Roy Lichtenstein, 1923-1997, was an American painter who was the defining figure in Pop Art. Lichtenstein incorporated recognizable imagery drawn from daily life, advertisements and mass media into work, blurring the distinction between fine art painting and popular culture. His use of contrasting primary colors and Ben Day dots were defining features of his work. As a teenager Lichtenstein studied with the Social Realist painter Reginald Marsh at the Arts Students League before serving in the military during World War II. He received his MFA from Ohio State University in 1949, and went on to teach at Ohio State University, followed by the State U... Show more
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