Viewers are left in suspense again by this latest romantic narrative.

Glamorous women were Lichtenstein fodder throughout his Pop Art period, on this occasion capturing a discontented woman proclaiming, "Ohh ... Alright ...".

The 1960s were full of such portraits from this artist's work and this approach remains popular and accessible today. His ability to create stories within his cartoon canvases remains refreshing and appeals to mainstream tastes.

American art was making huge strides in the 1960s, developing new ideas for modern art movements. Lichtenstein brought us Pop Art polka dots, whilst drip painting came from Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko delivered colour field painting.