B I B L I O G R A P H Y

Updated by Clare Bell
6/21/05


AACHEN 1972. Neue Galerie der Stadt Aachen--der Bestand '72: Kunst um 1970/Art around 1970. Sammlung Ludwig in Aachen. Aachen: Neue Galerie der Stadt Aachen, 1972.

ABADIE 1975a. Daniel Abadie. Roy Lichtenstein: dessins sans bande. Catalogue of exhibition, January 10-February 17, 1975. Paris: Centre National d'Art Contemporain, 1975. Interview with Lichtenstein by John Coplans.

ABADIE 1975b. ------. "Les dessins de Roy Lichtenstein." XXe siècle n.s., no. 44 (June 1975): 176-77.

ABANCO 1990. Lola Donaire Abanco. "Las figuras de Roy Lichtenstein." Cerámica, no. 37 (1990): 33-35.

ABBOTT 1986. L. L. Abbott. "Comic Art: Characteristics and Potentialities of a Narrative Medium." Journal of Popular Culture 19, no. 4 (Spring 1986): 155-76.

ADAMS 1992a. Brooks Adams. "Roy Lichtenstein's Interiors." Atelier, no. 784 (June 1992): 21-25.

ADAMS 1992b. ------. "New Pop Reflections." Art in America 80, no. 7 (July 1992): 88-91.

ADCOCK 1983. Craig Adock. Roy Lichtenstein: Graphics. Catalogue of exhibition, February 25-March 20, 1983. Tallahassee, Florida: Fine Arts Gallery, School of Visual Arts, Florida State University, 1983

ADCOCK 1985. ------. "Why Marcel Duchamp's Old Hat Still Addresses the Situation to the Nines." Arts Magazine 59, no. 7 (March 1985): 75.

ADELMAN 2005. Bob Adelman. “Pentimenti: A Bonanza of Buried Lichtentein Treasures,” in Eckhard Schneider ed. Roy Lichtenstein: Classic of the New, pp. 196-209 [unpaginated]. Catalogue of exhibition, June 12 - September 4, 2005 , Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, Austria.

ADELMAN 1997. William J. Adelman Jr. “Pop Art,” Famouth Enterprise (Massachusetts) (March 28, 1997)

ADVERTISER’S WEEKLY 1968. “’Whaam’ and after,” Advertiser’s Weekly (London) December 22, 1967

AKITA 1981. Norikazu Akita. "Kagirinaki Pessimism." Mizue, no. 921 (December 1981): 80-85.

ALBRECHT 1987. J. Albrecht. "Fountain by R. Mutt: Marcel Duchamp zum 100. Geburtstag." Pantheon 45, no. *** (1987): 161+***.

ALBRIGHT-KNOX 1966. Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. Contemporary Art—Acqusitions 1962-1965. Catalogue of exhibition, Acquisitions 1962-1966. September 30-October 30, 1966

ALBUQUERQUE TRIBUNE 1964. “Pop Art Show Opens With Faculty Exhibit,” Albuquerque Tribune (New Mexico) (January 18, 1964)

ALDRICH 1968. Larry Aldrich. Highlights of the 1967-68 Art Season. Catalogue of exhibition, June 16-September 15. Ridgefield: Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, 1968.

ALEXANDER 1992. Paul Alexander. "What Happened to Andy's Treasures?" New York, January 27, 1992, p. 28. ***

ALFIERI 1962. Bruno Alfieri. "USA: “Verso la fine della pittura ‘a stratta’?” “Vers la fin de la peinture ‘abstraite’? “Towards the End of 'Abstract' Painting?" Metro, nos. 4/5 (May 30, 1962): 4-13.

ALFIERI 1965a. ------. "La situazione dell'arte/The Arts Condition--'Pop' ugale 'non popolare'/'Pop' means 'not popular'." Metro, no. 9 (1965): 4-9.

ALFIERI 1965b. ------. "L'avvenire dell'arte--Una nuova dimensione operativa/The Arts' Future--A New Operational Dimension." Metro, no. 9 (1965): 8-13.

ALFIERI 1966. ------. "Diario critico II/A Critic's Journal II." Metro, no. 10 (1966): 4-11.

ALGE 1969. Marjorie Alge. “A Gallery Full of People and Pop,” Cleveland Press (February 15, 1969)

ALLOWAY 1963a. Lawrence Alloway. "Notes on Five New York Painters." Gallery Notes (Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo), 26, no. 2 (Autumn 1963): 13-20.

