List of illustrations

  • Image Duplicator
  • Washington Crossing the Delaware I
  • Mickey Mouse I
  • Untitled
  • Unidentified comic book panel, source for Image Duplicator
  • Panel from X-Men no. 1
  • Photograph documenting the artist's working process
  • Is He the Worst Artist in the U.S.?, first page
  • Roy Lichtenstein and Dorothy Herzka dressed for Halloween as Andy Warhol and Edie Sedgwick
  • Self-Portrait
  • Look Mickey
  • Donald Duck
  • Golf Ball
  • Kitchen Range
  • Washing Machine
  • Tire
  • Green Coca-Cola Bottles
  • Page from Roy Lichtenstein's source notebooks, detail
  • Spray
  • Airplane
  • The Explorer
  • Development of the Prudential Life Insurance company logo
  • Large Spool
  • Ball of Twine
  • Wimpy (Tweet), detail
  • Composition I
  • Cover, Roy Lichtenstein exhibition catalogue
  • Popeye
  • Keds
  • Keds, detail
  • Woman with Flowered Hat
  • Woman with Flowered Hat
  • Composition in Black and White
  • Mail Order Foot
  • Keds
  • Sears, Roebuck & Company advertisement, detail
  • George Washington
  • Portrait of Ivan Karp
  • Portrait of Allan Kaprow
  • Self-Portrait
  • Page from Roy Lichtenstein's source notebooks, detail
  • Panel from Steve Roper
  • Untitled illustration
  • Cross section of the flash lab, Ohio State University
  • Students in the flash lab, Ohio State University
  • Blépharospasme Hystérique
  • Untitled illustration
  • Untitled illustration
  • Live Ammo (Take Cover!)
  • Magnifying Glass
  • Wimpy (Tweet)
  • Torpedo. . . Los!
  • Panel from Battle of the Ghost Ships!
  • CRAK!
  • Panel from The Town That Wouldn't Die!
  • Crying Girl
  • Girl with Tear III
  • Okay, Hot-Shot
  • Jet Pilot
  • Bratatat!
  • Diagram of the N-3A Optical Sight
  • Military aircraft cockpit interior with reflector gun sight at center
  • Whaam!, detail
  • Panel from the cover of All American Men of War no. 89
  • Like New
  • Bread in Bag
  • Before and After 4
  • Illustration from Erle Loran, Pop Artists or Copy Cats?
  • Page from Erle Loran
  • Step-On Can with Leg
  • Poster
  • Sponge
  • Sinking Sun
  • Emeralds
  • Panel from Buck Rogers
  • Brattata
  • Panel from Aces Wild!
  • Masterpiece
  • Mad Scientist
  • Cold Shoulder
  • Panel from Web of Heartbreak
  • Vicki
  • Girl in Mirror
  • Good Morning . . . Darling!
  • Blonde Waiting
  • Woman Before an Aquarium
  • The Engagement Ring
  • Drowning Girl
  • Frightened Girl
  • Happy Tears
  • Oh, Jeff . . . I Love You, Too. . . But . . .
  • In the Car
  • In the Car, preliminary version
  • Panel from Tomorrow and Tomorrow
  • Violin
  • Man with Folded Arms
  • Diagram from Cézanne's Composition
  • Portrait of Madame Cézanne
  • Little Big Painting
  • Roy Lichtenstein, New York
  • Brushstrokes
  • Yellow and Green Brushstrokes
  • Cover of Strange Suspense Stories no. 72
  • Panel from The Painting
  • Final panel from The Painting
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~“WHAT? WHY DID YOU ASK THAT? WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT MY IMAGE DUPLICATOR?” These lines of text, aggressive and accusatory, almost fill the top half of a 1963 canvas by Roy Lichtenstein (fig. 1). With its thick black outlines, vibrant palette of primary colors, and regularized dot patterns,...
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~To more fully understand Lichtenstein’s practice we must attend to the critical apparatus that has developed over the years to describe his work. Critics have often returned to a common set of themes to frame the artist’s project, as evidenced in this 1989 account by Carter Ratcliff:
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~If Lichtenstein set out, in the early 1960s, to depict appropriated imagery using the facture of the machine, how would he attach his name to it? What are the historical possibilities and limits of articulating an identity as an artist when...
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~In the summer of 1961, soon after beginning his experimentation with Pop, Lichtenstein executed a large canvas entitled I Can See the Whole Room!. . . And There’s Nobody In It! (fig. 42). In the...
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~The significance of monocularity to Lichtenstein’s project was not limited to its engagement with theoretical problems relating to the mechanical augmentation of vision. In fact, its imaging by the artist was not even limited to its embodiment by human figures. This...
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~Lichtenstein’s 1962 canvas Masterpiece (fig. 79) is set in the interior of a painter’s studio. To the right, a male figure—presumably an artist, garbed in black turtleneck—is shown in...
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~Lichtenstein faced the machine’s threat to artistic practice by incorporating elements of the mechanical into his painterly idiom. His work preserved a traditional notion of the studio as a site of creative agency and aesthetic enclosure into which elements from industrial and consumer culture were brought in order to be transformed into fine art. His...
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