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HOME >> HOUSE ARTISTS, ART and ILLUSTRATIONS >> Martin Wallace - Contemporary Artist

Que Veole il Popolo?



This contemporary tableau was created by the renowned figurative artist Martin Wallace from his Brittany studio in France in 2002. This imagary comes from the famous response of Caesar: when asked 'what do the people want?" he replied 'bread and circuses'.

All tableaux come with a 'certificate of authenticity" signed by the artist.

Painting 2002, Acrylic on panel
Dimensions: 80cm x 95cm approx

Que Veole il Popolo? (What do the people want?)
"A central figure with a loudhailer is haranguing a group of bemused circus artists with his political programme of 'bread and circuses'. A woman holding a French loaf is trying to persuade this character as to their compliance with this tongue-in-cheek dictum".
Martin Wallace

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