ALLOWAY 1963b. ------. Six Painters and the Object. Catalogue of exhibition, March 14-June 12. New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1963.

ALLOWAY 1964. ------. American Drawings. Catalogue of exhibition, September-October. New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1964.

ALLOWAY 1965. ------. Word and Image. Catalogue of exhibition, December 8, 1965-January 2, 1966. New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

ALLOWAY 1967a. Lawrence Alloway. Roy Lichtenstein: Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture. Catalogue of exhibition, December. Cincinnati: Contemporary Arts Center, 1967.

ALLOWAY 1967b. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein's Period Style: From the 'Thirties to the 'Sixties and Back." Arts Magazine 42, no. 1 (September-October 1967): 24-29.

ALLOWAY 1968a. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein." Studio International 175, no. 896 (January 1968): 25-31.

ALLOWAY 1968b. ------. The Venice Biennale, 1895-1968: From Salon to Goldfish Bowl. Greenwich, Conn.: New York Graphic Society, 1968.

ALLOWAY 1969a. ------. "Art: Borrowing Techniques of Other Artists." Nation, July 28, 1969, pp. 92-93.

ALLOWAY 1969b. ------. "Popular Culture and Pop Art." Studio International 178, no. 913 (July-August): 16-21.

ALLOWAY 1972a. ------. "On Style: An Examination of Roy Lichtenstein's Development, Despite a New Monograph on the Artist." Artforum 10, no. 7 (March 1972): 53-59.

ALLOWAY 1972b. ------. Roy Lichtenstein. Catalogue of exhibition, June 21-August 20. Houston: Contemporary Arts Museum, 1972.

ALLOWAY 1974. ------. American Pop Art. Catalogue of exhibition, April 6-June 16. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1974.

ALLOWAY 1975. ------. Topics in American Art since 1945. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1975.

ALLOWAY 1979a. ------. "Art." Nation, June 2, 1979, pp. 644-45.

ALLOWAY 1979b. ------. Mirrors and Entablatures. Catalogue of exhibition, October 25-December 14. Stony Brook: State University of New York, 1979.

ALLOWAY 1981. ------. "Reassessing Roy Lichtenstein." Portfolio 3, no. 4 (July-August 1981): 50-55.

ALLOWAY 1983. ------. Roy Lichtenstein. New York: Abbeville, 1983. Telephone interview with Lichtenstein conducted in February 1983, pp. 105-07.

AMAYA 1965a. Mario Amaya. Pop Art...and After. New York: Viking, 1965.

AMAYA 1965b. ------. Pop as Art: A Survey of the New Super-Realism. London: Studio Vista Ltd., 1965.

AMAYA 1968. ------. “Tales of Love and War,” Financial Times (London ), January 9, 1968

AMAYA 1968. ------. The Obsessive Image, 1960-1968. Catalogue of exhibition, April 10-May 29. London: Institute of Contemporary Arts, 1968.

AMAYA 1970. ------. "Collectors: Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Glenn." Art in America 58, no. 2 (March-April 1970): 86-93.

AMAYA 1978. ------. "Architectural Digest Visits: Roy Lichtenstein." Architectural Digest 35, no. 6 (July-August 1978): 82-87, 144.

AMAYA 1984. ------. "Scaling the Heights, De Kooning into Lichtenstein." Studio International 196, no. 1004 (1984): 41-42.

AMERICAN ARTIST 1986. "Vicki Lou's Letters from Long Island." American Artist 50 (November 1986): 20+.

AMMANN 1968. Jean-Christophe Ammann. "Roy Lichtenstein." Werk 55, no. 4 (April 1968): 278-79.

AMMANN and BEEREN 1968. Jean-Christophe Ammann and Wim Beeren. Roy Lichtenstein. Catalogue of exhibition, February 23-March 31. Bern: Kunsthalle Bern, 1968.

ANBINDER 1999. Paul Anbinder ed. Roy Lichtenstein: Interiors. Catalogue of exhibition July 23 - October 10, 1999, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Illinois.

ANDERSON 1976. Dennis R. Anderson. Three Hundred Years of American Art in the Chrysler Museum. Catalogue of exhibition, March 1-July 4, 1976. Norfolk, Virginia, The Chrysler Museum of Art, 1976.

ANDERSON 1981. Richard E. Anderson. New Dimensions in Drawing, 1950-1980. Catalogue of exhibition, May 2-September 6. Ridgefield: Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, 1981.

