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Author: Hendrickson, JanisBrand: TaschenFeatures: TaschenBinding: HardcoverFormat: Download: Adobe ReaderNumber Of Pages: 96Release Date: 31-05-2016Details: Product Description American painter Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) pioneered a new epoch in American art, bursting onto a scene dominated by Abstract Expressionism in late 1950s New York and defining a new art vocabulary for a new era. With his groundbreaking use of industrial production techniques and trivial, quotidian imagery such as…

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Image is Copyrighted and Property of its respective owner About the ArtistKnown for his interpretation of the subjects and commercial style of cartoons and advertising, Lichtenstein launched the Pop Art movement of the 1960’s by bringing popular culture into fine art. He initially took his subject matter from True Romance and Adventure comics, as well as the Yellow Pages. His bold outlines, vivid colors, stylized forms and signature Benday dots simulated mechanical reproduction techniques…

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LICHTENSTEIN, ROY New York. Mary Boone Gallery / Rosenblum New York. Mary Boone Gallery. ROY LICHTENSTEIN: The Mirror Paintings. Unpaginated, with numerous color plates. Folio, boards. 1989.Corners of boards worn, toning to spine and edges of covers.

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A fan of pop art? If so, the name Roy Lichtenstein likely rings a bell. Renowned in the 70s as the "Prince of Pop Art", Lichtenstein made waves in the art scene with his unique, novelty style. In hand with Andy Warhol, Jasper Jones and James Rosenquist, Lichtenstein contributed heavily to the new art movement by pioneering "pop art through parody." Featuring one of Lichtenstein's most iconic works, "Stepping Out" was used to advertise his April 25th 1979 exhibit, held at Castelli Gallery on…

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Mercurio, Gianni (curator) et al. ROY LICHTENSTEIN: Meditations on Art. 372 pages, roughly 300 color and b&w plates. 4to, padded boards. Milan, Skira, 2010.

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this is a portfolio of vivid and engaging photographs by Laurie Lambrecht, who was an administrative assistant to Lichtenstein for three years. she and the artist worked together daily, and the bond between them is evident in the photographs. Lichtenstein is shown working on two major series, Reflections and The Interiors. he is completely absorbed, oblivious to the camera, as he mounts ladders, assembles colors, composes, and steps back to consider the effect.10" x 10"128 pages

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Waldman, Diane. ROY LICHTENSTEIN. 394 pp. include 250 full-color reproductions. Folio, cloth. New York, Solomon Guggenheim Museum in association with Rizzoli, 1993.A comprehensive monograph focusing on the painting and sculpture of this leading American exponent of the pop art movement, from the 1960's to the present. Published on the occasion of a major retrospective organized by the Guggenheim Museum, Deputy Director and Senior Curator Diane Waldman explores the breadth of the artist's…

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Roy Lichtenstein’s comic strip–inspired paintings and irreverent wit have resonated with art collectors and enthusiasts for over half a century. Museums and galleries compete to exhibit his work, and in the market, he is one of the most coveted names in contemporary art. Celebrated for imbuing ordinary objects from hot dogs to trash cans with monumental power, Lichtenstein defied traditional “good taste” and became part of the new avant-garde that redefined American art in the 1960s. In this…

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© Roy Lichtenstein About the ArtistKnown for his interpretation of the subjects and commercial style of cartoons and advertising, Lichtenstein launched the Pop Art movement of the 1960’s by bringing popular culture into fine art. He initially took his subject matter from True Romance and Adventure comics, as well as the Yellow Pages. His bold outlines, vivid colors, stylized forms and signature Benday dots simulated mechanical reproduction techniques. Born in New York in 1923, he studied…

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LICHTENSTEIN, ROY Schneider, Eckhard et al / Bregenz. Kunsthaus Bregenz Schneider, Eckhard (editor) et al. ROY LICHTENSTEIN. Classic of the New. 248 pp., roughly 80 color and 20 b&w plates, including numerous fold-outs. Folio, cloth. Bregenz, Kunsthaus Bregenz, 2005.Text in English.

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