Roy Lichtenstein’s Tate Retrospective

By Martin Gayford - 2013-02-20T10:39:00Z

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"Still Life with Goldfish"

That included Lichtensteinized versions of works by predecessors such as Monet and Picasso and of venerable themes including the nude.

Another subject was that fundamental of expressive painting, the thick and fluid brush-stroke -- rendered, paradoxically dead- pan and flat, in dots and heavy outlines.

Left, "Still Life with Goldfish" (1972).