Roy Lichtenstein: The Finished, Black-and-White Drawings of a Pop Master

Woman in Bath, 1963

I Know How You Must Feel, Brad! (1963)

Knock, Knock, 1961

Bread and Jam, 1963

Baked Potato, 1970

Look, Mickey! (1978)

Roy Lichtenstein: The Finished, Black-and-White Drawings of a Pop Master

From January 28th through May 15th, The Albertina in Vienna is showcasing some rare works by the celebrated artist Roy Lichtenstein. Roy Lichtenstein: Black and White 1961-1968 features pieces from one of the most prolific periods in the artist’s career, illustrating a shift in style that would influence his later works.

Inspired by advertising and the media, Lichtenstein began creating his famous comic-strip pop-art in the 1960s. The artist created about seventy impressive black-and-white drawings and paintings between 1961 and 1968, which were completely new in terms of subject and style. The Albertina is presenting the black-and-white drawings in conjunction with selected black-and-white paintings for the first time in this special exhibition.

Roy Lichtenstein at the Albertina, Vienna

Roy Lichtenstein’s Drawings Exhibition at the Morgan Library

Slide Show: Roy Lichtenstein/The Black-and-White Drawings of a Pop Master

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