An emblematic protagonist of the New York art scene in the second half of twentieth century, Roy Lichtenstein became a legend in his prolific lifetime. Even now, thirteen years after his death, his works and lexicon of symbols, subjects, and themes continue to intrigue the art world. Published on the occasion of the major exhibition at the Milan Triennial, this monograph covers the entire artistic development of Roy Lichtenstein, through more than 250 paintings and sculptural works, a rich photographic section including unpublished material, and critical text.
Hardcover. 372 pages.