Gallery: Pizza Art

<em>PIZZA PIZZA</em>

By Tom Brown
2010. Oil on canvas, 8 x 8 in.

Tom Brown is an instructional painter from California. Brown teaches several lessons about pallet knife painting, but this piece was actually painted using a credit card. You can see a video of how this painting was made on YouTube.

<em>The Neat Freak Pizza</em>
The Neat Freak Pizza

By Veronica Diago
Image: 7 x 7 in; sheet: 8 1/2 x 11 in Epson Premium Presentation Paper

Diago says: "I just randomly joined the terms "pizza" and "neat freak" together as part of an experiment and 'The Neat Freak Pizza' was born. It's the portrait of a pizza who is obsessed with organizing. She helplessly and constantly tries to line up her uneven, odd items neatly in rows."


By Mickael Broth
2008. Pen and ink on pescia paper, 22 x 30 in.

This work is by one of my favorite artists and Richmond, Virginia, natives.

 <em>Flying Pizza</em> from the portfolio <em>New York 10</em>
Flying Pizza from the portfolio New York 10

By Claes Oldenburg 1964, published 1965. Lithograph, composition (irreg.): 15 9/16 x 21 7/16 in; sheet: 17 x 22 3/16 in. Collection at the The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Purchased by the Law Foundation Fund. © 2010 Claes Oldenburg.


By Claes Oldenburg
1966. Color lithograph, 29 3/8 x 38 1/2 in. Edition of 100. Collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Helen and Paul Anbinder. © 2010 Claes Oldenburg


By Sarah Lucas
2002. Oil, cut-and-pasted printed paper, and pencil on wood, 31 7/8 x 29 1/2 in (81 x 74.9 cm). Collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Purchased with funds provided by The Buddy Taub Foundation, Dennis A. Roach, Director. © 2010 Sarah Lucas.

Geezer is made mostly from pizza advertisements. It is part of a collection of work that Lucas dedicated to the popular London soccer player from the 1970s, Charlie George.

<em>Pizza Slice</em>
Pizza Slice

By Shawn Kenney
Acrylic, 8 x 10 in.

This slice came from Fellini Pizzeria in Providence, Rhode Island. Kenny often paints food items as part of the Will Paint for Food project, which Kenney co-founded with food writer Lydia Walshin. A portion of proceeds from sales of the work is donated "to agencies working to end hunger through education, outreach, and food distribution."

<em>Pizza from Salvation</em>
Pizza from Salvation

By Kaci Beeler
2009. Oil on canvas, 10 x 10 in.

<em>Tree And Daffodil</em>
Tree And Daffodil

By Ted Mineo
2008. Watercolor on paper, 12 x 12 in.

Ted Mineo is a Slice reader whose work has been featured on Slice before.

<em>Pronto Pizza </em>
Pronto Pizza

By Markus Hartel
2008. Photograph.

This is a great image from New York street photographer Markus Hartel.

<em>Pizza to Go</em> (detail)
Pizza to Go (detail)

By David Voisard
2005. Metal.

This sculpture sits out side of a Peter Piper Pizza chain location in the Oracle Crossings Shopping Center in Oro Valley, Arizona.

<em>Plant de tomates</em>
Plant de tomates

By Pablo Picasso
1944. Oil on canvas, 36 1/4 x 28 3/4 in.

Okay, this isn't specifically pizza, but what would pizza be with out the tomato? This is one of nine paintings of a tomato plant that Picasso made during the first two weeks of August in 1944. This particular painting was sold in 2006 at an auction at Christie's for $13,456,000 (almost twice the highest estimated price).

<em>Hot Italian Pizza</em>
Hot Italian Pizza

By Nat Norman
c. 1950. Photograph.

<em>The Roman Coliseum</em>
The Roman Coliseum

By Prudence Emma Staite
Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images
2007. Pizza dough from Pizza Express.

Staite is a food sculptor whose other works are made from butter, cheese and chocolate.

<em>The Nina, the Pinta, the Santa Maria</em>
The Nina, the Pinta, the Santa Maria

Artist unknown

This work was featured in a 2005, Columbus Day Parade float sponsored by Sorrento Cheese in Little Italy. The ships are made of Parmesan cheese, pizza dough, spaghetti, roasted red peppers, and spinach lasagna.