pop artwork by Joe McDermott and Stefanie Schneider on a home wall

Pop Art for Sale: From Comics to Skateboards

Pop art is one of the most storied and vibrant movements in modern art. The LUMAS collection of limited edition Pop Art photography prints and paintings contains classics like artworks with Marilyn Monroe, and black and white photographs of celebrities, street art, and consumer products. Shop our selection of original artwork by legendary and contemporary pop artists, and find a piece of art for the walls of your home today!

Pop Art: Table of Contents

The Beginnings of Pop Art

Andy Warhol is known to us as one of the co-founders of pop art, but his life was also a work of art in itself. His obsessive reworking of posters and labels which embodied the mechanical reproducibility of art is nearly synonymous with the entire genre itself. Still today, his famous Campbell’s soup renderings, and his portraits of Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, and James Dean are definitive works of modern American art.

Robert Rauschenberg has a crucial place in the narrative of pop art. The eclectic painter embodied in his work a wide array of influences and contemporary trends. As a collaborator of Warhol, he helped establish the basis for pop art, especially with his famous “Combines” of the 1950’s, a series of overlapping and interpenetrating pop art paintings and sculptures on wood, canvas, and metal.

Contemporary Pop Art

Our portfolio includes works by legends and contemporary artists. Conceptual and hyperrealist art by artists like Dean West and Jean-Pierre Kunkel are in the best traditions of pop, consistent with works by luminaries like David Hockney. Explore our entire collection of contemporary artworks in Pop style!

 curated contemporary Pop Art artworks: Jennifer by Renaud Delorme
Renaud Delorme
from $ 1,299  to $ 1,999
 curated contemporary Pop Art artworks: Kate Moss by Renaud Delorme
Kate Moss
Renaud Delorme
$ 1,799
 curated contemporary Pop Art artworks: Brigitte Bardot by Renaud Delorme
Brigitte Bardot
Renaud Delorme
from $ 1,199  to $ 1,999
 curated contemporary Pop Art artworks: Romy Schneider by Renaud Delorme
Romy Schneider
Renaud Delorme
from $ 1,399  to $ 1,999

If you are a fan of Andy Warhol’s visual language, you’ll love Renauld Delorme's playful interpretations. He combines black and white portraits of famous personalties with object-collages. The three-dimensionality of his portraits can be deceptive. Are these the faces of Marilyn Monroe, Kate Moss, or Brigitte Bardot? Or is this simply an accretion of unconnected objects? Is that, in the end, the stuff that fame is made of?

 pop artworks by Renaud Delorme: AT THE BEACH by Sanda Anderlon
Sanda Anderlon
from $ 949  to $ 4,190
 pop artworks by Renaud Delorme: Venice Beach by Sanda Anderlon
Venice Beach
Sanda Anderlon
from $ 699  to $ 1,599
 pop artworks by Renaud Delorme: CASUAL LUXURY by Sanda Anderlon
Sanda Anderlon
from $ 1,099  to $ 2,290
 pop artworks by Renaud Delorme: Jungle by Sanda Anderlon
Sanda Anderlon
$ 4,190
 pop artworks by Renaud Delorme: PARTY by Sanda Anderlon
Sanda Anderlon
from $ 749  to $ 1,499
 pop artworks by Renaud Delorme: FASHIONISTA by Sanda Anderlon
Sanda Anderlon
from $ 799  to $ 1,599
 pop artworks by Renaud Delorme: Hills by Sanda Anderlon
Sanda Anderlon
from $ 699  to $ 1,399

The Croatian artist Sanda Anderlon's works convey a range of impressions. A little bit Brueghel, a little bit Ibiza, her panoramic prints portray 1920’s showgirls, Victorian ladies, and Los Angeles beachgoers against exotic backgrounds. Anderlon’s work is in the spirit of Richard Hamilton’s earlier pop art collages, and their digital compositions are the apotheosis of the pop art method.

 pop artworks by Sanda Anderlon: Taxi Stop Hong Kong by Sandra Rauch
Taxi Stop Hong Kong
Sandra Rauch
from $ 1,299  to $ 1,999
 pop artworks by Sanda Anderlon: Radio City Hall by Sandra Rauch
Radio City Hall
Sandra Rauch
from $ 799  to $ 2,490

The Berlin artist Sandra Rauch is all about the urban environment. Graffiti, photos, and typography are all unified in her pulsating cityscapes.

