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Image duplicator : Roy Lichtenstein and the emergence of pop art

Author: Michael Lobel
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, ©2002.
Series: Yale publications in the history of art (Unnumbered)
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"Roy Lichtenstein's distinctive paintings of the early 1960s are synonymous with the Pop art movement. These bold, oversized images inspired by newspaper advertisements and comic book scenes have been taken as reflecting the artist's fascination with the links between art and popular culture. In this book, Michael Lobel challenges this circumscribed view of Lichtenstein's work, offering a set of compelling new  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Roy Lichtenstein; Roy Lichtenstein; Roy Lichtenstein; Roy Lichtenstein; Roy Lichtenstein; Roy Lichtenstein; Roy Lichtenstein
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Lobel
ISBN: 0300087624 9780300087628
OCLC Number: 47295959
Description: xi, 196 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
Contents: The Emergence of Pop Art --
Trademark Lichtenstein --
Technology Envisioned: Lichtenstein's Monocularity --
The Image Duplicators --
Engendering Difference.
Series Title: Yale publications in the history of art (Unnumbered)
Responsibility: Michael Lobel.

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"Roy Lichtenstein's distinctive paintings of the early 1960s are synonymous with the Pop art movement. These bold, oversized images inspired by newspaper advertisements and comic book scenes have been taken as reflecting the artist's fascination with the links between art and popular culture. In this book, Michael Lobel challenges this circumscribed view of Lichtenstein's work, offering a set of compelling new interpretations that reveal the artist's confrontation with a far wider range of issues." "This illustrated book makes available for the first time an array of archival materials about Lichtenstein and his work, including photographs of the artist and many newly discovered sources for his imagery in the comics and advertisements of the early 1960s. It also provides new information on the context of the artist's Pop paintings in relation to contemporary developments in advertising culture, mechanical reproduction, and visual technologies."--BOOK JACKET.

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