(1923 - 1997)
Roy Lichtenstein was active/lived in New York. Roy Lichtenstein is known for pop imagery cartoon painting.
From his studio in New York City, Roy Lichtenstein did cartoon inspired
paintings that helped launch the Pop Art movement. He was unique
in that he developed a new visual language in an avant-garde style that
was disruptive to viewers and yet was accessible and popular with
them. He also did innovative art work that incorporated many late
20th-century movements and addressed a number of social issues.
thirty-five year career of public recognition was celebrated in 1993-94
by curators of The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York with a
large scale retrospective of his work.
He was born in
Manhattan and went to high school there. By age 14, he was taking
art classes at the Parsons School of D ... Displaying 750 of 21621 characters.