The American pop artist Roy Lichtenstein (1923 – 1997) became an influential figure during the 1960s, and is celebrated for his comic book inspired artworks. Whilst reflecting the content, Lichtenstein’s work transformed the scale and the context of mass-produced images, a process that engendered a fierce critical debate centred on originality and snobbery in the art world. Here we explore some of the best places to view his work.
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