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Roy Lichtenstein, Red Apple and Yellow Apple from Seven Apple Woodcuts

Roy Lichtenstein Red Apple and Yellow Apple from Seven Apple Woodcuts, 1983

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Roy Lichtenstein, Red Apple and Yellow Apple from Seven Apple Woodcuts
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    Long Island City - United States

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  • Medium

    Print : woodcut

  • Themes

    Pop Art

  • Support

    Print on paper

  • Type

    Numbered and limited to 60 copies

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    33 x 42 inch

  • Framing

    Black wood frame

  • Movement

    Abstract Expressionnism, Pop Art
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  • About the artwork

    Artist: Roy Lichtenstein, American (1923 - 1997)
    Title: Red Apple and Yellow Apple from Seven Apple Woodcuts Series (C. 197)
    Year: 1983
    Medium: Woodcut on handmade Iwano Kizuki Hosho paper, signed and dated in pencil
    Edition: 30/60
    Image Size: 20.6 x 30.6 inches
    Size: 27.75 x 37.75 in. (70.49 x 95.89 cm)
    Frame Size: 33.5 x 42.5 inches

    Reference: #197 on page 180 in "The Prints of Roy Lichtenstein: A Catalogue Raisonne 1948 -1993".

    • Tags
    • still life

    • pop art

    • apples

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Roy Lichtenstein

Born in: 1923

United States

Famous artist

We know him for his depiction of crying women, specially blondes, he is nonetheless one of the most popular artists of the twentieth century. Roy Fox Lichtenstein was born in 1923 in Manhattan, New York and died in 1997. He was one of the biggest contributors of American Pop art, besides great masters of the genre such as Andy Warhol.

At first, Roy Lichtenstein, drew during jazz concerts, which he was passionate about and portrayed the musicians. In 1939, he took summer classes at the art school "Students League of New York" and then he enrolled at the Ohio State University where he took some classes of Fine Arts. Later on, he became himself a professor in the same field, at Rutgers University, where he met Allan Kaprow who greatly influenced his artwork.

In the beginning of his career, from 1951 to 1956, Lichtenstein alternated between Cubism and Expressionism, he then turned towards a more abstract form of Expressionism by the end of the 50s.

To create his pieces, Roy Lichtenstein deliberately used the codes of popular culture. Comics and advertisements mixed in order to create a fantasy pop. He then started using the images of comic strips and commercial advertisements to expose American consumerism and turned them into derision.The more his pieces resembled the original, the more the critics were significant.

In his pieces, the lines are thick, the colors bold and saturated. Roy Lichtenstein uses a specific technique, a mask, that allows him to give his images the aspect of a pattern of dots, evoking the screen printing process used in the advertising industry.

His works can be found in collections in numerous museums all around the world.

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Roy Lichtenstein, Red Apple and Yellow Apple from Seven Apple Woodcuts
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