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12 Most Famous Artworks by Roy Lichtenstein

Look Mickey by Roy Lichtenstein

Roy Lichtenstein was a American Painter, Sculptor, and Lithographer and a powerful Pop artist who was born on October 27, 1923 in New York, NY and died on September 29, 1997 in New York, NY. This article covers 12 Most Famous Artworks by Roy Lichtenstein.

Whaam!

Whaam! I by Roy Lichtenstein

Whaam! I by Roy Lichtenstein

Whaam! is a diptych painting produced by Roy Lichtenstein in 1963. This work is best known works of pop art and depicts a fighter plane firing a rocket that hits a second plane which explodes in flames. This painting can be viewed at Tate Modern, London.

Drowning Girl

Drowning Girl by Roy Lichtenstein

Drowning Girl by Roy Lichtenstein

Drowning Girl is a most famous painting produced by Roy Lichtenstein in 1963. It is also known as Secret Hearts or I Don’t Care! I’d Rather Sink. This painting is described as a “masterpiece of melodrama” which uses the conventions of comic book art. This painting can be viewed at Museum of Modern Art, New York City.

Look Mickey

Look Mickey by Roy Lichtenstein

Look Mickey by Roy Lichtenstein

Look Mickey is a painting produced by Roy Lichtenstein in 1961. In this painting, the artist shows Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck during a fishing mishap and makes significant alterations to the original color source. This painting can be viewed at National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

In the Car

In The Car by Roy Lichtenstein

In The Car by Roy Lichtenstein

In the Car is a painting produced by Roy Lichtenstein in 1963. This painting is known for its record highest auction price and it is based on the September 1961 comic book series Girl’s Romances. This painting can be viewed at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh.

Ohhh…Alright…

Ohhh...Alright... by Roy Lichtenstein

Ohhh…Alright… by Roy Lichtenstein

Ohhh…Alright… is a painting produced by Roy Lichtenstein in 1964. This painting was sold at a record US $42.6 million (£26.7 million) at a sale at Christie’s in New York. The dimension of this painting is 91.4 cm × 96.5 cm.

M-Maybe

M-Maybe by Roy Lichtenstein

M-Maybe by Roy Lichtenstein

M-Maybe is a painting produced by Roy Lichtenstein in 1965. In this painting, the artist depicts an blonde attractive girl who awaits a man in a vague but urban setting. This painting can be viewed at Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany.

Girl with Ball

Girl with Ball by Roy Lichtenstein

Girl with Ball by Roy Lichtenstein

Girl with Ball is a painting produced by Roy Lichtenstein in 1961. This painting theme was inspired by a 1961 advertisement for the Mount Airy Lodge in the Pocono Mountains which was advertised around 1955. This painting can be viewed at Museum of Modern Art, New York City.

Girl in Mirror

Girl in Mirror by Roy Lichtenstein

Girl in Mirror by Roy Lichtenstein

Girl in Mirror is a painting produced by Roy Lichtenstein in 1964. It is believed that this painting exists between a total of eight and ten editions. In this painting, the artist uses Ben-Day dots and it was inspired by the New York City Subway.

Masterpiece

Masterpiece by Roy Lichtenstein

Masterpiece by Roy Lichtenstein

Masterpiece is a most famous painting produced by Roy Lichtenstein in 1962. The artist uses his classic Ben Day dots and a speech balloon. In this painting, the two figures depicted are positioned similarly to their position but appears to be in an automobile. The dimension of this painting is 137 cm × 137 cm.

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As I Opened Fire

As I Opened Fire by Roy Lichtenstein

As I Opened Fire by Roy Lichtenstein

As I Opened Fire is a painting produced by Roy Lichtenstein in 1964. The painting depicts a short few seconds during an aircraft battle on three different panels. This painting can be viewed at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.

Brushstrokes

Brushstrokes by Roy Lichtenstein

Brushstrokes by Roy Lichtenstein

Brushstrokes is a painting produced by Roy Lichtenstein in 1965. This painting is the first element of the Brushstrokes series of artworks that includes several paintings and sculptures. This painting is currently in a private collection.

Brushstroke

Brushstroke by Roy Lichtenstein

Brushstroke by Roy Lichtenstein

Brushstroke is a sculpture produced by Roy Lichtenstein in 1996. The sculpture is made up of Aluminum and regarded widely around the world as one of greatest pieces by the artist. This sculpture can be viewed at Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C., United States.

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