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POP Art #4 Art Print

Give some POP! this Valentine's Day

In the car, 1963 Technique: magna Material: canvas Dimensions: 172.7 x 203.2 cm Gallery: Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, UK

In the car, 1963 Technique: magna Material: canvas Dimensions: 172.7 x 203.2 cm Gallery: Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, UK

"Crying Girl" (1964) by Roy Lichtenstein, I've always much preferred Roy Lichenstein to Andy Warhol when it comes to pop art.

"Crying Girl" (1964) by Roy Lichtenstein, I've always much preferred Roy Lichenstein to Andy Warhol when it comes to pop art.

Really, I like everything by Roy Lichtenstein, but "Girl with Hair Ribbon" is definitely my favorite.

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Really, I like everything by Roy Lichtenstein, but "Girl with Hair Ribbon" is definitely my favorite.

Roy lichenstein Pop art is about bold colours and patterns, and use of shapes to create a cartoony effect. I feel this image is important since it is of a super heroes so is relevant to the style of pop art because I feel it has a cartoony effect. I also feel the face of this womAn is very well draw.

Roy lichenstein Pop art is about bold colours and patterns, and use of shapes to create a cartoony effect. I feel this image is important since it is of a super heroes so is relevant to the style of pop art because I feel it has a cartoony effect. I also feel the face of this womAn is very well draw.

ROY LICHTENSTEIN                                                                                                                                                     Más

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Roy Lichtenstein: Modern Art I http://artcaffeine.imobileappsys.com

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Thunderbolt By Roy Lichtenstein  Media Used: Oil and Magna on Canvas  Subject Matter: Person holding Thunderbolt   Dominant Elements: Shape and Texture   Dominant Principles: Contrast and Emphasis

Thunderbolt By Roy Lichtenstein Media Used: Oil and Magna on Canvas Subject Matter: Person holding Thunderbolt Dominant Elements: Shape and Texture Dominant Principles: Contrast and Emphasis

ROY LICHTENSTEIN http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/roy-lichtenstein/ #RoyFoxLichtenstein #RoyLichtenstein #popArt ”OMG!, I’m so retro!”

ROY LICHTENSTEIN http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/roy-lichtenstein/ #RoyFoxLichtenstein #RoyLichtenstein #popArt ”OMG!, I’m so retro!”

Roy Lichtenstein making Ben-day Dots, the hallmark of his  Pop-art. The Ben-Day dots printing technique dates to 1879. and Benjamin Henry Day, Jr. Ben-day overlay sheets were made in in a variety of sizes. Roy enlarged and exaggerated them in his paintings and sculptures.

Hands of Pop Artist Roy Lichtenstein at Work in His Studio

Roy Lichtenstein making Ben-day Dots, the hallmark of his Pop-art. The Ben-Day dots printing technique dates to 1879. and Benjamin Henry Day, Jr. Ben-day overlay sheets were made in in a variety of sizes. Roy enlarged and exaggerated them in his paintings and sculptures.

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