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Roy Lichtenstein

My style is as artificial as possible.

Roy Lichtenstein is born in Pittsburg (USA) in 1923 and comes from a wealthy family of New Yorker upper class. It is in his teens during his spare time that he becomes interested in art and design. In 1939, after his final year of high school, the young man follows summer classes at the Art Students League of New York. During his schooling, Lichtenstein develops a passion for jazz music. In 1942, . . .

3 work(s) available / 1 "Ladies of my street" work(s)

Invitation card
Invitation card
Kunst der sechziger...
Issue
Apple, Daniel...
Poster

Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)

Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)
Not carried out to date. All the "catalogues raisonnés"

Bibliographic track & more

to read about the artist :
  • Special R. Lichtenstein , in Artstudio n20, Paris, collectif, Printemps 1991
  • Roy Lichtenstein , Diane Waldman, Ed. Abrams, New York, 1994
  • Lart de Roy Lichtenstein , B. Aldelman et C. Tomkins, Ed. Altina, 1994
  • Evolution, R. Lichtenstein , M. Restellini, Ed. Pinacothque de Paris, 2007
To read from the artist :
Aventure de lart moderne , vido n10/13 de la srie, C. Vilardebo, FR3, 1980

Website :
www.lichtensteinfoundation.org/

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Art movements

  • + POP'ART / 1955-1970 / Pauline Boty, Sigmar Polke, Romero Britto, Tom Wesselmann, etc.
All art movements

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