Roy Lichtenstein Pop Art Girl
|Description||Drowning Woman by Roy Lichtenstein, 1963. Roy Lichtenstein used the website landing page of a love story in DC Comics' #83 (November 1962), lettered by Ira Schnapp, since the foundation when it comes to picture.|
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|Roy Lichtenstein passed away on 29 September 1997. This picture really represents one of typically considerable functions by Lichtenstein. No other re-enactments or choices exchange or exceed this image. While it might replicated many times, this image is of initial artwork and irreplaceable.|
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