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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Portraits International by Don Koester
Serina by Don Koester
Hernando Cortez by Don Koester
Chinese Mountain by Don Koester
Phantom by Don Koester
Madonna and Child by Don Koester
Papal Guard by Don Koester
Little Matador by Don Koester
Deco Diva by Don Koester
Philippines Cariboo by Don Koester
Blue Girl by Don Koester
Rare Bird by Don Koester
URBANITY by Don Koester
FASHION MODEL by Don Koester
Hombre by Don Koester
Andes Flute by Don Koester
Cabaret by Don Koester
BIG BROTHER by Don Koester
RED MASK BULL by Don Koester
Singapore by Don Koester
Beethoven by Don Koester
Bogart by Don Koester
Guatama Buddha by Don Koester
Buddha Face by Don Koester
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About the Artist
Don Koester (1947-2021) was an avid illustrator and native to St.Louis, MO where he spent most of his life creating what could best be described as Outsider Art. He is well-known for his posters produced from thousands of original napkin illustrations created over the course of his lifetime. His multi-media pieces, which also include work on canvas and glass are brought to life through bold colors, dazzling geometric shapes and patterns, and cover a wide range of subjects.
Inspired and influenced by Picasso, Matisse, Warhol, and Peter Max, his collection pays homage to Abstract Expressionism, Cubism, and Pop Art and takes the viewer on a journey born from both reality and imagination.
Equally dedicated and prolific as a writer and storyteller, his art draws from his deep love of global culture, history, spirituality, and literature. The viewer is invited to escape into the often eccentric and always vibrant worlds and characters he has developed over several decades.
In his most recent additions to this vast collection, Don Koester began to introduce photography, capturing some of the most peaceful moments of his final years.
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