'Woman with flowered hat' by Roy Lichtenstein is on display during a preview of Christie's Impressionist and Modern Art sales in New York on May 3, 2013. Christie's is scheduled to hold its Impressionist and Modern Art sales May 8-9.
I tried to imagine myself in a bar striding over to, say, Roy Lichtenstein and asking him to ‘step outside’ because I’d heard him insulting my soup cans. I mean, how corny.
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The deals: Paris and Boston
tax and service charges. What's included: Overnight accommodations in a Superior room; two VIP entrance tickets for "Roy Lichtenstein: A Retrospective"; a museum map; breakfast. -The deal: The Charles Hotel in Cambridge, Mass., is offering the "Smarty Pants" from San Luis Obispo Tribune Read more »
Ripple effect of record sales in New York
Lichtenstein’s Woman with Flowered Hat, 1963, bought for $56.1m by the London jeweller Laurence Graff Christie’s broke the record for the highest amount raised in one auction last week when its contemporary and Modern sale in New York raised $495m. Big-ticket from The Art Newspaper Read more »
Plates That Pop
pieces like this dish set based on his 1966 series, Dishes. In partnership with Barneys the Art Production Fund and The Roy Lichtenstein Foundation, Barneys has created a series of must-have items from beach balls and towels to homeware items like glasses from Fashion Week Daily Read more »
Pop Art Icon Andy Warhol Still Rules
lots by a good margin, selling for a whopping $38.245 million. “Still Life,” a 1972 piece by late Southampton Pop master Roy Lichtenstein went for $4.085 million and Warhol‘s ”Flowers” commanded $2.46 million. Interest in Warhol never seems to wane. This summer from Dan's Hamptons Read more »
The Elite Absorbs the Rebellion
$2.4 million, far below the largest sums paid for Impressionist paintings or early 20th-century avant-garde works. Roy Lichtenstein, whose “Woman With Flowered Hat” of 1968 raised the world auction record for the artist to $56.12 million, was more aggressive from The New York Times Read more »