Roy LICHTENSTEIN

Born in New York in 1923. As a teenager, he began independent study of drawing and painting. In 1940 he enrolled in Ohio State University Department of Art, but was soon drafted into the Navy. After the war he reentered school and received a Master's in education. He held his first solo exhibition at Carlebach Gallery, NY in 1951. After being dismissed from his position as teacher, he worked as a graphic designer. He found another teaching positionin 1957.

LICHTENSTEIN began his pop prints in 1961. He held a solo exhibition at Leo Castelli Gallery, NY in 1962. From 1964, he devoted himself to pop prints. He exhibited at the 33rd Venice Biennale in 1966. LICHTENSTEIN would have many exhibitions and retrospectives in the States and around the world, working with prints, murals, sculptures, and video. He passed away in 1997.

 

 


"Haystack"

1969
Silkscreen
48.5x66.0cm
Ed. 250 (98/250)

"Still life with crystal bowl"

Silkscreen inlayed poster
Folding screen
Folding screen size:176.0×170.0cm

"Study for preparation"

1968
Silkscreen
43.0x77.0cm
SOLD

 

"No. 2" from <THE NEW YORK COLLECTION FOR STOCKHOLM> (JP page)
1973
Image size:30.2×22.8cm
Sheet sizxe :30.2×22.8cm
Signed

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 Exhibitions (Japanese only) 
2006
137th Gallery Exhibition: The View Toward the City    11/10 - 11/18