Drawing upon emblematic popular commercial and cartoon themes of the 1950s, Roy Lichtenstein’s art, alongside Andy Warhol and James Rosenquist, defines the American Pop Art genre.
With whimsical names like Whaam! (1963), Drowning Girl (1963), and Look Mickey (1961), Roy Lichtenstein’s pieces were initially dismissed by the art establishment as childish reproductions. Today, Lichtenstein is praised as a central figure of the Pop Art movement who studied under the likes of Reginald Marsh. Authentic Roy Lichtenstein decor features the artist’s signature Benday dot work and offers a “pop” of culture to any collection.