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Brushstrokes at Pasadena Art Museum
33" x 25"
$1,055.99
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Brushstrokes at Pasadena Art Museum-Roy Lichtenstein-Serigraph

Brushstrokes at Pasadena Art MuseumBy Roy Lichtenstein

$1,055.99
33" x 25"
Serigraph
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About This Piece
The Art
This silkscreen print was produced in a limited edition of Published in exhibition poster designed for Pasedena Art Museum April May and Walker Art Center June July Published by Posters Ltd NY Produced by Aetna Silkscreen Products in New Yorkbr br Also known as silk screening serigraphy is a process by which multiple layers of ink are manually pressed through fine screens resulting in an art print that resembles a painting on paperbr br Price is final and cannot be combined with any other offer discount coupon or promotion

This serigraph is an artisan print with a stunning paint-like vibrancy and viscosity. Also known as screen printing or silk screening, serigraphy is a printing process by which inks are forced through a mesh screen and applied to the surface of the print. The result is a brilliantly hued work of art that retains its beauty for a lifetime.
Product ID: 25356881205A
The Artist
Roy Lichtenstein (1923 – 1997), was a Pop artist whose work was torn from the pages of torrid pulp fiction novels and classic comic books. Lichtenstein was initially a university instructor where he was influenced by artists who based their styles on everyday life. First painting semi-abstractions of the Old West, he later depicted 20th century Americana such as Mickey Mouse and bubble gum wrappers. In 1961, he began exclusively painting comic strip scenes printed with a process that simulated photoengraver’s dots. Lichtenstein’s other works exposed the contradictions of representing three dimensions on a flat surface.