Haystack 1969 oil and Magna on canvas 18 x 24 inches canvas
Crying Girl 1964 screen-print 18 x 24 inches
Reclining Nude 1980 4 color woodcut/embossing 35 x 40 1/2 inches Edition of 50
Imperfect 1988 15 color woodcut/screenprint/collage 67 x 79 7/8 inches Edition of 45
La Sortie 1991 6 color woodcut 58 1/2 x 81 inches Edition of 60
Modern Head Relief 1970 3 dimensional brass object 24 x 17 3/4 x 3/4 inches Edition of 100
Red Lamps 1991 11 color lithograph/woodcut/screenprint 57 1/4 x 78 3/4 inches Edition of 60
Shipboard Girl 1965 offset lithograph 20 1/4 x 26 1/2 inches
The Living Room 1991 11 color woodcut/screenprint 58 x 72 inches Edition of 60
This Must Be The Place 1965 offset lithograph 18 1/2 x 24 1/2 inches Edition of 280

Press Release

Roy Lichtenstein

Paintings, Drawings, Sculpture, and Prints

October 19 – November 13, 2004

 

This exhibition, entitled Paintings, Drawings, Sculpture, & Prints, will examine a selection of Lichtenstein's work from its forty-year career.

 

Lichtenstein, along with Robert Indiana, James Rosenquist, and Andy Warhol created and developed the American Pop aesthetic in the 1960's. Using his stylized combination of primary colors, black outlines, and dots of color (used in commercial half-tone printmaking), Lichtenstein often worked with comic strip imagery, bringing quotidian culture into the realm of high art. He also enjoyed using art history as subject matter, referencing masters such as Monet and Picasso. Lichtenstein continued painting, printmaking, and sculpting until his death in 1997.