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The Red Horseman- Roy Lichtenstein

A fan of pop art? If so, the name Roy Lichtenstein likely rings a bell. Renowned in the 70s as the "Prince of Pop Art", Lichtenstein made waves in the art scene with his unique, novelty style. In hand with Andy Warhol, Jasper Jones and James Rosenquist, Lichtenstein contributed heavily to the new art movement by pioneering "pop art through parody."

Heavily influenced by his famed cubist predecessor Picasso, Roy Lichtenstein's "The Red Horseman" is a masterpiece of modern art that captures the spirit and energy associated with war. Upon a keen look, Lichtenstein included several early modern movements in his work. Futurism being one of them, a genre complicit with freighted social issues and political manifestos. What a phenomenal piece!

This incredible poster was sold at his exhibition during November 1-22, 1975 that took place on 420 West Broadway, New York. A fantastic piece of art history. 

Condition: Very Good to Near Mint. 

Year: c.1975 - 47 years old

Size: 23.0" x 28.0" (58cm x 71cm)


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