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Pop Art

1950's to 1960's

Pop Art is a style of art developed in New York and London which explores the everyday imagery which is part of contemporary consumer culture. Common sources include advertisements, consumer product packaging, celebrities, and comic strips. Leading Pop artists include Christo, Robert Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol, and Roy Lichtenstein.

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8 Galleries
       Dubuffet, Jean [French, 1901-1985] (6 Images)
       Kienholz, Edward [American, 1927-1994] (11 Images)
       Kitaj, Ronald Brooks [English, 1932-2007] (9 Images)
       Lichtenstein, Roy [American, 1923-1997] (15 Images)
       Miscellaneous Pop Art (No Images or Galleries Found)
       Rauschenberg, Robert [American, 1925- ] (6 Images)
       Richter, Gerhard [German, 1932- ] (6 Images)
       Warhol, Andy [American, 1928-1987] (6 Images)
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