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Roy Lichtenstein 1923-1997
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  • Roy Lichtenstein 1923-1997

  • Would you consider this art?

    Do you think this belongs in a museum?

    What is this?

  • Lichtenstein's first well known piece

    goes back to 1956, when he created the

    famous Ten Dollar Bill print

  • Then followed a three year period of abstract

    painting.

    "Abstract Expressionism" was the dominating

    art movement at that time.

    Lichtenstein was then in his late

    thirties and still an unknown

    artist.

  • • The drastic change in Lichtenstein's career came with his first painting in the style of a comic strip.

    • It was a painting of Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, called “Hey Mickey”.

    The story goes, that

    he painted it for his

    kids who had

    provoked him by

    saying that

    "daddy could not

    paint as well as the

    images in the comic

    books".

  • These are some of

    Lichtenstein’s first works.

    What is the same in all of

    these paintings.

    Why do you think he used only these 3 colors?

  • • Lichtenstein worked a lot

    with stencils, producing rows

    of oversized Ben-day dots,

    that make his paintings look

    machine made.

    • He did not want his brush

    strokes to be seen. He used

    what he called “The

    Mechanical Hand”

  • •His work defined the basic

    premise of pop art through

    parody.

    •Favoring the comic strip as

    his main inspiration,

    Lichtenstein produced hard-

    edged, precise compositions.

    •His work was heavily

    influenced by both popular

    advertising and the comic book

    style.

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  • Almost all of Lichtenstein's artwork was influenced by

    actual, published comics. (Created by other people)

  • Would you consider this original

    work or copied?

    (Keep in mind that most of his work sells for in the millions!!)

  • Most of

    Lichtenstein’s

    later works look

    like this….

    What similarities

    do you see in

    these pieces?

  • He then added something else to his emotional

    pieces…

    Thought &

    Word

    Bubbles!

  • He also made a series of still life paintings.

    Using Ben-day dots and stripes he made his still life’ truly unique.

  • • His later works seem to reflect the Cubist

    style.

    Does this work remind you of any other painters work?

  • Pablo Picasso

    What are some similarities between these two pieces?

    Lichtenstein Picasso

  • And even a Surreal style.

    Lichtenstein

    Salvador Dali

    What are some similarities between these two pieces?

  • In the late 1980s and

    early 1990s he returned

    to the use of Ben-Day

    dots in a new and refined

    application of his earlier

    style.

    Without dots

    With dots

  • Roy Lichtenstein is seen as the second

    most influential Pop Artist

    next to Andy Warhol.

    Roy Lichtenstein died September 30, 1997, at the age of 73.


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