Roy Lichtenstein 1923-1997
It would surprise many viewers to know that Roy Lichtenstein's works from the 1950's were realistic paintings celebrating the heroic and historic opening of the West in a style similar to Frederic Remington's. In the late 1950's he passed through a period of Abstract Expressionism. By 1961 - the "cartoon" style we now associate with the artist was becoming his trademark
The Melody Haunts My Reverie.
serigraph by Roy Lichtenstein
color silkscreen on Mylar paper
by R oy Lichtenstein