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Roy Lichtenstein was the most visual of all The Pop Artist. Explain why this may be true. Roy Lichtenstein led the way for pop artist's and exploited it to the best that any artist could

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Roy Lichtenstein was the most visual of all The Pop Artist. Explain why this may be true. Roy Lichtenstein led the way for pop artist's and exploited it to the best that any artist could. Lichtenstein was born in New York in October 1923. Lichtenstein's parents were middle class people, when he went to school art wasn't on the curriculum. Although when he was young he did paint. Lichtenstein was and still is considered the most sophisticated pop artist around. Roy Lichtenstein was inspired by Picasso's paintings; he studied them and learnt from them. In 1961 Roy Lichtenstein made use of the "Ben-Day dots". This was the first time an artist had used this device. ...read more.

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Roy Lichtenstein had on many occasions gone into a comic book store and buys hundreds just so he could read them and hopefully get inspired from them. He was a realist, didn't expect much from other people. "Whaam" was created in 1966; this was a time when tensions were high. The cartoon and comic heroes were playing a vital role. Lichtenstein took these actions and manipulated them to his own personal mind of thinking. In many situations the out come was one of action, he wanted to appeal to the younger generation. "Whaam" does this. Lichtenstein revolutionized art it self. He modernized art with the use of pop art. Out of the three most well known artist's (Robert Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein) ...read more.

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To be an artist you have a special field in which you specialize in. You can spend all your life studying it and still not become an expert. I believe that Roy Lichtenstein is the most impressive and visual pop artist around. I've shown you five pieces paintings in this essay. Roy Lichtenstein has achieved a lot and has earned a lot of money from his art. Roy Lichtenstein paints sculptures and a lithographer. He focuses mainly on painting but through his life he has found other passions like sculpture. He's taught and inspected, he has a broad mind on art. Roy Lichtenstein is one of the most successful artists around; he has and had numerous amounts of exhibitions throughout the world. Roy Lichtenstein has brought art to the 20th and 21st century, there is no doubt that he is one of the greatest artists on the planet. ...read more.

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