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Roy Lichtenstein 1963 Serigraph

Lot 4992 Details

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Roy Lichtenstein 1963 Serigraph Approx 20x22 inches. Professionally framed. Includes certificate of authenticity.
Condition
This is in excellent condition. (1923-1997) Roy Lichtenstein was one of the first American Pop artists to achieve widespread renown, and he became a lightning rod for criticism of the movement. However, the mature Pop style he arrived at in 1961, which was inspired by comic strips, was greeted by accusations of banality, lack of originality, and, later, even copying. His high-impact, iconic images have since become synonymous with Pop art, and his method of creating images, which blended aspects of mechanical reproduction and drawing by hand, has become central to critics' understanding of the significance of the Pop Art movement.
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Roy Lichtenstein 1963 Serigraph

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4992: Roy Lichtenstein 1963 Serigraph

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Est. $2,500 - $3,000Starting Price $100
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Lot 4992 Details

Description
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Roy Lichtenstein 1963 Serigraph Approx 20x22 inches. Professionally framed. Includes certificate of authenticity.
Condition
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This is in excellent condition. (1923-1997) Roy Lichtenstein was one of the first American Pop artists to achieve widespread renown, and he became a lightning rod for criticism of the movement. However, the mature Pop style he arrived at in 1961, which was inspired by comic strips, was greeted by accusations of banality, lack of originality, and, later, even copying. His high-impact, iconic images have since become synonymous with Pop art, and his method of creating images, which blended aspects of mechanical reproduction and drawing by hand, has become central to critics' understanding of the significance of the Pop Art movement.

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