LichtensteinPaintings.com covers the Pop Art career of American artist Roy Lichtenstein.
Roy Lichtenstein paintings are great examples of modern art from the 20th century and Roy Lichtenstein is amongst the finest American artists of all time, producing a cartoon-style approach that helps his work to stand out from all others.
This website covers all of the artist's most famous paintings and also discusses in detail both his life and career.
There is a fuller list at the bottom of this page that covers most of Lichenstein's best paintings.
Roy Lichtenstein famously created a pop art style in his art which was highly unusual at that time and was characterised by simplifying close up portraits into blocks of colour that gave a highly contemporary finish.
The artist also commonly chose glamorous women as subjects for his portraits and this made his work particularly fashionable and popular and there are clear similarities with the career of Andy Warhol who also had exceptional illustration skills which he combined with simple blocks of bold colour.
M-Maybe shown above is another classic painting by Lichtenstein and you can buy a reproduction copy of it yourself from the links above that accompany the image.
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The bold and clear lines of colour used by Lichtenstein make them exceptionally contemporary in appearance and in most homes they would be more suitable than traditional art movements like Renaissance and Baroque.
Posters are particularly suited to this type of art and so they would be perfect for students, especially with posters normally being much more cost effective options than framed art prints or bulkier stretched canvases.
It ranks as one of the most frequently reproduced of all his works and typically is served best as a posters or giclee art print, the latter offering the most accurate reproduction of colour to the original.
Roy Lichtenstein spent much of his early career at Rutgers University before choosing to leave in 1964 in order to give his painting career as much attention as possible and try to build a reputation within the world of contemporary art that at the time included other greats like Andy Warhol and David Hockney.
Leaving the university was certainly the correct decision as the skilled artist went onto produce large numbers of crtically acclaimed which otherwise he may not have had the time to do.