One of the 20th Century's most important pop artists, Roy Lichtenstein's work came directly from the pages of pulp fiction novels and comic books. Lichtenstein (1923-1997) originally taught at a university, drawing inspiration from artists who depicted everyday life. He first painted semi-abstract Old West scenes, before shifting to Americana. He later produced comic strip scenes printed with a process that replicated comic book-style dots. In other works, Lichtenstein explored the contradictions of three dimensions represented on flat surfaces.
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LOCATION & HOURS
5015 Westheimer, Suite 2208 Houston TX 77056.
Facing Post Oak Boulevard, next to Neiman Marcus valet and Orange Garage.
Monday through Saturday / 11 am to 6 pm
Sunday / Closed, or open by appointment
Atelier Off The Wall
The Galleria, Level One / Suite K102B
Next to Dior and the new Louis Vuitton location.
Monday through Saturday / 11 am to 7 pm
Sunday / 12 pm to 6 pm
We're available by email seven days a week!
To submit artwork for consideration, please send a short artist statement, CV and three image files to: [email protected]
Due to the number of submissions, only artists being considered will receive a response.