About Robert Lenkiewicz
Vagabond, iconoclast, and famed painter Robert Lenkiewicz and his paintings have had an enormous impact on British culture and art. His unique interpretations of life were popular with the people, despite resistance from some high art circles. His canvasses focused on outsider communities, such as vagrants and the disabled, and on darker themes, such as death. After a prolific era of production in the '60s and '70s, Lenkiewicz made his first real impact on British culture when he faked his own death in the early '80s. After getting picked up by a major gallery in the early '90s, he would go on to wide success. The distinct look of his paintings makes them dramatic standouts in any space. Collectors of works by Robert Lenkiewicz have a variety of items from which to choose, including original canvasses, replicas, or limited edition, signed prints. Many Lenkiewicz paintings and prints are available framed, making them ready to hang as soon as they arrive. For a conversation-starter, decorate your home with the important and eccentric works of art by Lekiewicz.