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  • Provenance

    Leo Castelli Gallery, New York
    Acquired from the above by the present owner

  • Exhibited

    New York, Leo Castelli Gallery, Giant Lacquer Screens by Roy Lichtenstein and Ed Ruscha, March 1986 (another example exhibited)
    New York, Leo Castelli Gallery, Object Lessons, December 1992 - January 1993 (another example exhibited)
    New York, Leo Castelli Gallery, Homestyle, April - May 2005 (another example exhibited)

  • Literature

    N. M. Dawes, ed., "Screen Gems", Connoisseur, June 1986, p. 40 (another example illustrated)

  • Artist Biography

    Roy Lichtenstein

    One of the most influential and innovative American artists of the post-war period, Roy Lichtenstein ushered in the prominence of Pop Art through his high-impact representations of consumer imagery, common entertainment, and the accoutrements of contemporary life rendered in the Ben-Day dots of contemporary comic strips. Central to Lichtenstein’s practice was parody, which enabled the artist to engage with often-disparaged commercial source imagery from an ironic distance as he considered the nature of the banal and probed the boundaries of what fine art could be.

     

    While Lichtenstein’s early Pop work cemented his status as one of the main figures of one of the most iconic and original movements of postmodernism, he continued to develop his practice over the course of the following decades until his death in 1997. Retaining his characteristic comic style and ironic distance, Lichtenstein engaged new and disparate influences from Abstract Expressionism to Chinese landscape painting to evolve the subject of his own work and consider the contradictions of representation, style, and substance. Lichtenstein is a central figure in the 20th century art historical canon and accordingly his work is represented in the collections of major museums worldwide, including The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Tate, London; and Centre Pompidou, Paris.

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Screen with Brushstrokes

incised with the artist's signature and number "Roy Lichtenstein 3/6" on a plaque affixed to the reverse
acrylic and gold leaf on lacquered wood relief, in 5 joined parts
overall 94 1/2 x 27 x 2 1/2 in. (240 x 68.6 x 6.4 cm.)
Executed in 1986, this work is number 3 from an edition of 6 plus 2 artist's proofs.

Estimate
$180,000 - 220,000 

Contact Specialist
John McCord
Head of Day Sale, Morning Session
New York
+1 212 940 1261

20th C. & Contemporary Art Day Sale, Morning Session

New York Auction 13 November 2019