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Featuring the work of: ROY LICHTENSTEIN.

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Abstract Expressionism Focused on elements rather than objects Pop Art was originally a U.S. and British movement in the 1950s and 60s to react against Abstract Expressionism Abstract Expressionism Focused on elements rather than objects Pop Art Focused on recognizable objects
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Featuring the work of: ROY LICHTENSTEIN Abstract Expressionism Focused on elements rather than objects
Pop Art was originally a U.S. and British movement in the 1950s and 60s to react against Abstract Expressionism Abstract Expressionism Focused on elements rather than objects Pop Art Focused on recognizable objects Television and Commercials made ordinary objects seem extraordinary!
Other Pop Art Influences Fast Food restaurants in the 1950s turned sandwiches into a mass-produced item Television and Commercials made ordinary objects seem extraordinary! Pop Art thus creates the beginningsof POSTMODERNISM Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) Created art with a COMIC-BOOK style
Colors are basic, black-outlined Skin colors created with BENDAY DOTS Just like the COMIC BOOKS! BENDAY DOTS Just like the COMIC BOOKS!
Inexpensive Printing Repeated Dots Staggering Pattern Colors Blend BENDAY DOTS Girl with Hair Ribbon Lichtenstein Masterpiece Lichtenstein Roy Lichtenstein, Temple of Apollo, 1964. POP ART Roy Lichtenstein, Bedroom at Arles, 1992. Screenprint. POP ART Variety of Line Designs
Roy Lichtenstein Roy Lichtenstein Variety of Line Designs Vincent Van Gogh Roy Lichtenstein, Go For Baroque, 1969. POP ART Roy Lichtenstein Cubist Still Life with Playing Cards, 1974.
POP ART Variety of Line Designs Roy Lichtenstein, BMW 320i, 1977. POP ART Roy Lichtenstein Roy Lichtenstein Sculpture Roy Lichtenstein Ads in the style of Roy Lichtenstein Ads in the style of Pop Art Characteristics of Pop Art
& Roy Lichtenstein Sharpie Outline on Selfie Photo
No Facial Features, yet. Pencil on back to cover sharpie lines Transfer your Photo Place Selfie Photo face up on top of Drawing Paper Trace all Sharpie lines with a pencil, press hard. Add Facial Features in PENCIL. Use light sketch lines. Plan your color scheme in your sketchbook 1-2 areas of bold color Remaining areas Benday Dots and Line Variety Practice in Sketchbook 2 Areas (1 color, 1 with 2 colors) Complete Pencil Drawing.
Face outline Facial Features Thought Bubble Sharpie on Drawing Paper Face and Features Sharpie ALL Lines Begin adding COLOR use sketchbook ideas one section at a time Color in One Direction!

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