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Creator: Roy Lichtenstein
The other famous Pop artist.

"Art doesn't transform. It just plain forms."

Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) was one of the leading artists of the Pop movement, along with Andy Warhol. At the height of his fame, his work mostly consisted of lithographs recreating panels from comic books, although he later branched out to abstract metal and plastic sculpture. Although he was American by nationality, he considered the Pop movement to be "not 'American' painting but actually industrial painting." He's best known for his lithographs, however, such as Drowning Girl and Whaam. He made use of such techniques as Ben-Day dots, bright colors, and bold outlines to create a mass-produced effect similar to Andy Warhol's silkscreen prints.
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alternative title(s): Roy Lichtenstein
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