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Pop artists broke down the separation between fine art and popular culture in their work: Lichtenstein borrows the language of comics for his painting 'Whaam'. Pop art was associated to one of the key characteristics on Post-Modernism.

6th Graders did a really nice job on this project.  We started off by learning a lot about the artist Roy Lichtenstein.  We watched this video and read through this handout.  As much as I hated to, I

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I like this Pop Art style very much and believe it may register more with the younger audience of the postcard with it's bright colours and bold design,

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I like this Pop Art style very much and believe it may register more with the younger audience of the postcard with it& bright colours and bold design,

Roy Lichtenstein - 1966

Roy Lichtenstein, Thunderbolt, felt banner, 1966 - Carefully selected by GORGONIA

Really, I like everything by Roy Lichtenstein, but "Girl with Hair Ribbon" is definitely my favorite.

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Drew this in art!Pop art by Roy Lichtenstein, Pop art is short for Popular art. Pop art is very bold with its comic book inspired design. (Roy Lichtenstein, Girl with hair ribbon

Hopeless, 1963 Technique: oil Material: canvas Dimensions: 111.8 x 111.8 cm

Roy Lichtenstein, an artist whose classic paintings inspired by comic strips were a defining factor in the Pop art movement that exploded in the I've always been attracted to his style but neve.

Priorities | women kisses man made out of money • Roy Lichtenstein

This picture focuses on greed and desire of money. I like the visual metaphoric imagery of creating her lover's figure out of money. This implies that all she see's him for is his money.

This is yet another comic Pop Art piece by none other than Roy Lichtenstein. This particular piece shows a woman on the phone. As you can see, in this and many of his other works, Lichtenstein uses speech bubbles to emphasise the meaning of his artworks.

Create massive backdrops from pop art classics to emphasize parody. Roy Lichtenstein leaves it up to the viewers to decide what has just transpired in his 1964 painting of a tense phone call titled Ohhh .