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By: ROY LICHTENSTEIN
Guild Hall East Hampton, 1980 by Roy Lichtenstein
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ARTIST FEATURE: ROY LICHTENSTEIN A name synonymous with Pop Art, Roy Lichtenstein is amongst the biggest American artists of the 1960s, best known for his distinctive, comic strip style pieces. Famously combining traditional art techniques with ‘low brow’ subject matter such as comics and cartoons, Lichtenstein’s work directly challenged the limitations and scepticism of the abstract expressionist movement of the time. CREATING POP ART THROUGH PARODY In a similar vein to peers such as Richard Hamilton and Andy Warhol, Lichtenstein’s subject matter and art style incorporated pop culture, commercialism, mass-art production, and popular illustration. However, it was Lichtenstein’s use of ...