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Raymond Stuwe

  • Andy Warhol - Raymond Stuwe
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 600,00
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    Andy Warhol, born Andrew Warhola on August 6, 1928, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was an iconic figure in the art culture. Renowned for his pioneering work in various mediums such as painting, printmaking, film, and sculpture, Warhol's influence extends far beyond the boundaries of the art world, making him a central figure in the pop art movement of the 1960s.
    Throughout his career, Warhol's fascination with fame and celebrity remained a central theme in his work. He famously declared, "In the future, everyone will be famous for 15 minutes," reflecting his belief in the transient nature of celebrity in modern society. This philosophy was exemplified in his portraits of celebrities such as Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, and Elizabeth Taylor, which captured the allure and ephemeral nature of fame.
  • Blondie  - Raymond Stuwe (small)
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 800,00
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    Debbie Harry is an American singer, songwriter and actress, best known as the lead vocalist of the rock band Blondie. With her beauty, daring choice of clothing, and bleached-blonde hair, Debbie quickly became a punk icon.
    In 1980 Andy Warhol produced a number of artworks of her and in one of the photographs she wore a “Andy Warhol’s Bad” t-shirt – in Stuwe’s portrait of Debbie Harry we see “BAD” on bold red letters. Are you a Blondie fan? Then this artwork is a must have!
  • Bohemian Rhapsody - Raymond Stuwe
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 600,00
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    "Bohemian Rhapsody" is a legendary song created by the British rock band Queen. The song was released in 1975 as part of the band's album "A Night at the Opera" and has since been regarded as one of the most iconic and groundbreaking works in rock music.

    "Bohemian Rhapsody" is remarkable for its complex structure, blending elements of rock, opera, and ballad. The song consists of several distinct sections, including an introductory ballad, an operatic interlude, and an energetic rock finale. This unique structure and variation in sound make the song an incredibly eclectic and dynamic listening experience.
  • Bowie 01 (Shhh)  - Raymond Stuwe (small)
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 800,00
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    Throughout the years we have seen Raymond Stuwe (among other artists) portray David Bowie several times and we have seen him use Bowie’s iconic lightning bolt in portraits of other powerful rock icons.
    In a series of artwork by Stuwe Bowie is seen holding his finger up to his lips as if to shush the viewer. These artworks by Stuwe are based on photographer Gavin Evans’ series of photographs of the singer.
    In 1995 photographer Evans did a series of photographs of Bowie (the photoshoot is now known as “The Session”). Evans’ aim was to create individual images that would connect visually as: ‘see no evil', ‘hear no evil’ and ‘speak no evil’ that became redacted to simply ‘shush’ and ‘oi’.
  • Bowie 05  - Raymond Stuwe (small)
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Throughout the years we have seen Raymond Stuwe (among other artists) portray David Bowie several times and we have seen him use Bowie’s iconic lightning bolt in portraits of other powerful rock icons.
    In a series of artwork by Stuwe Bowie is seen holding his finger up to his lips as if to shush the viewer. These artworks by Stuwe are based on photographer Gavin Evans’ series of photographs of the singer.
    In 1995 photographer Evans did a series of photographs of Bowie (the photoshoot is now known as “The Session”). Evans’ aim was to create individual images that would connect visually as: ‘see no evil', ‘hear no evil’ and ‘speak no evil’ that became redacted to simply ‘shush’ and ‘oi’.

    Sold with frame which is included in the price.
  • Bowie 08  - Raymond Stuwe (small)
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Throughout the years we have seen Raymond Stuwe (among other artists) portray David Bowie several times and we have seen him use Bowie’s iconic lightning bolt in portraits of other powerful rock icons.
    In a series of artwork by Stuwe Bowie is seen holding his finger up to his lips as if to shush the viewer. These artworks by Stuwe are based on photographer Gavin Evans’ series of photographs of the singer.
    In 1995 photographer Evans did a series of photographs of Bowie (the photoshoot is now known as “The Session”). Evans’ aim was to create individual images that would connect visually as: ‘see no evil', ‘hear no evil’ and ‘speak no evil’ that became redacted to simply ‘shush’ and ‘oi’.
  • Bowie 10  - Raymond Stuwe (small)
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Throughout the years we have seen Raymond Stuwe (among other artists) portray David Bowie several times and we have seen him use Bowie’s iconic lightning bolt in portraits of other powerful rock icons.
    In a series of artwork by Stuwe Bowie is seen holding his finger up to his lips as if to shush the viewer. These artworks by Stuwe are based on photographer Gavin Evans’ series of photographs of the singer.
    In 1995 photographer Evans did a series of photographs of Bowie (the photoshoot is now known as “The Session”). Evans’ aim was to create individual images that would connect visually as: ‘see no evil', ‘hear no evil’ and ‘speak no evil’ that became redacted to simply ‘shush’ and ‘oi’.

