He Resembled Picasso

He Resembled Picasso

“The Contour Fantasy Period”
Oil on Canvas Board
Approx. 38″ x 50″
“He Resembled Picasso” is from LORD TOPH’s “Contour Fantasy Period,” which is a precursor to the style which he originated called “Empathicism.” Bold strokes, bright colors, and even the title in accordance with the subject, are all examples of what has become a pronounced aspect in his defining the style. With whimsicality, exuberant execution, and concentrated subject, “He Resembled Picasso” would be among the first paintings of the “Contour Fantasy Period” that would preeminently be the catalyst for developing his style, Empathicism.
An homage of influence respectfully entitled, “He Resembled Picasso.” This painting is named appropriately by the similarity of the subject’s face to that of Pablo Picasso. This abstracted image is executed with bold, vivid, bright primary and secondary colors. The cubistic style is fashioned about the face, and throughout the composition of the work. Although LORD TOPH substantially pronounces influence in this prominent work, he undoubtedly displays his own sense of originality and unique style.

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