|Materials||Illustrated in full colour|
|Size||30 cm x 30 cm|
Roy Lichtenstein’s name is synonymous with Pop art. This dynamically designed book traces Lichtenstein’s print projects from the 1950s to the 1990s, exploring how he appropriated, transformed and remixed numerous art historical sources. Lichtenstein identified cultural clichés and repackaged them as monumental remixes and his works stand today as icons of 1960s and 1970s America. Slick, intelligent and humorous, Lichtenstein’s remixes of romance and war comics, brushstrokes and nude girls are among the best known Pop prints. This book, and the associated exhibition, considers various aspects of Lichtenstein’s practice and output through the extensive collection of the artist’s work held by National Gallery of Australia.