Roy Lichtenstein

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Conserving Lichtenstein’s “Three Brushstrokes”

Three Brushstrokes.  Copyright Estate of Roy Lichtenstein.  Gift of Fran and Ray Stark.
Three Brushstrokes. Copyright Estate of Roy Lichtenstein. Gift of Fran and Ray Stark.

A long lively stroke of deep brilliant blue, black, and white, a curved swipe of muted yellow, a short dab of red—perhaps you’ve seen artist Roy Lichtenstein’s colorful painted aluminum sculpture Three Brushstrokes on a visit to the Getty Center…. More»

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      Satan and his skeleton minions enjoying the afterlife.

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