The Real Roots Of Pop Art

October 2013
Details;Oct2013, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p70
The article focuses on three different paintings which marked the beginning of Pop Art culture in Great Britain and the U.S. in 19050's. The article mentions about different painters and their paintings. The article mentions about "the Great American Nude," by Tom Wesselmann, "Girl with Ball," by Roy Lichtenstein and "Marilyn Diptych," by Andy Warhol.


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