ANDRE 2001. Mila Andra. “Artsmart.” Daily News (November 17, 2001), p.

ANDREAE 1969. Christopher Andreae. "Trying to Shock--Himself." Christian Science Monitor, September 18, 1969, section 2, p. 11.

ANTIQUES AND THE ARTS WEEKLY 2002. “Nothing to Cry About: Lichtenstein’s “Happy Tears” Sets Records For The Artist At $7.1 Million.” Antiques and The Arts Weekly (November 22, 2002), p. 72-E.

ANTOINE 1966. Jean Antoine. "Métamorphoses: l'école de New York." Quadrum, no. 18 (March 1966): 161-62. Statement by Lichtenstein transcribed from a film soundtrack.

AQUILA 1974. Emily H. Aquila. Pop Art and After. Catalogue of exhibition, January. Williamstown, Mass.: Williams College Museum of Art, 1974.

AQUIN 2003. Stéphane Aquin ed. Global Village: The 1960s. Catalogue of exhibition, The Montreal Museum of Fine Art, October 2, 2003-January 18, 2004. Dallas Museum of Art, February 19-May 23, 2004. The Montreal Museum of Fine Art and Snoeck Publishers.

ARDITI 1996. Fiamma Arditi. “Lichtenstein, il pop è un paesaggio bianco,” La Stampa (Turin, Italy) (September 27, 1996), p. 23.

ARDITI 1997. ------. “Roy Lichtenstein: L’Anima Gioiosa del Pop.” La Stampa (Turin Italy) (October 1, 1997), p. 23

ARGONAUTA 1970. Argonauta, “avanguardia americana,” Il Capitalé (June 1970), pp. 37-38.

ARLES 1990. Palais De Luppé, Arles, France. Roy Lichtenstein and Robert Rauschenberg, 38 oeuvres gravées de 1965 à 1989. In association with Fondation Vincent Van Gogh, 1990.

ARMSTRONG 1984. Richard Armstrong. "Cheez Whiz." Artforum 22, no. 8 (April 1984): 61-65.

ARMSTRONG and GROWE 1981. Tom Armstrong and Bernd Growe. Amerikanische Malerei 1930-1980. Catalogue of exhibition, November 14, 1981-January 31, 1982. Munich: Haus der Kunst, 1981.

ARMSTRONG and LARSEN 1989. Tom Armstrong and Susan C. Larsen. Art in Place: Fifteen Years of Acquisitions. Catalogue of exhibition, July 7-October 29. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989.

ARNASON 1968. H. H. Arnason. History of Modern Art: Painting, Sculpture, Architecture. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1968.

ARNASON 1977. ------. History of Modern Art: Painting, Sculpture, Architecture. Revised and enlarged edition. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1977.

ARNASON 1986. ------. History of Modern Art: Painting, Sculpture, Architecture. Revised and updated by Daniel Wheeler. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1986.

ART AND ANTIQUES 1984. "Artful Artifacts." Art & Antiques *** (December 1984): 68-73.

ARTI 1993. "American Art in the 20th Century: Painting and Sculpture (1913-1993): A Major Exhibition in Berlin and London." Arti 13 (January-February 1993): 186-89.

ARTNER 1977. Alan G. Artner. "Roy Lichtenstein: Richard Gray Gallery." ARTnews 76, no. 4 (April 1977): 94.

ARTNER 1984. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein: A Father of Pop Stretches beyond '60s Cartoons." Chicago Tribune, November 11, 1984, section 13, p. 30.

ART NEWSPAPER 2001. “Lichtenstein’s brushstrokes legacy at Mitchell-Innes & Nash while Gagosian installs ‘Brushstoke’ at the Seagram Building Plaza.” The Art Newspaper (November 2001) vol. XII, No. 119, p.

ARTS ADVOCATE 1995. “The Celebration of A Student and His Teacher,” Arts Advocate: The Ohio State University College of the Arts, vol. 16, no. 1 (Fall1995), p. 1, 7.

ASHTON 1962. Dore Ashton. “New York Report,” Das Kunstwerk (1962), pp. 26-28.

ASHTON 1964. ------. "On the Way to the Fair." Studio International 168, no. 857 (September 1964): 118-21.

ASHTON 1969. ------. "New York Commentary." Studio 178, no. 916 (November 1969): 176-77.

