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Leo Cussen

The work of Leo Cussen draws inspiration from Hollywood’s glamour era. His pastel works are characterised by repetition, text, movement and a sense of humour. The work has an intensity which is evident by the energetic application of his chosen medium. Cussen used repetition to embody the larger-than-life spirit of Hollywood, from a time when screen legends like Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers reigned supreme. His fascination with the entertainment industry extended to the character of Dr Who, and Cussen produced an extensive series of works based on this theme. Within the context of his art-making, Cussen’s obsessions were a positive creative force.

House

House

Leo Cussen

$300.00
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Leo Cussen

$260.00
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Leo Cussen

$300.00
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Leo Cussen

$300.00
Girl playing with a tennis racquet

Girl playing with a tennis racquet

Leo Cussen

$300.00
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Leo Cussen

$300.00
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Leo Cussen

$300.00
Two girls

Two girls

Leo Cussen

$300.00
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Not titled (Fred Astaire)

Leo Cussen

$300.00
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Not titled (from Gentlemen prefer Blondes)

Leo Cussen

$300.00
Woman with balloons

Woman with balloons

Leo Cussen

$300.00
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Leo Cussen

$300.00
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Leo Cussen

$300.00
Leo Cussen ‘GOLDEN YEARS’ x Catalogue

Leo Cussen ‘GOLDEN YEARS’ x Catalogue

Leo Cussen

$10.00