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|Contributions||Tate Gallery Liverpool.|
|LC Classifications||N6537.L5 A4 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||94116605|
The catalog for the current Lichtenstein retrospective now in Chicago and which will later travel to Washington, London and Paris, this book is a complete survey of the American Pop artist's career, from his very early abstract paintings (late 's) to his last nudes ().Cited by: 3. Roy Lichtenstein, (born Octo , New York, New York, U.S.—died Septem , New York City), American painter who was a founder and foremost practitioner of Pop art, a movement that countered the techniques and concepts of Abstract Expressionism with images and techniques taken from popular culture.. As a teenager, Lichtenstein studied briefly with the painter Reginald Marsh. Roy Lichtenstein was one of the originators of this new pop movement. Fascinated by printed mass media, par-ticularly newspaper advertising and cartoon or comic book illustration, Lichtenstein developed a style charac-terized by bold lines, bright colors, dot patterns, and sometimes words. right: Roy Lichtenstein, Look Mickey, , oil on canvas. Issued in conjunction with an exhibition held at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Oct. 8, Jan. 16, , the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Jan. Apr. 3, and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, May Sept. 5, Pages:
This brief but rich book covers both biographic and art history related to Roy Lichtenstein. Venturing into the realm of the academic without becoming verbose it remains readable to most readers with some background in modern art, art The American artist Roy Lichtenstein, , is considered one of the fathers of the Pop Art movement/5. About this Item: Signed book: `Roy Lichtenstein - Lawrence Alloway`, in German, published by Verlag C. J. Bucher GmbH, Munich and Luzern, , softcover book, 8,5 x 11 inch, pages, signed on the first page in black felt tip "Roy Lichtenstein", with mild creases to the lover right corner (notably to the cover) - in fine to very fine condition. Roy Lichtenstein (illustrator). 1st edition, stated. tall 4to, glossy dec. wraps, ft wrap by Lichtenstein, trace darkening to spine and edges of wraps, else clean, tight and unworn; double panel fold-out iillus. at front; SIGNED by artist on tp and inscribed ("To John & Bob, Love, Roy Lichtenstein, '81"); internally clean and unmarked save a. Zoom in on American consumer culture with the pioneer of Pop art, Roy Lichtenstein and his Ben-Day dots, in this monograph by TASCHEN Date:
Roy Lichtenstein ( - ) encouraged a broader understanding and experience of his art for contemporary artists of his time. See less Roy Lichtenstein book subjects. Learn More about Roy Lichtenstein. Roy Lichtenstein on Google; Roy Lichtenstein at MoMA; Roy Lichtenstein was one of the pioneers of the Pop Art movement of the s. He was born in New York City in and died in His father was a prosperous realtor. Roy Fox Lichtenstein was born on Octo , in New York City, the first of two children born to Milton and Beatrice Werner Lichtenstein. Milton Lichtenstein (–) was a successful real estate broker, and Beatrice Lichtenstein (–), a homemaker, had trained as a pianist, and she exposed Roy and his sister Rénee to. The paintings of Roy Lichtenstein, who was born 94 years ago today, are some of the most iconic examples of the pop art movement of the 20th century. Author: Ben Panko.