Former Beatle Paul McCartney said he never wanted to be thought of as a “celebrity painter,” and so for 18 years he has avoided the kind of exhibition you are seeing thru Celebrity Art and McCartneyArt.com.
This example of his oil and acrylic paintings, marks his first major exposure as an artist in the Abstract Expressionist tradition that he favors.
McCartney began drawing, sketching and occasionally painting as a schoolboy but didn’t start painting seriously until 1983 when he was 41. He said he opted to show some of his work because “I missed getting feedback on my art, and I wanted a little of that, not so much the exhibits, but the feedback.”
Only three of his lithographs are offered for sale with the McCartney proceeds going to New York’s Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and Britain’s Garland Appeal for breast cancer research. Here is your chance to own a personally signed and numbered Paul McCartney lithograph.