Roy Lichtenstein’s Tate Retrospective

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

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"Landscape in Fog"

Lichtenstein seemed to take pleasure in translating the least suitable subjects into his pop-derived language: water, the reflections in mirrors, the misty landscapes of classical Chinese painting, geometrical abstraction.

Left, "Landscape in Fog" (1996). Late in life Lichtenstein produced a series of pictures based on Chinese landscape paintings. 

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