ASHTON 1970. ------. L'Art vivant aux Etats-Unis. Catalogue of exhibition, July 16-September 30. St. Paul, France: Fondation Maeght, 1970.

ASHTON 1974. ------. "Retrospective/Perspective, 1961/1974." Arts Magazine 49, no. 1 (September 1974): 34-39.

ASSOCIATED PRESS 1997. “Artist dots landscape with his unusual style,” Brockton Enterprise (Massachusetts) (March 23, 1997). Excerpted in Eagle-Tribune (March 24, 1997)

ATKINSON 1965. Tracy Atkinson. Pop Art and the American Tradition. Catalogue of Exhibition, April 9-May 9, 1965, Milwaukee Art Center, Wisconsin.

AUER 1999. James Auer. “Pow! Crak! Roy Is Back,” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (September 30, 199), pp. 1E, 4E.

AUGUR ET AL. 1982. Julie Augur et al. Leo Castelli and His Artists. Catalogue of exhibition, La Jolla, La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, April 23-June 6; Aspen, Aspen Center for the Visual Arts, June 17-August 7; New York, Leo Castelli Gallery, September 11-October 9; Portland, Oregon, Portland Center for the Visual Arts, October 22-December 3; Austin, Texas, Laguna Gloria Art Museum, December 17, 1982-February 13, 1983. Aspen: Aspen Center for the Visual Arts, 1982. Preface by Philip Yenawine, interview with Leo Castelli and Laura de Coppet, profile of Leo Castelli by Calvin Tomkins.

AVEDON 1965, Richard Avedon, ed. “The Editor’s Guest book,” Harper’s Bazaar (April 1965), p. 141.

BAIGELL 1966. Matthew Baigell. "American Abstract Expressionism and Hard Edge: Some Comparisons." Studio International 171, no. 873 (January 1966): 10-15.

BAGLEY 2001. Christopher Bagley. “Pulizer’s Prize: With a little help from Tadao Ando, Emily Pulitzer is putting her world-class art collection on display.” W Magazine (November 2001), p. 96, 98.

BAKER, E. 1966. Elizabeth C. Baker. "Reviews and Previews: Group Shows--Bianchini." ARTnews 64, no. 10 (February 1966): 53.

BAKER, E. 1971. ------. "The Glass of Fashion and the Mold of Form." ARTnews 70, no. 2 (April 1971): 40-41, 65-66.

BAKER, E. 1972. ------. "Reviews and Previews: Roy Lichtenstein." ARTnews 70, no. 9 (January 1972): 18.

BAKER 1997a. ------. “Riding Horses on the Beach, Talking Art in a Loft.” New York Times (October 5, 1997), p. 50

BAKER 1997b. ------. “Roy Lichtenstein 1923-1997.” Art in America (December 1997), vol. 85, p. 21

BAKER 1997. Kenneth Baker. “Lichtenstein—Connecting the Dots in a Unique Comic Vision.” San Francisco Chronicle (September 30, 1997), p. D1

BAKER 2004a. ------. “To fully connect with Lichtenstein’s power and significance, start where the SFMOMA show ends, and finish where it starts,” San Francisco Chronicle: Datebook (October 22, 2004), pp. E1, E11

BAKER 2004b. ------. “Lichtenstein at Meyerovich,” San Francisco Chronicle: Datebook (October 23, 2004), p. E10

BAKER, R.B. 1963. Richard Brown Baker. “Two in the First Row,” Art in America: Museum Preview (1963) no. 5, pp. 90-91.

BAKER, R. B. 1964. Richard Brown Baker. Paintings and Constructions of the 1960's Selected from the Richard Brown Baker Collection. Catalogue of exhibition, October 2-25. Providence: Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art, 1964.

BAKER, R. B. 1965. ------. Art of the Fifties and Sixties: Selections from the Richard Brown Baker Collection. Catalogue of exhibition, April 25-July 5. Ridgefield, Conn.: Larry Aldrich Museum, 1965.

BAKER, R. B. 1973. ------. Small Works: Selections from the Richard Brown Baker Collection of Contemporary Art. Catalogue of exhibition, April 5-May 6. Providence: Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, 1973.

BAKER, R. B. 1979. ------. Selections from the Collection of Richard Brown Baker. Catalogue of exhibition, October 4-November 11. Princeton, New Jersey: Squibb Gallery, 1979.

