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 (lĭk′tən-stīn′, -stēn′), Roy 1923-1997.
American pop artist best known for his large-scale depictions of comic book panels.
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(Biography) Roy. 1923–97, US pop artist
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(ˈlɪk tənˌstin)

Roy, 1923–97, U.S. painter.
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Noun1.Lichtenstein - United States painter who was a leading exponent of pop art (1923-1997)Lichtenstein - United States painter who was a leading exponent of pop art (1923-1997)
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The commanders are: Herr General Wimpfen, le Comte de Langeron, le Prince de Lichtenstein, le Prince, de Hohenlohe, and finally Prishprish, and so on like all those Polish names."
Hatton Gallery, in Newcastle University, will present the Artist Rooms exhibition, featuring Lichtenstein pieces.
Meanwhile, across the water his contemporary Roy Lichtenstein was playing a key part in the Pop art movement that exploded in the USA.
"If the day-to-day things that happen in your personal life are not going well if you're overreacting or unhappy that goes hand-in-hand with productivity," said Lichtenstein, the author of "SOAR with Resilience."
The incident "never would have happened today," Lichtenstein said.
The subjects consented to participate were randomly divided into two groups using a computer-generated random number table: 1) Patients who underwent Lichtenstein's repair; 2) Patients who underwent Bassini's repair.
It was claimed Boyata was absent through a back injury and illness but Lichtenstein said: "It's difficult, it's impossible for this kind of pain to go away in less than a month.
Completed in 1963, the 55-year-old work's comic-book style has made it a popular fixture on student bedrooms for decades, and it complements the Lichtenstein pieces already on display at the Tate which have attracted more than 70,000 visitors since the exhibit opened last September.
Andrew Lichtenstein successfully closed this off-market deal for a record price for the Bronx.
Results: The hospital stay was higher in patients who had Lichtenstein repair, Superficial surgical site infections in cohort A (6.5%) and cohort B (4.36%) were noted.
Warhol's famous blue-hued Self-Portrait (1963-64) is expected to fetch up to PS7 million, while Lichtenstein's Two Paintings With Dado is estimated at PS3 million.