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    Girl with Hair Ribbon, c.1965 #RoyLichtenstein

  • Ryan Green

    Pop art by Roy Lichtenstein, Pop art is short for Popular art. Pop art is very bold with its comic book inspired design. (Roy Lichtenstein, Girl with hair ribbon 1963).

  • Karine Robin

    Roy Fox Lichtenstein, né le 27 octobre 1923 à Manhattan (New York) et décédé le 29 septembre 1997 à Manhattan, est un des artistes les plus importants du mouvement pop art américain. Ses œuvres s'inspirent fortement de la publicité et de l'imagerie populaire de son époque, ainsi que des « comics » . #Popart #lichtenstein

  • Lost Lego

    Girl with Hair Ribbon, c. 1965 Important 20th century Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein’s work came directly from the pages of pulp fiction novels and comic books. Lichtenstein (1923 – 1997) originally taught at a university, drawing inspiration from artists who depicted everyday life. He first painted semi-abstract Old West scenes, before shifting to Americana. He later produced comic strip scenes printed with a process that replicated comic book-style dots.

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