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Roy Lichtenstein Redux


The Final part of our Roy Lichtenstein season, features the best of what has gone before plus new idiosyncratic rarities.


The season has concentrated on personal projects and ephemeral works spanning the five decades of Roy Lichtenstein's career 


Pre-pop prints from 'Polemic' issued in 1957 and 1959, plus an enlarged selection of source materials for Lichtenstein's earliest Pop Art Paintings are key to this unique view of Lichtenstein's artistic canon.


Along with newly added silkscreen prints we are happy to highlight the artist's wit with his relatively well known "Paper Plate (1969)" created for Bert Stern's On First store and Paper Hat (1968) for Bill Copley's S.M.S. project. 


Others are more personal such as Lichtenstein's cover and sticker design for Dorothy Herzka's (later Dorothy Lichtenstein) book POP ART ONE, and his lithograph for the Frank O'Hara commemorative publication In Memory of my Feelings. 


The Roy Lichtenstein season has been designed to offer an intimate insight into an artist who is primarily known for his epic iconic images. On every level it has been one of the gallery's most ambitious undertakings, and thankfully its most successful.


Artist ( Description ): 

Roy Lichtenstein

Venue ( Address ): 

A&D Gallery, 51 Chiltern Street, London W1U6LY

A&D Gallery , London

Other events from A&D Gallery

The first UK exhibition of William Kennedys's Photographs of Andy Warhol
William Kennedy's Photographs of Andy Warhol
11/28/2015 to 12/23/2015
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Love is a Pink Cake
Her 81 Paces - New works by Anna Jung Seo
In Memory of My Feelings – Part One - Artists’ response to the poems of Frank O’Hara



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