Andrew Wyeth's Iconic Image Remade with Oil Spill by UK Artists in Shell Protest

  • May 26, 2015 11:31

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Kennardphillipps recreation of Andrew Wyeth's Christina's World.

The open field and quaint house depicted in Andrew Wyeth's famous painting "Christina's World" have been replaced with the dirty gloom of an oil spill by a group of UK artists. The figure's pink dress appears in stark contrast to dark and smoky oil fields.

British art collective Kennardphillipps recreated the work as part of a Greenpeace video campaign against Shell’s exploration of the Arctic.

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