About the Artwork

Autographed by Stan Lee

It's in honor of all his cameo movies and his Hollywood walk of Fame plaque. I dropped it off at his house. I got a call and he said "Was that you, Bob that dropped the painting off?" He said his wife insists that I keep it in my house and not the office.

Bob and Stan Lee inside Stan's office while he autographs the painting.

“Stan was very very devoted to his wife when she died in July 2017. It was a huge loss. I knew them well when I dropped off my painting initially as a gift to STAN. He said his wife liked it so much that it was not to be put at work, but in their house. at one time I had dated their daughter briefly he and Steve were also good friends I had to call and tell him of the news of Steve’s passing. He was surprised because Steve was so young.” - Bob Womack

Robert Womack's painting of Stan Lee captures the essence of the legendary comic book writer and Marvel icon. The painting, which depicts Lee in his signature sunglasses and mustache, exudes the creativity and energy that defined Lee's career.

Womack's use of bold, vibrant colors draws the viewer's attention to Lee's face and the expressive lines around his eyes and mouth. The background of the painting features a collage of comic book panels, paying homage to Lee's groundbreaking work in the industry.

The portrait is a fitting tribute to Lee, who passed away in 2018 at the age of 95. Lee's contributions to the world of comics and pop culture cannot be overstated, and Womack's painting captures the spirit of a man who inspired generations of fans and creators.

Beyond its artistic merits, Womack's painting of Stan Lee is also a reminder of the power of art to inspire and connect us. Lee's characters and stories have resonated with people from all walks of life, and Womack's painting serves as a reminder of the impact that one person's creativity can have on the world.

In summary, Womack's painting of Stan Lee is a vibrant and dynamic tribute to a man who revolutionized the comic book industry and left an indelible mark on pop culture. It celebrates the power of art to inspire and connect us, and reminds us of the lasting impact of one person's creativity.



Size: 42" x 40"

Technique: Oil Paint on Canvas

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About the author

Bob Womack is best known for working with the famous artist Andy Warhols' apprentice Steve Kaufman. Bob has created thousands of original Pop Art paintings with Steven Kaufman in their famous Rawsak Studios located in Hollywood California.


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