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"Crying Girl" (1964) by Roy Lichtenstein, I've always much preferred Roy Lichenstein to Andy Warhol when it comes to pop art.

"Crying Girl" (1964) by Roy Lichtenstein, I've always much preferred Roy Lichenstein to Andy Warhol when it comes to pop art.

It was Andy Warhol, however, who really brought Pop Art to the public eye. His screen prints of Coke bottles, Campbell’s soup tins and film stars are part of the iconography of the 20th century. Pop Art owed much to dada in the way it mocked the established art world. By embracing commercial techniques, and creating slick, machine-produced art, the Pop artists were setting themselves apart from the painterly, inward-looking tendencies of the Abstract Expressionist movement that immediately…

It was Andy Warhol, however, who really brought Pop Art to the public eye. His screen prints of Coke bottles, Campbell’s soup tins and film stars are part of the iconography of the 20th century. Pop Art owed much to dada in the way it mocked the established art world. By embracing commercial techniques, and creating slick, machine-produced art, the Pop artists were setting themselves apart from the painterly, inward-looking tendencies of the Abstract Expressionist movement that immediately…

Hommage to Roy Lichtenstein by eva-mueller, via Flickr. (Note to self for next Halloween - must recreate some beautiful pop art makeup - love it ALL @ this link....)

Hommage to Roy Lichtenstein by eva-mueller, via Flickr. (Note to self for next Halloween - must recreate some beautiful pop art makeup - love it ALL @ this link....)

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