    Sold with frame which is included in the price.
  • Bowie 13  - Raymond Stuwe (small)
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Throughout the years we have seen Raymond Stuwe (among other artists) portray David Bowie several times and we have seen him use Bowie’s iconic lightning bolt in portraits of other powerful rock icons.
    In a series of artwork by Stuwe Bowie is seen holding his finger up to his lips as if to shush the viewer. These artworks by Stuwe are based on photographer Gavin Evans’ series of photographs of the singer.
    In 1995 photographer Evans did a series of photographs of Bowie (the photoshoot is now known as “The Session”). Evans’ aim was to create individual images that would connect visually as: ‘see no evil', ‘hear no evil’ and ‘speak no evil’ that became redacted to simply ‘shush’ and ‘oi’.

  • Bowie Mystery  - Raymond Stuwe (small)
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 600,00
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    David Bowie, born David Robert Jones on January 8, 1947, in London, was an iconic singer, songwriter, actor, and one of the most influential figures in 20th-century popular culture. Bowie was known for his unique ability to reinvent himself and create a range of musical personas that captured the public's imagination and challenged conventions in the music world.
  • David Bowie - Raymond Stuwe
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 600,00
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    David Bowie, born David Robert Jones on January 8, 1947, in London, was an iconic singer, songwriter, actor, and one of the most influential figures in 20th-century popular culture. Bowie was known for his unique ability to reinvent himself and create a range of musical personas that captured the public's imagination and challenged conventions in the music world.
  • Ekaterina Nikulina - Raymond Stuwe
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 600,00
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  • Elvis Presley - Raymond Stuwe
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 600,00
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    Elvis Presley, often referred to as the "King of Rock and Roll," was born on January 8, 1935, in Tupelo, Mississippi, USA. He rose to prominence in the mid-1950s, becoming one of the most iconic and influential figures in the history of popular music. He's the man behind classics like "Heartbreak Hotel," "Hound Dog," "Jailhouse Rock," and "Love Me Tender." He became a cultural phenomenon, with his distinctive voice, good looks, and rebellious image making him a symbol of youth and rebellion.
  • Freddy Mercury  - Raymond Stuwe
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 600,00
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    Decisiveness, and power are certainly words that comes to mind when it comes to Freddie Mercury. As a young man he came from nowhere with a fierce determination and persistence to transform himself into the legendary Freddie Mercury.
    Mercury is (to this day) very well known for his distinctive, remarkable and absolutely powerful voice!
  • Iggy Pop  - Raymond Stuwe
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 600,00
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    Iggy Pop (also known as the "Godfather of Punk"), is an American singer, musician and songwriter of the proto-punk band The Stooges.
    Throughout his career, Pop is well known for his shocking and unpredictable stage antics, poetic lyrics and distinctive voice.
    Although Pop has had limited commercial success, he has remained a culture icon and has had a significant influence on a wide range of musicians in numerous genres.
  • Jim Morrison - Raymond Stuwe
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 600,00
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    Jimmy Morrison, born James Douglas Morrison on December 8, 1943, in Melbourne, Florida, was an American singer, songwriter, and poet, best known as the lead vocalist of the legendary rock band The Doors. Morrison was one of the most iconic and controversial figures in the history of rock music, recognized for his profound and experimental musical work as well as his intense and provocative stage presence.

