Lichtenstein: Crying Girl Pop

Pop Art Crying Girl

Roy Lichtenstein (American, 1923–1997)
Crying Girl, 1964
Enamel on metallic
46 1/8 × 46 1/8 in. (117.16 × 117.16 cm)
Purchase M1965.18
Photo credit: John R. Glembin
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Sobbing woman had been among Roy Lichtenstein’s initially ventures into making enamel-on-steel multiples associated with the comic-strip imagery he previously first introduced in main-stream hand-painted canvases. This innovative, commercial ways “mass production” ended up being because ground-breaking as their distinctive material. With other leading American Pop designers, Lichtenstein turned to preferred tradition additionally the worlds of business and marketing for attitudes and approaches and for content. Eliminating any trace associated with individual artist’s hand-in benefit of reinforcing the idea of its mechanical source, here Lichtenstein highlighted in rigid black colored outlines therefore the benday spots of printing the primacy of picture it self – a sentimental, glamorized and similarly “mechanical” idealization associated with American woman.


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