BAKER, R. B. 1985. ------. Fortissimo! Thirty Years from the Richard Brown Baker Collection. Catalogue of exhibition, March 1-April 28. Providence: Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art, 1985. Also San Diego Museum of Art, June 29-August 11; Portland Art Museum, October 1-November 10.

BALDWIN, C. 1973. Carl Baldwin. "Le penchant des peintres américains pour le réalisme." Connaissance des Arts, no. 254 (April 1973): 120.

BALDWIN, C. 1973 Carl Baldwin, “Realism: The American Mainstream” Realities (London) no. 276 (November 1973): 42-51.

BALDWIN, C. 1974. ------. "On the Nature of Pop." Artforum 12, no. 10 (June 1974): 34-37.

BALDWIN, N. 1970. Nick Baldwin. "Pop Art! Des Moines Art Center Buys Roy Lichtenstein's 'The Great Pyramid.'" Des Moines Register, February 27, 1970, p. ***.

BALLATORE 1975a. Sandy Ballatore. "Roy Lichtenstein: Transitional Paintings." Artweek 6, no. 17 (April 26, 1975): 3.

BALLATORE 1975b. ------. "Lichtenstein Paintings and Sculpture." Artweek 6, no. 23 (June 14, 1975): p. 5.

BANKOWSKY 1988. Jack Bankowsky. "Roy Lichtenstein." Flash Art, no. 140 (May/June 1988): 105.

BANNARD 1966. Walter Darby Bannard. "Present-Day Art and Ready-Made Styles." Artforum 5, no. 4 (December 1966): 30-35.

BANNARD 1970. ------. "Notes on an Auction." Artforum 9, no. 1 (September 1970): 62-64.

BARNETT 1984. Vivian Endicott Barnett. 100 Works by Modern Masters from the Guggenheim Museum. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1984.

BARO 1968. Gene Baro. "Roy Lichtenstein: Technique as Style." Art International 12, no. 9 (November 1968): 35-38.


BAROZZI 1966. Paolo Barozzi. “ Roy Lichtenstein ei fumetti,” Tempo presente (Rome, Italy) vol. 11, no. 1 (June 1966), pp. 59-62.

BARRON 1975. Stephanie Barron. "Matisse and Contemporary Art: 1950-1970." Arts Magazine 49, no. 9 (May 1975): 66-67.

BARRON 1982. ------. "Painless Expressionism." ARTnews 81, no. 7 (September 1982): 64-65.

BARTSCH 1979. Ingo Bartsch. "Stilleben und Avantgarde." In Stilleben in Europa, eds. Uta Bernsmeier, Christian Klemm, Joseph Lammers, Gerhard Langemeyer, Gisela Luther, pp. 514-38. Catalogue of exhibition, November 25, 1979-February 24, 1980. Munster: Westfälisches Landesmuseum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte, 1979. Also Staatliche Kunsthalle, Baden-Baden, March 15-June 15, 1980.

BASEL 1978. Petits formats. Catalogue of exhibition, May-July. Basel: Galerie Beyeler, 1978.

BASEL 1980. Lettres et chiffres/Schrift im bild. Catalogue of exhibition, March-May. Basel: Galerie Beyeler, 1980.

BASEL 1982. Portraits et figures. Catalogue of exhibition, February-April. Basel: Galerie Beyeler, 1982.

BASEL 1993. New York on Paper. Catalogue of exhibition, June-October. Basel: Galerie Beyeler, 1993.

BASHA 2001. Gina Basha. “Action: Roy Lichtenstein.” City (New York) (November/December 2001), p. 22.

BASS 1992. Ruth Bass. "Roy Lichtenstein." ARTnews 91, no. 5 (May 1992): 122.

BATTCOCK 1966. Gregory Battcock, ed. The New Art: A Critical Anthology. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1966.

BATTCOCK 1968. ------. Minimal Art: A Critical Anthology. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1968.

BATTCOCK 1970. Gregory Battcock. "Wall Paintings and the Wall." Arts Magazine 45, no. 3 (December 1970/January 1971): 24-26.

BATTCOCK 1971. ------. "New York." Art and Artists 6, no. 3 (June 1971): 58-59.

BAUM 1974. P. Baum. Kunst der sechziger Jahre. Catalogue of exhibition, March 21-April 20. Linz: Neue Galerie der Stadt Linz, Wolfgang Gurlitt Museum, 1974.

BAUR 1992. Eva-Gesine Baur. "Mit Allen Wassern Gewaschen." Rafael's World, no. 1 (1992): 35-36.

