Medium: Two-color screenprint
Image Size: 24 x 14.25”
Sheet Size: 30 x 20.25”
Frame Size: 35.25 x 25.75”
Edition: From the edition of 100
Numbered in pencil, lower left. Signed (rf Lichtenstein) and dated (‘70) in pencil, lower right.
Reference: Corlett 100
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Medium: Screenprint in colors on 300 gram Somerset paper with full margins
Image Size: 40.5 x 30.5"
Sheet Size: 51 x 39.5"
Signed: Numbered in lower left, signed and dated "D. Lichtenstein, '98", screenprinted brushstroke in grey below signature with copyright "Estate of Roy Lichtenstein"
Reference: Corlett 311
DRAWING FOR MODULAR PAINTING WITH 4 PANELS, #3 (2)
Medium: Graphite and colored pencils on paper
Image size: 6.0125 x 6”
Sheet size: irregular; 10 x 9.825”
Frame Size: 17.75 x 17.75”
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Landscape with Boats
Medium: Lithograph and screenprint on Lanaquarelle watercolor paper
Image Size: 27 13/16 x 58 1/16”
Sheet Size: 35 3/8 x 65”
Frame Size: 73 ¼ x 43”
Numbered, signed (rf Lichtenstein) and dated (‘96) in pencil, lower right. Blind stamp, lower right: (Copyright symbol and Gemini chop), Stamped on verso, lower left: (published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles). Workshop number on verso, in pencil, lower left, beneath stamp (RL95-5224).
Edition: 60; plus 12AP, 1RTP, 1PPII, 2 GEL, 1C, 8SP
Reference: Corlett 302
Medium: Screenprint on Lanaquarelle watercolor paper
Image: 13.25 x 16”
Sheet Size: 18.75 x 21 9/16”
Numbered, signed (rf Lichtenstein), and dated (‘95) in pencil, lower right. Blind stamp lower right. Stamped on verso, lower left (published by Gemini G.E.L )
Edition: 75; plus 14AP, 1PPII, 1PPIII, 1PPIV, 1RTP, 3GEL, 12SP
Reference: Corlett 292
Pop art legend Roy Lichtenstein, born in Manhattan in October of 1923, was influenced by advertisements and comic books. Lichtenstein began his studies in New York but finished at Ohio State University and thereafter began teaching at different universities, a profession he continued until 1964. During that time he was found by Leo Castelli who started displaying his works in his gallery. In 1962, Roy Lichtenstein had his first one-man show where the entire collection was purchased by collectors before the opening. Lichtenstein’s fame grew internationally from that point. He became known for his bold colors, thick lines, and use of comic strips to influence his work. He passed away in 1997 due to pneumonia. Roy Lichtenstein’s art now hangs in museums around the world including the Museum of Modern Art and Tate Modern in London.