The Berlin-based American artist Freddy Reitz is squarely in the tradition of pop art. Her depictions of American or French flags remind us of Jasper Johns. Her reproductions of Heinz ketchup bottles or champagne labels return to the original resources of Warhol’s famous works.

 pop artworks by Freddy Reitz: Stormy Soul by Yeliza
Stormy Soul
from $ 899  to $ 1,299
 pop artworks by Freddy Reitz: Pink Passion by Yeliza
Pink Passion
from $ 899  to $ 1,299
 pop artworks by Freddy Reitz: First Love by Yeliza
First Love
from $ 899  to $ 1,299
 pop artworks by Freddy Reitz: Blue Dream by Yeliza
Blue Dream
from $ 1,399  to $ 1,999

The Berlin artist Yeliza transforms pictures of contemporary icons into electric, colorful portraits. These pop portraits of powerful women are particularly elegant when printed large and mounted under acrylic glass.

 pop artworks by Yeliza: Freddie by André Monet
André Monet
from $ 549  to $ 2,590
 pop artworks by Yeliza: Cate by André Monet
André Monet
$ 549
 pop artworks by Yeliza: David II by André Monet
David II
André Monet
from $ 549  to $ 3,290

The portrait is one of the fixtures of pop art. André Monet, in his detailed collages of Beyoncé and Jay-Z, is one of the most compelling contemporary exponents of pop art. His portraits of dead artists like Pablo Picasso or David Bowie capture their creative struggles in strips of color, and turn the grayscale onto their faces like a spotlight.

Pop Art und Cut-Out Prints

Joe McDermott’s works reference Roy Lichtenstein’s classic comic panels. But McDermott’s digital cut-outs bring Lichtenstein into the 21st Century. He translates Lichtenstein’s iconic scenes into the present.

Vincent Poole invents the silhouette anew. His works contain bright colors behind acrylic glass, and are composed of countless symbols and signs of London city life.

History of Pop Art

pop art print by Yeliza

In its essence, pop art is popular art. Ever since it began in the United States and Great Britain in the 1950’s, it has always been popular in its inspirations and aspirations. Some of the artists who have gravitated towards pop art keep a cool distance to consumer culture, while others have embraced the promise of authenticities that can be bought, worn, and exchanged.

Pop art makes up an enormous part of our visual lexicon. Andy Warhol’s silkscreen Marilyn Monroe portraits, and Roy Lichtenstein’s iconic comic-strips, are world-famous. Pop icons are constantly paid tribute to in consumer products and fashion, sometimes coming full circle to reincorporate the original insights of pop art back into the social worlds from which they originally took rise, this time by reference to pop art itself.

The lettering of Robert Indiana’s monumental LOVE sculpture still shapes collective memory and consumer taste. A particularly lucid example of this is the wall sculpture by Louis Sidoli. Sidoli’s flashy neon pink wall sculpture is felicitous to Indiana's original, but is also mediated by the popularization of Indiana's original.

Pop art’s influences extend across the globe, and many artistic media. Perhaps most notably, it has both taken inspiration from and in turn inspired comic books. If you're interested in learning more, check out our article on the history of photography.

Pop Art: Past and Present

Our artists and curators make the most optimal suggestions for framing and mounting each work of art. They can be framed or unframed under durable acrylic glass. Our portfolio contains unique and custom-cuts, and all of our works are available in custom framing. We curate contemporary and classic photographs and art works with an expert eye, offering you our hand-picked selections.

Still not sure which art print is just the right one for you? We have a wealth of suggestions in our page on art hanging ideas. Explore our pop art masterpieces, and find the perfect museum-quality LUMAS print for your home or office.