ROY LICHTENSTEIN (1923-97) An American painter, print-maker and decorative artist who achieved fame in the 1960s. His paintings, based on motifs and procedures of comic strips and advertisements established him as one of the central figures of American Pop Art. Using bright strident colors and techniques such as Ben-Day dots, he ironically incorporates mass-produced emotions and objects into highly sophisticated references to art history. His Pop images of spectacular color, often with vernacular imagery and witty texts, lend themselves to multiple interpretations.

Original Offset Lithograph in colors on three sheets of wove paper, from one of multiple editions of approximately 3000 printed since 1966. Three individual sheets with full margins measuring 25.25" x 20.75" each. Combined paper size all together: 25" x 61.875." Unsigned & unnumbered. Printed by Drikkerj Luii & Co. Published by the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Excellent Condition; unframed. Certificate of Authenticity included.

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