“Maybe I was a painter!” Sylvester Stallone presents more than 50 Impressionist paintings at the Osthaus Museum in Germany.
He is best known as an action hero in classic movies such as Rocky.
However, Sylvester Stallone seems to be thinking of a new career path after presenting more than 50 of his own Impressionist paintings at the Osthaus Museum Hagen in Germany until February next year.
A 75-year-old woman equipped at the Hollywood Reporter’s opening event on Friday: “You know, maybe I was a painter.”
Rocking Art: A 75-year-old Italian stallion actor from the Rocky movie presents his artwork at a German museum.
“That would certainly mean much less stress,” he added.
Sylvester Stallone: Called the Magic of Existence, this exhibition traces his work from 1966 to 2020 and portrays his character from his films “Rocky,” “Rambo,” and “Consumables.” includes.
Stallone hosted other art shows, which are the most extensive of his exhibits.
He held an exhibition in 2013 at the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg, and in 2015 he held another artwork show at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nice, France.
Portrait of the Artist: Sylvester Stallone: An exhibition called The Magic of Existence traces his work from 1966 to 2020 and includes depictions of his films Rocky, Rambo and The Expendables.
“It’s a great honor to have my work hanging next to the greatest artist in the world,” Stallone told an trade magazine.
“The world of this gallery is still a very new world for me,” he said.
Stallone said he was inspired by “action painters” like Dutch-American artist William De Kooning and American painter Jackson Pollack. Both were part of the abstract Impressionist movement.
Great Honor: “It’s a great honor to have my work hanging next to the greatest artist in the world,” Stallone said. “The world of this gallery is still a very new world for me.”
According to the publication, Stallone (his real name), who signed some of his early paintings, turned to his acting career only after these first works did not sell well.
‘I put them [$5] To get the bus fare, “he said.
Stallone has no plans to give up his day-to-day work.
He recently released a cut of director Rocky IV (Rocky vs. Drago) and is currently shooting his fourth The Expendables movie.
Hagen, with a population of about 188,000, is about 300 miles east of Berlin, near the border with the Netherlands.
Abstract influence: Stallone said he was inspired by “action painters” like Dutch-American artist William De Kooning and American painter Jackson Pollack.
Not a daily job: Stallone said he had no plans to give up his daily job