Venado herido (1946)
Retrato de mi padre (1951)
Autorretrato con changuito (1945)
Whenever I got a new studio I made the largest possible painting, and since the ceiling was low, the painting became horizontal. As I changed studios and got larger spaces, I made bigger paintings.
Marilyn Monroe, I (1962) comes in at 7’ 9” x 6’ 1/4”, and they only continued to grow
Tom Wesselmann, Still Life #30, oil, enamel and paint on composition board with collage of printed advertisements, plastic flowers, refrigerator door, plastic replicas of 7-Up bottles, glazed and frames colour reproduction, and stamped metal, 122 x 167.5 x 10cm, 1963