Roy Lichtenstein


American

1923 – 1997

Lichtenstein was a prominent American pop artist, whose work borrowed heavily from popular advertising and comic book styles. He began his artistic career as an abstract expressionist painter exploring the ideas of spontaneity and the epoch of crisis inherent in action painting. As America began to move past the effects of World War II and into prosperous times, art no longer needed to be an emotional reaction to the effects of nuclear war and industrialization. Instead, it became a commentary on American prosperity and the commercial boom that resulted from the war efforts. Roy Lichtenstein’s paintings and prints are the embodiment of this change.

Seven Apple Woodcuts (Complete Portfolio)

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Medium: Woodcut


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Imperfect 44 3/4'' x 103''

Dimensions: 44.75 x 103 in

Medium: Lithograph, screenprint and woodcut


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Crying Girl

Dimensions: 24 x 18 in

Medium: Lithograph


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Against Apartheid

Dimensions: 23 x 30.5 in

Medium: Lithograph


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Modern Head 4

Dimensions: 20.5 x 16.75 in

Medium: Lithograph on engraved and anodized aluminum


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Brushstrokes

Dimensions: 23 x 31 in

Medium: Screenprint


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As I Opened Fire

Dimensions: 24.5 x 19.5 in

Medium: Woodcut and screenprint


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Shipboard Girl

Dimensions: 26 x 19 in

Medium: Offset lithograph in colors


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Landscape with Boats

Dimensions: 35.4 x 65 in

Medium: Lithograph and screenprint


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Nude with Yellow Pillow

Dimensions: 53 x 43 in

Medium: Relief print in colors


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Salute to Aviation

Dimensions: 46 x 24.75 in

Medium: Screenprint


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Bedroom, from Interior Series

Dimensions: 51 x 73 in

Medium: Woodcut and screenprint


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Water Lily

Dimensions: 18.5 x 23 in

Medium: Screenprint


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Crak!

Dimensions: 19.3 x 27.6 in

Medium: Offset Lithograph


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Nude with Blue Hair

Dimensions: 51.25 x 31.5 in

Medium: Lithograph


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