrait, and Jean-Michel (Basquiat) virtually all in line with their works they would later discover.

This Gully painting is sold in a black American box frame. Dimensions without frame : 100 x 150 cm - Dimensions with frame : 113 x 165 cm.

The artist



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Born in 1977


Gully is an artist and graffiti artist born in France in 1977. He practiced graffiti from 1992 to the mid 2000's, then he made the choice to change his pseudonym to go from being a street artist to a studio artist.

Gully voluntarily hides his identity so that the stories he tells in his paintings take precedence over his person. Anonymity is thus a deliberate choice, but it is part of a different logic from that of Banksy or Invader. His work in the street had nothing to do with his current work on canvas.

The artistic approach of the painter Gully integrates subtle references to the history of art. "I borrow characters or existing scenes that I stage in my universe.". Gully does not copy the masters of art but quotes them, reinterprets them, integrates them into his compositions. All the great names pass there: Van Gogh, Seurat, Warhol, Basquiat, Calder, Remington, Hopper, Picasso, Dali, Magritte, Haring...

The world of graffiti is not put aside in his painting, indeed, the artist creates sometimes unexpected meetings between art and street art.

Gully tells stories of children amazed by art and more particularly by the paintings of the masters of painting in settings with sumptuous architecture. These little stories, which can be enjoyed as comic strips without dialogue, leave it to the viewer to imagine what the children are thinking or feeling.

The painter Gully has exhibited in art galleries such as Opera Gallery, Gilles Dyan, Galeries Bartoux in London, Paris, New York, Cannes, Honfleur, Singapore, Courchevel, Monaco, Miami, Dubai, Hong Kong and Seoul.