BAZAAR 1998. Una historieta diferente: Roy Lichtenstein,” Bazaar (Mexico) vol. 19, no.7, pp. 38-39

BECKER, J. 1965. Jürgen Becker. Happenings, Fluxus, Pop Art, Nouveau Réalisme. Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1965.

BECKER, W. 1977. Wolfgang Becker. Der Ausgestellte Künstler: Museumskunst seit 45. Aachen: Neue Galerie der Stadt Aachen, 1977.

BEEREN 1966. Wim Beeren. "De 33e biennale van venetië." Museumjournaal 11, no. 6 (1966): 144-55.

BEEREN 1967. ------. Roy Lichtenstein. Catalogue of exhibition, November 4-December 17. Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum, 1967. Traveled to Tate Gallery, London England, January 6-February 4, 1968; Kunsthalle Bern, Bern Switzerland, February 20-March 31, 1968; Kestner-Gesellschaft, Hannover, germany, April 13-May 19, 1968.

BELL 1996. J. Bowyer Bell,” Leo, Roy and Ground Zero: Thirty-Five Years On,” Review (New York) (October 1, 1996), pp. 1-5.

BELT 1969. Byron Belt. “Lichtenstein pops into the Guggenheim,”

BELZ and GOLDBERG 1987. Carl Belz and Beth Goldberg. Postwar Paintings from Brandeis University. Catalogue of exhibition. San Francisco: The Art Museum Association of America, 1987. The Art Museum, Florida International University, Miami, January 16-March 13; University Gallery, University of Florida, Gainesville, March 29-May 24; Tucson Museum of Art, Arizona, September 13-November 8; Palm Springs Desert Museum, California, January 17-March 13, 1988.

BENEDIKT 1966a. Michael Benedikt. "New York Letter." Art International 10, no. 2 (February 1966): 63-66.

BENEDIKT 1966b. ------. "New York Letter." Art International 10, no. 4 (April 1966): 79-85.

BERG (1961). Paul Berg. “About-Face from the Abstract,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Sunday Pictures (December 31, 1961), pp. 10-11.

BERGGRUEN 1971. John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco. Roy Lichtenstein: A Retrospective of Prints. Catalogue of exhibition, September 15-October 25, 1971.

BERKSON 1965. William Berkson. "In the Galleries: Warhol, Oldenburg, Lichtenstein." Arts Magazine 39, nos. 8-9 (May-June 1965): 59-60.

BERKSON 1966a. ------. "In the Galleries: Roy Lichtenstein." Arts Magazine 40, no. 3 (January 1966): 54-55.

BERKSON 1966b. ------. "In the Galleries: Ten from Rutgers." Arts Magazine 40, no. 5 (March 1966): 59-60.

BERMAN 2002. Avis Berman. “In A New Times Square, a Wink at Futures Past,” The New York Times ((September 1, 2002), p. 1, 25.

BERMAN 2003. ------. “The Transformation of Roy Lichtenstein: an oral history,” in Roy Lichtenstein: All About Art, pp. 114-134. Catalogue of exhibition, August 22, 2003-January 11, 2004. Louisiana, Denmark: Lousiana Museum of Modern Art. Also Hayward Gallery, London February 26-May 16, 2004; Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, June 24-September 27, 2004

BERMAN 2005. ------. “‘Joy and Bravura and Irreverence’:Roy Lichtenstein and Images of Women,” in Eckhard Schneider ed. Roy Lichtenstein: Classic of the New, pp. 138-144. Catalogue of exhibition, June 12 - September 4, 2005 , Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, Austria.

BERNARD and THOMPSON 1986. April Bernard and Mimi Thompson, "Roy Lichtenstein." Bomb, no. 14 (Winter 1986): 22-27. Interview conducted in New York, early November 1985.

BERWICK 2002. Carly Berwick. “ARTtalk: A Giant Stroke for Mankind.” ARTnews (January 2002), p. 27.

BILD 1995. “Roy Lichtenstein: Seine Bilder schockten die Kunst-Szene,” Bild (Germany) (February 10, 1995), p.

BLAIR 2000. Cynthia Blair. “Roy Lichtenstein: Pop Artist Paints in Southampton.” Newsday: Long Islander of the Century (October 17, 200), p. A19.

BLAU 1981. Douglas Blau. “Roy Lichtenstein Pilfered Planes and Lifted Lines,” The Wall Street Journal (May 29, 1981), p. 21.