    Morrison formed The Doors with keyboardist Ray Manzarek in 1965, and the band quickly achieved success with hits like "Light My Fire," "Break on Through (To the Other Side)," and "Riders on the Storm." Morrison's deep voice, enigmatic lyrics, and charismatic stage persona made him an icon in the world of rock.
  • Jimi Hendrix - Raymond Stuwe
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 600,00
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    Jimi Hendrix, born Johnny Allen Hendrix on November 27, 1942, in Seattle, Washington, USA, was one of the most influential and innovative guitarists in the history of rock music. He rose to prominence in the late 1960s with his groundbreaking approach to the electric guitar, pushing the instrument to new heights of expression and virtuosity.
    In 1966, Hendrix moved to London, where he formed the Jimi Hendrix Experience with bassist Noel Redding and drummer Mitch Mitchell. The band quickly gained attention with their electrifying live performances and Hendrix's mesmerizing stage presence. They released their debut album, "Are You Experienced," in 1967, which included classic tracks like "Purple Haze," "Hey Joe," and "The Wind Cries Mary."
  • Kurt Cobain  - Raymond Stuwe
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 600,00
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    In 1987 Kurt Cobain formed the rock band Nirvana with Krist Novoselic and Aaron Burckhard and established it as part of the Seattle music scene that later became known as grunge.
    Rolling Stone Magazine included Cobain in its lists of the “100 Greatest Songwriters of All Time”, and in 2006, he was placed 20th by Hit Parader on their list of the "100 Greatest Metal Singers of All Time".
    Cobain was talented as a songwriter and musician, and he had a powerful voice with a lot to say.
  • Mick Jagger  - Raymond Stuwe (small)
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 600,00
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    English singer and songwriter, Mick Jagger, has achieved international fame as lead vocalist and one of the founding members of rock band The Rolling Stones. He has been commonly described as one of the most influential and popular frontmen in the history of rock music. Jagger’s distinctive voice and energetic live performances have been The Rolling Stones' trademark throughout the years.
    Jagger’s voice has been described as a powerful and expressive tool for communicating feelings to his audience.
  • Rebel Rebel  - Raymond Stuwe (small)
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 800,00
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    Portrait of Freddie Mercury. Freddie Mercury, born Farrokh Bulsara on September 5, 1946, in Zanzibar (now part of Tanzania), was a legendary singer, songwriter, and the charismatic frontman of the iconic rock band Queen. Renowned for his extraordinary vocal range, flamboyant stage presence, and captivating performances, Mercury remains one of the most celebrated and influential figures in the history of popular music.
  • The Queen - Raymond Stuwe (small)
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 60 cm
    EUR 667,00
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    In 1952, at the age of just 25 years old, Elizabeth II took the throne. Her reign of 70 years and 214 days was the longest of any British monarch and the longest verified reign of any female head of state in history.
    As a queen, Elisabeth certainly had power, but she also showed strength through her domestic and international leadership; she led the UK through its recovery from World War II, through several economic crises and a pandemic.

    Sold with frame which is included in the price.
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Raymond Stuwe (born 1964 in Wald/Zurich, Switzerland)


 Raymond Stuwe has lived in Bielefeld, Germany, Bangkok, Thailand, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, USA and now lives in La Gomera, the Canary Island.

At the age of 32, because of his love of playing poker, he moved to Las Vegas. After being a marketing professional behind the poker scene, he eventually became a poker professional with entries into the World Series of Poker, The Asian Poker Tour, EC Poker Tour and the Irish Poker Open.

A burnout in 2016 marks his ‘coming out’ as an artist. In the middle of one night, he woke up and told his partner that he felt an urge to paint. With only some experience in pencil in his younger years, he bought his first acrylic paint set on 8th October 2016 and from then on Raymond never stopped painting again. Raymond: “Someone has a plan for me, that’s how it feels.” Since 1978 Raymond has been inspired by David Bowie’s music and Bowie’s totally free spirit. Logically, Bowie immediately became becomes right away his muse. When Raymond started painting after David Bowie’s death in 2016, it was the beginning of ‘StuRayArt’. For Raymond, painting feels like a direct reconnection with the happiness of drawing when he was a child. “It was the same feeling when I was six, the recognition was sensational.”

Raymond paints as an outsider, autodidact and visionary. Not troubled by any art education or experience, he experiments with different techniques like paint, pen, 24k gold, metal flakes, epoxy resins and silkscreen. He is adventurous, curious and playful. The result? Bright, fresh and super eye-catching artworks. Without a concrete idea he just starts playing and lets the piece organically grow until it touches his heart. Unique works with a simple, pure and very authentic signature, that’s ‘StuRayArt’.

Lightning bolt…
In 1973 David Bowie released his sixth album “Aladdin Sane”, and the cover has become one the most popular images of Bowie ever. The singer is portrayed with a vivid red and blue lightning bolt slashed down across his face, his eyes closed and his lips slightly parted. The red and blue lightning bolt has since become an iconic symbol and we have seen Raymond Stuwe use the lightning bolt in several of his portrait of other icons like Freddie Mercury, Mick Jagger, Debbie Harry and Queen Elizabeth II.
The lightning bolt symbol has often been associated with strength, decisiveness, and power.