Dr. Romaine publishes article on Roy Lichtenstein

Posted by Fernando.Arzola on Monday February 25, 2013


 

Dr. James Romaine, Associate Professor of Art History, publishes on Roy Lichtenstein. One of the founders of the Pop Art movement, Lichtenstein’s aesthetic, characterized by Ben-Day dots, is pervasive in our contemporary visual landscape. On the occasion of a retrospective of Roy Lichtenstein’s art at London’s Tate Gallery, James Romaine has published an essay on Lichtenstein’s art in the spring issue of the British quarterly journal Art and Christianity.

For more information about Art and Christianity: http://acetrust.org/

For more information on Lichtenstein’s work:

http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/lichtenstein-whaam-t00897

Above image:

Whaam!, Roy Lichtenstein, United States, 1963

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