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Roy Lichtenstein, Vol. 1
Lawrence Alloway
0896593312
June 1987
Paperback
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Language Notes
Text: German, English --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.


Roy Lichtenstein
Mike Venezia
0516220306
September 2001
Library Binding
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Language Notes
Text: German, English --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.


Roy Lichtenstein: Prints 1956-1997: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and Family Foundation
Roy Lichtenstein
0975566210
October 2005
Hardcover
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Book Description
Think "Roy Lichtenstein" and you probably conjure up comic strip-based paintings and the colorful dots that comprise them. Lichtenstein intended his now iconic depictions of characters in tense, dramatic situations as commentaries on modern man's plight, in which the media--magazines, television, and advertisements--shapes everything, including our emotions. Many of the same concepts behind the artist's paintings apply to the significant number of prints he produced in the latter part of this life. Focused on works created from the mid-50s until his death in 1997, this exhibition catalogue gives a full overview of Lichtenstein's printmaking accomplishments. Accompanying reproductions of the artist's works are essays by two outstanding scholars: Dave Hickey, a MacArthur Award-winning writer on art and culture; and...


Roy Lichtenstein
Roy Lichtenstein (Artist)
3883759651
October 2005
Hardcover
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Roy Lichtenstein
Mike Venezia
0613503627
Mar 2002
Hardcover
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Roy Lichtenstein (Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists Series)
Mike Venezia
0516259636
March 2002
Paperback
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Art Ed Books and Kit
Janet Boris
0810967774
Apr 2001
Paperback
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Book Description
Ideal for Any Aspiring Artist The Art Ed Books and Kits include: paper, non-toxic paint, oil pastels, pencils, brushes, palettes, glue—whatever the artist actually uses or used. In addition, a 24-page full-color book in each kit provides a biography of the artist and discusses his or her life and career, with full-color art reproductions as well as photographs of the artist in the studio. And, an 8-page activity book provides easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions to help children create their own masterpieces. Each kit is approved by the individual artist or his/her estate. With Art Ed Books and Kits, children not only learn about great artists, they can learn to paint like them, too. Art Ed is the ideal kit for any aspiring artist! A portion of the proceeds from Art Ed Books and Kits benefits Studio in A...


Lichtenstein
Nacional Bellas Instituto
9701813588
August 2001
Paperback
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Roy Lichtenstein
Gail Stavitsky
081353738X
Oct 2005
Paperback
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Roy Lichtenstein Reflections
D. Waldman
8843572873
July 2000
Paperback
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Language Notes
Text: Italian, English


Roy Lichtenstein
Lawrence Alloway
0896593304
Aug 1983
Hardcover
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Language Notes
Text: German, English --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.


Roy Lichtenstein
Robert Fitzpatrick
1555952054
April 2001
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
Showcasing "settings in which daily life and private acts can only be imagined," Roy Lichtenstein: Interiors presents (mostly previously unpublished) work from a 1999 exhibit at Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art curated by museum director Robert Fitzpatrick and Dorothy Lichtenstein. The book features works from the artist's nudes series of the '90s and other work from the last decade. Continuing to borrow images and ideas from pop culture, Lichtenstein recast them in his inimitable, humorous, comic-strip style characterized by oversize pixels, flat light and primary colors. Also included are sketches, drawings, clippings from his scrapbook and photos of his sculptures. Essays by the two curators, the late Leo Castelli and others cover biography, reception and reminiscence. Copyright 2001 Cahners Business...


Image Duplicator: Roy Lichtenstein and the Emergence of Pop Art
Michael Lobel
0300087624
February 2002
Hardcover
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From Library Journal
Among the many retrospective texts written in the years following Lichtenstein's death in 1997, this offers an unprecedented and cogent reappraisal of the artist's participation in the pop art movement between the late 1950s and mid-1960s. It also provides valuable insight into the nature of the union between psychology and commerce in both the marketplace and the pop aesthetic of this period. Lobel (art history, Bard Coll.) presents Lichtenstein as a shrewd if occasionally ironic manipulator of lowbrow cultural ephemera who struggled with the paradox of being a painter in the age of mechanical reproduction and who, consequently, transformed elements of mass culture into sly, sometimes self-effacing intellectual puns. Lobel's argument is well crafted and concise, and over the course of five chapters, he entices the...


Roy Lichtenstein
Dave Hickey
097138441X
Jan 2002
Hardcover
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From Library Journal
Published to accompany an exhibition of the same name mounted in New York City by Mitchell-Innes & Nash, the new representatives of the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation and Estate, this catalog chronicles the genesis and evolution of Lichtenstein's reconstituted brushstroke. Hickey, a cult figure, author (The Invisible Dragon), and professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, opens the catalog with an essay that, while somewhat presumptive in its interpretation of Lichtenstein's intentions, offers keen insights into the period in which the artist came of age. Hickey also reacquaints the reader with the wry wit and shrewd conceptualism of Lichtenstein's artistic transliterations. Denuded of all text, the catalog of plates following Hickey's essay appears to be geared toward encouraging aesthetic appreciation of...


Times Square Mural
Rick Moody
0971384452
Jan 2003
Paperback
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Book Description
Twelve years ago, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Arts for Transit commissioned Roy Lichtenstein to create a mural for the Times Square subway station at 42nd Street and Broadway in Manhattan. Fabricated by Lichtenstein in 1994, the mural was finally unveiled on September 5, 2002, a gift from the artist to all New Yorkers. Standing 6 feet high and 53 feet long, the mural provides a skyline view of a futuristic metropolis, as represented through Lichtenstein's trademark benday dots and comic book flair. The development of the mural is explored here through an essay by Harvard University scholar Scott Rothkopf and "Report on Miniaturization (Metropolis, 2030 A.D.)," a new, specially commissioned short story by Rick Moody. In this appropriately oversized book, viewers get a glimpse of Lichtenstein's...


Prints of Roy Lichtenstein: A Catalogue Raisonne 1948-1997
Mary Lee Lee Corlett
1555951961
August 2002
Hardcover
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Book Description
This long-awaited reissue makes this indispensable reference available again in a revised and enlarged editions that catalogues, for the first time, all of Roy Lichtenstein's graphic oeuvre, including twenty-three prints created between 1993 and his death in 1997.

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