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after Roy Lichtenstein - Crying Girl


Offset lithographic poster in colours , 1995, on glossy wove paper, with complimentary signature in ink, with text and margins.

Edition:  This work is from the signed and unnumbered edition published for the exhibition The Prints of Roy Lichtenstein, 10 September - 26 November 1995

Size: sheet 26 7/8 x 30in (68.3 x 76.2cm)

Published by: Parish Art Museum, Southampton, New York,

Reference: See also: Mary Lee Corlett: “The prints of Roy Lichtenstein” (Catalogue Raisonne) Number 11.1. This shows the prototype for this piece.

Note: This was published as a poster for the Parish Art Museum, Southampton, New York, to advertise an exhibition held there between 10th September and 10th November 1995. We have found several examples of this poster, passing through auction in previous years, which have complimentary signatures from the artist. We do not know, however, the size of a possible “signed edition”.

The prototype of this piece was an invitation to the Leo Costello show in 1963 when it had been used as an invitation.

 One of Roy Lichtenstein's most famous images That tearful, doe-eyed gaze is instantly recognisable. Roy Lichtenstein's distressed Crying Girl, a blush of pinkish dots staining her neck, may be one of his earliest forays into Pop Art, but she has since become one of his signature works. It's one of Lichtenstein's most famous images."

Condition: In excellent condition.

Price: Framed with a mount which shows the artists signature and the famous image (obscuring the text),