TYLER SEAN’s Stunning Homage to Alexander Hamilton

4/22/2021


The Man that inspired the Hit Musical “Hamilton” and is immortalized on our 10 Dollar Bill is the subject of TYLER SEAN latest creations….HAMILTON is a one of the most sort after elements of “Catching Capitalism”

TYLER SEAN continues to perfect his process….already, he has

and now we are very pleased to share with you this full presentation of….

“Hamilton Hemingway” 45x45

ENJOY

Greater refinement of Tylers his process sees, a more simplistic elegance and many more hours to create (one Artwork has 144 layers of Spray paint)…..TYLER SEAN’s much anticipated new collection

these pieces aren’t pro or anti capitalism. theres amazing detail in his face and i wanted to stretch my process in order to achieve it.” TYLER SEAN

Alexander Hamilton (January 11, 1755 or 1757 – July 12, 1804) was an American statesman, politician, legal scholar, military commander, lawyer, banker, and economist. He was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. He was an influential interpreter and promoter of the U.S. Constitution, as well as the founder of the nation's financial system, the Federalist Party, the United States Coast Guard, and the New York Post newspaper. As the first secretary of the treasury, Hamilton was the main author of the economic policies of George Washington's administration.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Hamilton

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“I Like Canadians" (by Ernest Hemingway)

Ernest Hemingway (Milan, 1918)

I like Canadians.
They are so unlike Americans.
They go home at night.
Their cigarettes don't smell bad.
Their hats fit.
They really believe that they won the war.
They don't believe in Literature.
They think Art has been exaggerated.
But they are wonderful on ice skates.
A few of them are very rich.
But when they are rich they buy more horses
Than motor cars.
Chicago calls Toronto a puritan town.
But both boxing and horse-racing are illegal
In Chicago.
Nobody works on Sunday.
Nobody.
That doesn't make me mad.
There is only one Woodbine.
But were you ever at Blue Bonnets?
If you kill somebody with a motor car in Ontario
You are liable to go to jail.
So it isn't done.
There have been over 500 people killed by motor cars
In Chicago
So far this year.
It is hard to get rich in Canada.
But it is easy to make money.
There are too many tea rooms.
But, then, there are no cabarets.
If you tip a waiter a quarter
He says "Thank you."
Instead of calling the bouncer.
They let women stand up in the street cars.
Even if they are good-looking.
They are all in a hurry to get home to supper
And their radio sets.
They are a fine people.
I like them.

-- Ernest Hemingway

"I Like Americans" (by Ernest Hemingway)

Ernest Hemingway (Milan, 1918)

I like Americans.
They are so unlike Canadians.
They do not take their policemen seriously.
They come to Montreal to drink.
Not to criticize.
They claim they won the war.
But they know at heart that they didn't.
They have such respect for Englishmen.
They like to live abroad.
They do not brag about how they take baths.
But they take them.
Their teeth are so good.
And they wear B.V.D.'s all the year round.
I wish they didn't brag about it.
They have the second best navy in the world.
But they never mention it.
They would like to have Henry Ford for president.
But they will not elect him.
They saw through Bill Bryan.
They have gotten tired of Billy Sunday.
Their men have such funny hair cuts.
They are hard to suck in on Europe.
They have been there once.
They produced Barney Google, Mutt and Jeff.
And Jiggs.
They do not hang lady murderers.
They put them in vaudeville.
They read the Saturday Evening Post
And believe in Santa Claus.
When they make money
They make a lot of money.
They are fine people.

-- Ernest Hemingway

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