A painting by Gerald Laing
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Pop art tribute for Amy Winehouse

Gerald Laing, famous for his pop art images of Brigitte Bardot and Anna Karina, is showcasing a series of Amy Winehouse paintings and drawings in London.

The renowned 1960s pop artist returned to the form in 2007 after being captivated by Amy Winehouse and her portrayal in the media.

Laing told the BBC he wanted to collate the images as a tribute to the singer.

The collection is on show at Thomas Gibson Fine Art in London and 20% of sales will be donated to the Amy Winehouse rehabilitation project.

Video produced by Rachel Curtis.

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