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Reaching its pinnacle during the era of Marilyn Monroe and James Bond, Pop art reflected the ideals and aspirations of a generation. By the 1960s, the movement’s bold imagery and style had become inseparable from the new consumer culture. This important book looks at British and American Pop art through the lens of portraiture, providing a fresh perspective on the movement and its innovative artists.
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Hardcover. 192 pages.
Yale University Press
W 8.50” H 11”
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