Look Mickey, Lichtenstein (ASL)


This painting was the first for which Lichtenstein borrowed an image directly from popular culture: a children?s book called Donald Duck: Lost and Found. He began this work by making a sketch from his source and then recomposing the image for narrative and formal purposes. He traced the drawing onto a canvas, making more adjustments, and then painted the dots using a perforated metal screen as a stencil, imitating industrial printing techniques. Lichtenstein would later refer to this work as his first pop art painting.


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