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    Roy Lichtenstein

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    Roy Lichtenstein Roy Lichtenstein was born in New York City on October 27th, 1923. He described his childhood as quiet and uneventful. His father was a realtor; his mother was a housewife. Art was not taught at the school Roy attended, but when he turned fourteen he began taking Saturday morning classes at the Parson’ School of Design. After he graduated from high school in 1940 he attended the School of Fine Art at Ohio State University. He was drafted however in 1943 in the middle of his education

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    pop art paintings, but what people do not know is that Roy Lichtenstein was actually the first artist to paint pop art. Lichtenstein's easy to understand paintings were a new, fascinating form of art in his age. He captivated people with his intense colors, bold outlines, and famous comic book art. Lichtenstein changed the art world forever and paved the way for other artists to explore pop art and new styles. On October 27, 1923 Lichtenstein was born in New York City. He grew up in a family with

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    Roy Lichtenstein: Pop Art

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    movement’s co-founder was also Roy Lichtenstein who, as society came to know him, was not the typical artist of his time. Roy Lichtenstein was born in New York City on October 27, 1923. His parents were Milton and Beatrice Werner Lichtenstein. Growing up, Lichtenstein grew fond of comic books and science and developed musical

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    Roy Lichtenstein was the most visual of all The Pop Artist. Explain why this may be true. Roy Lichtenstein led the way for pop artist’s and exploited it to the best that any artist could. Roy Lichtenstein led the way for pop artist’s and exploited it to the best that any artist could. Lichtenstein was born in New York in October 1923. Lichtenstein’s parents were middle class people, when he went to school art wasn’t on the curriculum. Although when he was young he did paint. Lichtenstein

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    The Met

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    I joined the class for the trip to the "Big Apple" on the eve of Halloween. We departed from a campus parking lot early Saturday morning. Our destination was the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which is located at 82nd Street and Fifth Avenue. I had never been to "the Met" before and I was very impressed. I wandered throughout the museum going from gallery to gallery until I was able to find the two paintings that interested me the most. The first painting to catch my eye was the Virgin and Child

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    troduction/ Background: The 1960s was a decade overloaded with signifiant life changing events. From Martin Luther King Jr. to the Vietnam War, the reign of Muhammad Ali and the Beatles reaching to the assassination of John F. Kennedy and the moon landing. The result of these history changing events: a new culture emerging at the beginning of the Vietnam war in the early 60s. A radical movement would start to take off called Popular Culture. First witnessed after the Industrial revolution when

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    Pop Art was a visual expressions advancement of the 1950 's and 1960 's in Britain and the United States of America. The term Pop Art insinuated the eagerness of different skilled workers in the photos of expansive correspondences, advancing, funnies and customer things. Pop Art is a shortening of Popular Art, the photos used as a piece of Pop Art were taken from standard or pop ' culture. Pop art was "a staggering celebration of life in a world recovering from war. Pop art is in a couple courses

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    Minimalism In Pop Art

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    Twenty-Five Colored Marilyns Came from a publicity photograph. Twenty-Five Colored Marilyns was done in a acrylics and Drowning Girl was done in a oil paint. Twenty-Five Colored Marilyns done in bright colors, while Drowning was done in faded colors. Lichtenstein cropped the pictures from other comic books

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    Analysis Of Barren Ground

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    never married. She suffered heart trouble in her late 60s and did not live to see In This Our Life win the 1942 Pulitzer Prize” (Glasgow). Barren Ground narrates the life of the Oa... ... middle of paper ... ... as if it’s been reprogrammed (“Roy Lichtenstein Foundation”). Thinking of Him depicts a girls sitting by herself thinking of a guy. It connects to my theme, pursuit of happiness because before Jason Greylock, Dorinda would get up, go to work at Nathan Pedlars store. On her way there, she stop

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    commercial printmaking. He used commercial printmaking to make Marilyn's face appear a lot of times. Roy Lichtensteins Drowning Girl was created in 1963. This is an image of a girl drowning. The image contains a picture of her boyfriend up above her on a boat. He also added a text of a comic book panel. The text says “I don't care! I’d rather sink than call Brad for help.” Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol are very similar artists. They are both similar because they both are in the pop-art

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