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Ohhh...Alright... 1964 PrintAdded 12 months ago by rachaeljmuel via Roy Lichtenstein Roy Lichtenstein’s oil paintings were inspired by vintage comic strips and magazine advertisements, but even after the American pop artist became hugely famous, he remained modest about his achievements. “I think my work is different from comic strips,” he said in 1972, “but I wouldn’t call it transformation.” (We, on the other hand, would.) Printed on heavy paper with vibrant color-fast inks, this framed, high-quality print reproduces one of Lichtenstein’s most iconic paintings.
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