Pop art with deceptively hidden complexity
On the surface, Lichtenstein’s art seems simple. But upon exploration, you’ll find his work to be intellectual, rationalistic, premeditated and realised through a complex process of deconstruction and reconstruction. Bold lines, flat colours, thousands of dots, a magnified halftone screen and a unique treatment of light, shade and reflections, his work, and that of contemporaries like Andy Warhol, is still a major influence today.
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