Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) was a Pop artist whose work was torn from the pages of torrid pulp fiction novels and classic comic books. First painting semi-abstractions of the Old West, he later depicted 20th-century Americana such as Mickey Mouse and bubble gum wrappers. In 1961, he began exclusively painting comic strip scenes printed with a process that simulated photo-engraving dots, producing images that utilized a mass-produced and impersonal aesthetic to create surprisingly intimate work.
High-quality print on heavy paper. Printed with vibrant color-fast inks. Framed in a contemporary ash ArtBlock with white limed-colored molding. ArtBlock is ready to hang.