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(l-r) Sharon Valenzula and Sandra Gallegos look at a Lichtenstein cut out at the Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art located on the campus of Pepperdine University. The gallery is showing the work of Roy Lichtenstein, who helped create the pop art style in the 1960s with paintings that adopted the techniques and look of cartoons and comic books. His bold, graphic imagery focuses on the complex interactions of mass culture, fine art, and everyday life. This exhibition features 60 works, created between 1973 and 1997, that show how he developed an idea from initial sketches and finished drawings through collages to the finished work. Malibu,CA 1-22-2011. (John McCoy/staff photographer)
Caption: (l-r) Sharon Valenzula and Sandra Gallegos look at a Lichtenstein cut out at the Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art located on the campus of Pepperdine University. The gallery is showing the work of Roy Lichtenstein, who helped create the pop art style in the 1960s with paintings that adopted the techniques and look of cartoons and comic books. His bold, graphic imagery focuses on the complex interactions of mass culture, fine art, and everyday life. This exhibition features 60 works, created between 1973 and 1997, that show how he developed an idea from initial sketches and finished drawings through collages to the finished work. Malibu,CA 1-22-2011. (John McCoy/staff photographer) Album ID: 1157308 Photo ID: 33756703
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