Thomas Fuchs' A Huddled Mass of Liberties Part II Paintings Show U.S. Landmarks

By: Emily Evans - Published: • References: thomasfuchs & behance.net
Art is a great way to show patriotism, as these Thomas Fuchs A Huddled Mass of Liberties Part II paintings prove. Although these might not be the most accurate depictions of the Statue of Liberty landmark, they still show it off in a great light.

The Thomas Fuchs A Huddled Mass of Liberties Part II paintings follow in the footsteps of his first series of art featuring the Statue of Liberty. Fuchs was born in Germany and lived there for quite some time before eventually ending up in his current dwelling in New York City. From boomerangs to martini glasses and even an occasional ice cream cone, these Thomas Fuchs A Huddled Mass of Liberties Part II paintings certainly capture the Statue of Liberty in all her glory. Stats for Patriotic Pop Art Trending: Older & Mild
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