Silk Screen Poster

ROY LICHTENSTEIN ART OF THE SIXTIES 1979 Silkscreen Exhibition Poster Framed

ROY LICHTENSTEIN ART OF THE SIXTIES 1979 Silkscreen Exhibition Poster Framed
ROY LICHTENSTEIN ART OF THE SIXTIES 1979 Silkscreen Exhibition Poster Framed
ROY LICHTENSTEIN ART OF THE SIXTIES 1979 Silkscreen Exhibition Poster Framed
ROY LICHTENSTEIN ART OF THE SIXTIES 1979 Silkscreen Exhibition Poster Framed
ROY LICHTENSTEIN ART OF THE SIXTIES 1979 Silkscreen Exhibition Poster Framed
ROY LICHTENSTEIN ART OF THE SIXTIES 1979 Silkscreen Exhibition Poster Framed
ROY LICHTENSTEIN ART OF THE SIXTIES 1979 Silkscreen Exhibition Poster Framed
ROY LICHTENSTEIN ART OF THE SIXTIES 1979 Silkscreen Exhibition Poster Framed
ROY LICHTENSTEIN ART OF THE SIXTIES 1979 Silkscreen Exhibition Poster Framed
ROY LICHTENSTEIN ART OF THE SIXTIES 1979 Silkscreen Exhibition Poster Framed
ROY LICHTENSTEIN ART OF THE SIXTIES 1979 Silkscreen Exhibition Poster Framed
ROY LICHTENSTEIN ART OF THE SIXTIES 1979 Silkscreen Exhibition Poster Framed

ROY LICHTENSTEIN ART OF THE SIXTIES 1979 Silkscreen Exhibition Poster Framed

Art of the Sixties: from the Ludwig Museum. Exhibition was on view at the Tel Aviv Museum, Israel, May - July 1979. Printed in silkscreen from a painting titled. Printed in Israel by Shaul Zayg Studio. 33" x 33" image (52" x 40-1/2" x 1 framed).

Apparently trimmed in length a few inches. Not examined out of frame.

Is a 1965 pop art painting by Roy Lichtenstein. It is one of his romance comics-based works. Prices for his work rose quickly. In 1965, German collector Peter Ludwig asked Castelli, what price Lichtenstein might accept to sell M-Maybe from his personal collection.

Depicts an attractive girl, which is typical of Lichtenstein's romance comics adaptations. As is a common theme among these works, she awaits a man in a vague but urban setting. The thought bubble reads " MMaybe he became ill and couldnt leave the studio ". The text and her expression jointly capture her continuing worry and anticipation.

David Britt likens the work to Victorian narrative painting because Lichtenstein invites much speculation with the work, including the identities of the present and absent subjects of the work as well as the " nature of the situation " i. E, what might be holding up his arrival. PLEASE SEE MY OTHER AUCTIONS BY CLICKING MY.

The item "ROY LICHTENSTEIN ART OF THE SIXTIES 1979 Silkscreen Exhibition Poster Framed" is in sale since Friday, February 15, 2019. This item is in the category "Art\Art Posters". The seller is "thearteryfineart" and is located in Miami, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.

: Unsigned

  • Subject: Figures & Portraits
  • Style: Pop Art
  • Size: 50 x 39 in. poster sheet*
  • Date of Creation: 1970-1989
  • Artist: Roy Lichtenstein
  • Framed/Unframed: Framed
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Features: Framed
  • Quantity Type: Single-Piece Work
  • Originality: Open Edition Print
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Year: 1965/1979
  • Width (Inches): 39
  • Height (Inches): 50

  • ROY LICHTENSTEIN ART OF THE SIXTIES 1979 Silkscreen Exhibition Poster Framed