Photorealist painter Thomas Blackwell, born in 1938, is best known for his depictions of the urbanscape and the various reflections of windows. He started out as an abstract painter influenced by the Pop Art movement.
Blackwell moved on to a primary interest in painting large-scale works featuring the gleaming surfaces of machinery, metal and glass, mainly in airplanes and motorcycles, but later in urban store fronts and windows. He used photographs from magazines as the source of his subject matter, as well as taking his own photos.
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