Roy Lichtenstein | Exhibition Album

An itinerary in pictures though the main artworks displayed at the Centre Pompidou during the Roy Lichtenstein exhibition, with explanatory notes.

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Roy Lichtenstein
Topics
Fine arts

Description

Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) is one of most emblematic figures of American pop art. Though he is internationally known for his paintings inspired by the imagery of comics and the world of advertising, his work is not limited to these. As he is not only a painter but also a sculptor and engraver, this album highlights his work in its entirety.
A concise book for the general public.

Descriptions & Features

Authors
Hannah Alkema, Collective
Publisher
Éditions du Centre Pompidou
Dimensions
270 mm x 270 mm x 6 mm
Publication year
2013
Number of pages
60
Number of illustrations
60
EAN
9782844266019

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