Roy Lichtenstien (1923-1997) was a pioneer of the Pop Art movement. In the 1950s he created his first cartoon-strip style paintings; exaggerated printed dots, loud lettering and violently coloured explosions became the trademarks of his work. Heavily influenced by advertising of the time, his tongue-in-cheek style often served as a social commentary on the changing nature of contemporary American society. Bold, graphic, iconic and kitsch these are real statement prints that pack a punch - for added impact choose a black frame.
Thomas R. Verified
Beautiful high quality print. Looks fantastic framed and holds its own amongst a collection of other pop art prints.
Jonathan P. Verified
Beautiful picture, the service and quality of the picture frame also compliments it. I went for the 2.3cm black stained ash frame, it looks amazing.
Kieron C. Verified
Recently brought drowning girl print, overall really good quality, having brought many prints for my new home I was happy to see the care taken with the packaging compared to other retailers I've used
Brad B. Verified
Print arrived safely and very well packaged. Print is good quality and was exactly what I was after. Very pleased that I found a good version of this print at a good price.
Jeremy B. Verified
Very nicely framed and mounted, looks great on my study wall. Nicely packaged and speedily posted. Will be back to buy again.