If you want to decorate your home with unique or interesting posters, “In The Car, Roy Lichtenstein” canvas print is for you. Roy Lichtenstein drew this painting in the style of a comic book in the pop art style. This is one of his most expensive works of art. He completed three paintings with the title “In the Car.”
The theme of “In the automobile,” as in most of his early work based on comics, was the relationship between a “man and a girl.” A tense theatrical graphic single-frame image of a passionate discourse between a man and a woman. To convey the sense of movement, Lichtenstein employed horizontal parallel lines. According to an Art Magazine review from November 1963, “In the Car” was one of the most “large-scale and striking paintings” of the 1963 exhibition at the Leo Castelli Gallery.
The obvious lengthy silence of a woman looking with a stony gaze through the window of a car creates an atmosphere, a feeling of surrender, in “In the automobile.” Unlike the original source, there is no text balloon in the photo indicating the girl’s thought: “I swore to myself that I would miss my appointment, that I would not go for a car ride with him, but I did not have time to come to my senses….»
Artist: In The Car
Name: Roy Lichtenstein
Type: Canvas Print
Condition: Stretched (Ready to hang) or Rolled
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