Finger Pointing, 1970

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Finger Pointing, 1970

1,200.00

Roy Lichtenstein (American, 1923-­1997)                 

Medium: Lithograph on J.A. Dessin wove paper.

Edition: 180

Printer/Publisher: Imprimeries Reunies of Lausanne, Switzerland

Dimensions:  8" x 11" (19" x 19" with frame)

"Everybody has called Pop Art 'American' painting, but it's actually industrial painting. America was hit by industrialism and capitalism harder and sooner and it's values see more askew..." - Roy Lichtenstein

Between 1950 and the mid 1960s a number of American artists found themselves influenced by the imagery and motifs of comic strips. In 1958 Lichtenstein produced drawings of comic strip characters. He portrayed artificiality in his images by painting them as if they had come from a commercial press, with flat, single­-color dots like that of the newspaper. By hand, and with much precision, he rendered his works of art using paint and stencils.

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