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Yellow Vase

Modern and Contemporary Art

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Yellow Vase

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Roy Lichtenstein
American, 1923–1997




Lithograph, woodcut, and screenprint

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49 5/8 x 78 1/2 inches


Currently Not on View


Unlike most print series, Roy Lichtenstein’s Interior Series preceded rather than followed his paintings of similar subjects. The works are based on advertisements, most of which Lichtenstein cut from the Yellow Pages. Like Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, and other artists of his generation, printmaking was central to Lichtenstein’s career and was directly tied his painting and sculpture. The artist’s signature use of Ben-Day dots attains full humorous impact in his fine-art prints, as they traditionally disclose the use of cheap printing techniques.


The Lenore and Burton Gold Collection of 20th-Century Art

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© Estate of Roy Lichtenstein / Gemini G.E.L.