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    • Dustin Call

      Kiss V by Roy Lichtenstein (Framed) from Art History 101 on Gilt

    • Melitica Maltese

      Roy Lichtenstein painted several version of cuddling couples, but Kiss V from 1964 is our favorite. A refined interpretation of a comic book illustration, the painting stylizes the figures in a pop art vocabulary, while enlarging the emotional embrace to the point of iconic impact. It’s uncertain whether the couple is being reunited or painfully saying good-bye, but what is evident from the kiss is that they are very much in love.

    • Sarah Rohrs Chapp

      "I love you, Richard. But I love red velvet cake more."

    • Helena Perantonakis

      VINTAGE POP ART Print Poster- Kiss V, 1964 by Roy Lichtenstein 11x14

    • Fabiana Coletta

      #popart #art #roylichtenstein

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