Roy Lichtenstein

Nationality : American

Birth Year : 1923

Death Year : 1997

Place of Birth : New York, NY

Place of Death : New York, NY


SPONSORED: Around the World in 11 Days on Auctionata’s "Art Journey"

By BLOUIN ARTINFO | November 23, 2015

Beginning on November 27, the online auction house Auctionata will be taking bidders around the world in 11 days. Auctioning off 2,000 works of art from 20 different countries in regionally themed sales is an ambitious undertaking, to say the... More

Sotheby’s Reassuring $294M Contemporary Evening Sale

By Judd Tully | November 12, 2015

The contemporary art market settled down to a steadier pace at Sotheby’s New York Wednesday evening, turning in a solid and respectable $294,850,000 sale for the 44 lots that sold. Ten of...

Led by Modigliani, Christie's Brings in Half a Billion With "The Artist's Muse"

By Judd Tully | November 10, 2015

Powered by two record-setting 20th century masterworks, by Amedeo Modigliani and Roy Lichtenstein, Christie’s “Artist’s Muse: A Curated Evening Sale” realized $491,352,000 for the 24 lots that...

Phillips’s Steady 20th-Century and Contemporary Art Sale

By Judd Tully | November 9, 2015

Phillips staged the lead-off and unprecedented Sunday evening sale in New York, marking a crowded week of hopefully high-yield 20th-century and beyond auctions, turning in a decent though hardly...

Sotheby's $377M "A. Alfred Taubman: Masterworks” Sale

By Judd Tully | November 5, 2015

The big fall auction season in New York got off to a glitzy yet tentative start at Sotheby’s with “The Collection of A. Alfred Taubman: Masterworks” hauling in $377,034,000. The tally squeaked by...

Frieze and Frieze Masters Open With Steady Sales

By Judd Tully | October 14, 2015

LONDON — The 13th edition of Frieze London in Regent’s Park opened to V.I.P. cardholders on Tuesday morning, the same moment as its younger sister fair, the four-year-old Frieze Masters, opened...

The Mecene: BMW's Commitment to Art and Culture

By Michelle Tay | October 6, 2015

When Alexander Calder became the first artist asked, in 1975, to transform a BMW into a canvas on wheels, he used only primary colors, swathing the body of the vehicle in color blocks. When the...

Sales Maintained a Steady Pace at Christie’s Post-War and Contemporary Art Auction

By Judd Tully | June 30, 2015

LONDON — Though largely absent of fireworks and stung by a quartet of unsold Gerhard Richter paintings, the art market maintained its steady course at Christie’s Post-War and Contemporary art...

Gianfranco Gorgoni's Iconic Photographs Capture Artist Superstars of the 60s

By Rachel Will | June 1, 2015

His list of subjects reads like a dealer’s notebook of the time: Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, and Jean-Michel Basquiat. And today, Gianfranco Gorgoni’s...

Sotheby's Solid Night of Contemporary Art

By Judd Tully | May 13, 2015

Buoyed by a quartet of $20 million plus lots, the contemporary art market once again proved its marathon mettle in Sotheby’s season opener evening sale on Tuesday, which tallied $379,676,000.The...

Tackling the Giant: Hamburg Show Explores Artistic Takes on Pablo Picasso

By Lisa Contag | April 3, 2015

If there is a giant in 20th century art, it’s Pablo Picasso. No other artist seems as widely known and remains as omnipresent as the Catalan painter who died in Mougin in 1973 at the age of 91....

Gerhard Richter Leads Kunstkompass Ranking for Top 100 International Artists

By BLOUIN ARTINFO | March 25, 2015

BERLIN - Kunstkompass (German for „Art Compass“) a ranking created by art specialist and journalist Willi Bongard in 1970 and issued every spring, is one of the most anticipated publications in...

Q&A with SFMOMA Gary Garrels on "American Icons" in Paris

By Juliette Soulez | March 11, 2015

While the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is closed until 2016, art lovers will still be able to see next month some of its treasures in Paris, thanks to the travelling exhibition, American...

Discover Collectable Vintage Posters at ION Art Gallery

By Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop | November 21, 2014

With the development of stone lithographic printing in Europe in the late 19th century, colorful advertising posters could be mass produced. Celebrated artists, like Henri Toulouse Lautrec and...

Kerry Taylor Auctions Artsy Vintage Fashion

By Michelle Tay,Michelle Tay | February 20, 2014

A Mondrian-esque 60s minidress by Bonwit Teller and a Lichtenstein-print suit by Moschino are just some of the highlights of Kerry Taylor Auctions’ Spring Vintage Fashion sale on February 25...

Mori Art Museum Celebrates 10 Years with Andy Warhol

By Robert Michael Poole | January 17, 2014

Mori Art Museum, on the 53rd floor of Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, celebrates 10 years in 2014, and in celebration will host two simultaneous exhibitions in honor of Andy Warhol and Gabriel Acevedo...

Putin to Free Pussy Riot, American Wins Picasso Raffle, and More

By Ashton Cooper,Benjamin Sutton | December 19, 2013

– Pussy Riot Granted Amnesty: Nearly two years after Pussy Riot staged their infamous performance in Moscow, the members of the group have been granted amnesty from new legislation submitted by...

DEALER'S NOTEBOOK: James Mayor on Setting the Curve on Zero Art

By Art+Auction | December 17, 2013

AGE: 64HAILS FROM: London, EnglandPRESIDES OVER: Mayor Gallery, 22A Cork Street, London, W1S 3NA, United KingdomGALLERY’S SPECIALTY: Surrealism and Dadaism, Zero and Pop artARTISTS...