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Over the course of six prints, Roy Lichtenstein progressively simplifies and abstracts a Holstein cow, a sequence only comprehensible when the series is seen in its entirety. Lichtenstein directly quotes Picasso’s lithographic series The Bull (Le taureau), 1946, and Theo van Doesburg’s pencil studies for The Cow, 1916–1917, in which bovines are incrementally rendered abstract. 

 

The stylized, wavy, black patterning in Bull I that calls to mind Old Master woodcuts or line engravings reverberates with the crisp, diagonal cross-hatching in the subsequent prints. This visual rhyme calls attention to the fact that, as Lichtenstein put it, “nothing is more abstract than anything else to me. The first one is abstract; they’re all abstract.”

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Bull Head Series Canvas Print
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Bull Head Series Canvas Print
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Bull Head Series Canvas Framed Print
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Wrapped • 8x18 inches
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Bull Head Series Canvas Print
Rolled • 14x30 inches
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Bull Head Series Canvas Framed Print
Framed • 8x18 inches
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Bull Head Series Canvas Print
Wrapped • 11x24 inches
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Bull Head Series Canvas Framed Print
Framed • 11x24 inches
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Bull Head Series Canvas Print
Wrapped • 14x30 inches
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Bull Head Series Canvas Framed Print
Framed • 14x30 inches
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Bull Head Series Framed Print
Framed with Mat • 6x12 inches
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Bull Head Series Framed Print
Framed with Mat • 8x18 inches
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Bull Head Series Framed Print
Framed with Mat • 11x24 inches
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Framed with Mat • 14x30 inches
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Bull Head Series Poster
Rolled • Life Size 24X33 inches
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Bull Head Series Poster
Framed • Life Size 24X33 inches
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Bull Head Series Large Canvas Print
Rolled • 17x36 inches
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Bull Head Series Large Canvas Print
Wrapped • 17x36 inches
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Framed With Mat • 17x36 inches
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Bull Head Series Large Canvas Print
Rolled • 36x78 inches
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Bull Head Series Large Canvas Print
Rolled • 48x104 inches
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Bull Head Series Large Canvas Print
Wrapped • 36x78 inches
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Bull Head Series Large Framed Print
Framed With Mat • 36x78 inches
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Bull Head Series Large Canvas Print
Wrapped • 42x91 inches
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Bull Head Series Large Framed Print
Framed With Mat • 48x104 inches

Over the course of six prints, Roy Lichtenstein progressively simplifies and abstracts a Holstein cow, a sequence only comprehensible when the series is seen in its entirety. Lichtenstein directly quotes Picasso’s lithographic series The Bull (Le taureau), 1946, and Theo van Doesburg’s pencil studies for The Cow, 1916–1917, in which bovines are incrementally rendered abstract. 

 

The stylized, wavy, black patterning in Bull I that calls to mind Old Master woodcuts or line engravings reverberates with the crisp, diagonal cross-hatching in the subsequent prints. This visual rhyme calls attention to the fact that, as Lichtenstein put it, “nothing is more abstract than anything else to me. The first one is abstract; they’re all abstract.”

Roy Lichtenstein was an American pop artist best known for his boldly-colored parodies of comic strips and advertisements. In the 1960s, Lichtenstein became a leading figure of the new Pop Art movement. Inspired by advertisements and comic strips, Lichtenstein's bright, graphic works parodied American popular culture and the art world itself.


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