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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Michelangelo: The Drawings of a Genius

Adam, The Creation of Man (1511-12)

Study of an Inclined Head and Detailed Eye Study (1529/30)

The Risen Christ (ca. 1532)

Madonna and Child (1520-1525)

Michelangelo: The Drawings of a Genius

Michelangelo: The Drawings of a Genius presents a selection of pictures from a major exhibition of around one hundred of the most beautiful drawings by Michelangelo currently at the Albertina in Vienna, Austria.  This is the first major Michelangelo exhibition in more than twenty years, with a focus on the figural drawings by Michelangelo, who is introduced here as the genius of a period of change.

Michelangelo: The Drawings of a Genius

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