Indian Chief at Teepee, 1952 , Oil on canvas, 40.2 x 29.9 inches

Roy Lichtenstein was one of the first American Pop artists to achieve international recognition, elevating Pop Art to one of the most significant movements of the 20th century. Lichtenstein's iconic images were inspired from direct, unapologetic references to popular culture, notably, D.C. comic book imagery. Lichtenstein's work celebrates the theatrical and further challenges the established notions of “high art” by using Ben-Day dots to create dramatic subjects within complex compositions through a pop culture lens.

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