Impressionist Paintings of ‘Seinfeld’

Impressionist Paintings of ‘Seinfeld’

Friday April 14, 2017 Written by Genevieve

Seinfeld artwork

Whether you think that Seinfeld was the greatest TV show ever made or merely second fiddle to Curb Your Enthusiasm, we can all agree on one thing: Morgan Blair’s Seinfeld-inspired oil paintings have a certain kavorka to them.

The show’s most iconic moments are all there – the Junior Mint flying through the surgery theatre; Kramer's be-jockeyed modelling stint at Calvin Klein; the reveal of David Puddy’s obnoxious 8-Ball jacket; Fussili Jerry. But Blair's paintings also capture some of the show's subtler scenes: George gazing blankly at something; Jerry face-palming; Newman standing in the post office.

Clearly the work of a Seinfeld obsessee, the paintings comprise a collection with so much giddyup you’d have to be a mimbo born in a bubble to think otherwise. (Not that there’s anything wrong with that.)

Seinfeld art

Seinfeld artwork

Seinfeld artwork

Seinfeld artwork

Seinfeld artwork

Seinfeld artwork