defiance (she would rather drown than ask for her lover's help)." 5, several of Lichtenstein's most popular works are his mid-1960s comic images of girls with speech balloons, including, drowning Girl, Hopeless, Oh, Jeff. With the help of Universal Film Studios, the artist conceived of, and produced, Three Landscapes, a film of marine landscapes, directly related to a series of collages with landscape themes he created between 1952 Although Lichtenstein had planned on producing 15 short films, the three-screen. New York, NY: Hudson Hills Press. (1961) depicts a man looking through a hole in a door. 94 Lichtenstein's painting Torpedo. In addition to paintings and sculptures, Lichtenstein also made over 300 prints, mostly in screenprinting. Roy Lichtenstein: Modern Paintings, October 30 December 11, 2010 Archived November 12, 2010, at the Wayback Machine. Hopeless is a 1963 painting with oil paint and acrylic paint on canvas. A b Deborah Solomon (March 8, 1987 The Art Behind The Dots New York Times. Retrieved June 7, 2013. In 1949 Lichtenstein received a Master of Fine Arts degree from Ohio State University.
"The Roy Lichtenstein Foundation". Why Does Batman Carry Shark Repellent?: And Other Amazing Comic Book Trivia! "Long-missing Lichtenstein painting returned to NY owner". "Pop art pioneer Lichtenstein in Tate Modern retrospective". 1 A group of paintings produced between focused on solitary household objects such as sneakers, hot dogs, and golf balls. "Still asking, "Are we having fun yet?". 1 2, contents, background edit, tony Abruzzo's panel from "Run For Love!". (1963, Tate Modern, London 32 one of the earliest known examples of pop art, adapted from a comic-book panel drawn by Irv Novick in a 1962 issue of DC Comics ' All-American Men of War. 59 Lichtenstein's Still Life paintings, sculptures and drawings, which span from 1972 through the early 1980s, cover a variety of motifs and themes, including the most traditional such as fruit, flowers, and vases. In total there are some 4,500 works thought to be in circulation. Retrieved May 15, 2012. 85 In late 2006, the foundation sent out a holiday card featuring a picture of Electric Cord (1961 a painting that had been missing since 1970 after being sent out to art restorer Daniel Goldreyer by the Leo Castelli Gallery.