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1983 Roy Lichtenstein French Art Exhibition Offset Lithograph. Printed in France by Galerie Templon and Le Chapire.


Size: 29.5ʺW x 25.1ʺH.


Condition: Excellent condition with some very faint edge creases.


About the Artist - Roy Lichtenstein

Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) was an American pop artist renowned for his comic book-inspired, bold, and highly recognizable artworks. Born in New York City, he began his artistic career as a painter and art instructor, working primarily in abstract expressionism.


Lichtenstein gained fame in the early 1960s when he transitioned to the pop art movement. He used Ben-Day dots, a printing technique, to create a mechanical and almost cartoon-like aesthetic in his paintings. His iconic work "Whaam!" (1963) exemplifies this style.


An interesting facet of Lichtenstein's career is his appropriation of popular culture imagery, including comic strips and advertisements, to comment on mass consumerism and the banality of modern life. His work was often seen as a parody of the art world's obsession with high culture.


Throughout his career, Lichtenstein explored various styles and mediums, including sculpture and printmaking. His impact on the pop art movement and contemporary art, in general, is profound, making him a celebrated figure in 20th-century art history.

1983 Roy Lichtenstein French Art Exhibition Lithograph

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