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Lichtenstein’s color screen-print, Art Critic, which was produced in 1996, nearly 40 years after The Cattle Rustler and Storming the Castle, is also featured in the sale. Though it is a markedly different piece, the similarities are apparent. There is the same use of shape to denote form, though the black delineating lines in Art Critic are more prominent than they are in any of Lichtenstein’s early work, and there is more use of saturated, primary colors in the later works, congruent with his focus on published media.

There is still the sense of the artist poking fun at his subject and bringing the audience in on the joke.  Lichtenstein’s stylized use of cubist fundamentals—shuffling the woman’s facial features and removing three-dimensionality from the image—while maintaining the recognizable Benday dots, allows the viewer to see the references to Pablo Picasso while also identifying the absurdity and occasional pretensions of the art world. 

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Lichtenstein’s color screen-print, Art Critic, which was produced in 1996, nearly 40 years after The Cattle Rustler and Storming the Castle, is also featured in the sale. Though it is a markedly different piece, the similarities are apparent. There is the same use of shape to denote form, though the black delineating lines in Art Critic are more prominent than they are in any of Lichtenstein’s early work, and there is more use of saturated, primary colors in the later works, congruent with his focus on published media. There is still the sense of the artist poking fun at his subject and bringing the audience in on the joke.  Lichtenstein’s stylized use of cubist fundamentals—shuffling the woman’s facial features and removing three-dimensionality from the image—while maintaining the recognizable Benday dots, allows the viewer to see the references to Pablo Picasso while also identifying the absurdity and occasional pretensions of the art world. 

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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