Collection: Roy Lichtenstein

Roy Lichtenstein

"I think that most people think painters are kind of ridiculous, you know?"

Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) was a leading figure in the Pop Art movement. Born in New York, he gained prominence in the early 1960s for his iconic works that mimicked the style of comic strips. Lichtenstein's use of bold colors, Ben-Day dots, and thick outlines became his signature. He explored themes of consumer culture and mass media, often reinterpreting famous artworks.

Beyond painting, he also worked in sculpture and created public art installations. Lichtenstein's impact on contemporary art remains significant, and his legacy endures as a pioneer of Pop Art.

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