BLECHEN 1988. Camilla Blechen. “Märchenhafte Vergangenheit,” Frankfurter Allemagne Zeitung

BLØNDAL 2001. Torsten Bløndal ed. Pop Art from the Lilja Collection: Dine, Rosenquist, Lichtenstein, Rauschenberg, Denmark: Hellerup. Catalogue of exhibition, Høvikodden, Norway, Henie-Onstad Art Center, February 9-April 1991. Traveled to Odense, Norway, Kunstallen Brandts Klædefabrik, April 20-July 28, 1991.

BOATTO 1983. Alberto Boatto. Pop Art. Rome: Bari, 1983.

BOATTO 1964. ------. “Incontri newyorkesi,” La Fiera Letteraria (Milan) (December 6, 1964), p. 11.

BOATTO and FALZONI 1966. Alberto Boatto and Giordano Falzoni, eds. Lichtenstein. Rome, 1966. Published in magazine format as Fantazaria 1, no. 2 (July-August 1966). Texts by Alberto Boatto, Maurizio Calvesi, Ellen Johnson, Max Kozloff, Filberto Menna, Alan Solomon, Robert Rosenblum.

BODE 1994. Peter M. Bode. "Roy Lichtenstein: Am Anfang war der Comic Strip. Art: Das Kunstmagazin, no. 10 (October 1994): 14-29.

BOICE 1973. Bruce Boice. "Reviews." Artforum 11, no. 9 (May 1973): 79-83.

BOIME 1968. Albert Boime. "Roy Lichtenstein and the Comic Strip." Art Journal 28, no. 2 (Winter 1968-69): 155-59.

BOIS 2002. Yve-Alain Bois. “Roy Lichtestein: Perfect/Imperfect in Roy Lichtentein: Perfect/Imperfect, pp. 9-20. Catalogue of exhibition, September 28-December 7, 2002. New York: Gagosian Gallery.

BONASIA 2003. J. Bonasia. “When Pop (Pow!) Hit Fine Art.” Investor’s Business Daily (January 13, 2003)

BONETTI 1997. David Bonetti. “Roy Lichtenstein, 73, Pioneer of Pop Art Comic Books Inspired Witty, Colorful Paintings.” San Francisco Examiner (September 30, 1997), p. A15

BORGEAUD 1970. Bernard Borgeaud. "Paris." Arts Magazine 44, no. 7 (May 1970): 53-54.

BORIS 2001. Janet Boris. Roy Lichtenstein (Art Ed Books and Kit). New York: Harry N. Abrmas, 2001.

BOROZZI (1966). Paolo Barozzi. “Roy Lichtenstein e I fumetti,” Tempo Presente (Rome) (June 1966) vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 59-62.

BORSICK 1963. Helen Borsick, “Roy Lichtenstein Makes Splash as Pop Artist,” The Plain Dealer (April 28, 1963), p. 2G

BORSICK 1969a-------. “Haystacks, Cathedrals and Posters,” The Plain Dealer (September 7, 1969)

BORSICK 1969. ------. “Pop Artist Roy Lichtenstein Is Candid on Copying Others’ Art,” The Plain Dealer (February 17, 1969), p.

BOSTON 1986. Endgame: Reference and Simulation in Recent Painting and Sculpture. Catalogue of exhibition, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, September 25-November 30. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1986. Essays by Yve-Alain Bois, Thomas Crow, Hal Foster, David Joselit, Bob Riley, Elisabeth Sussman.

BOUDAILLE 1966. Georges Boudaille. “Venise 66: Succès des sculpteurs la peinture en désarroi,” Les Arts (1966), pp. 28-29

BOULLIER 1963. René Boullier. “Semaine éclectique: grès, peintures et dessins,” Aux Ecoutes (Paris) (June 7, 1963)

BOUNIORT ET AL. 1980. J. Bouniort, V. Herbin, D. Lagoutte, B. Piens. Le pop'art: le pop'art anglais et le pop'art américain. Paris: Centre National de Documentation Pédagogique, 1980.

BOURDON 1964. David Bourdon , Jr. “Roy Lichtenstein: Landscapes,” The Village Voice (October 29, 1964), p. 9, 19.

BOURDON 1975. David Bourdon. “Three Artists Draw on the Past,” The Village Voice (New York) (November 10, 1975), p. 112.

BOURDON 1980. ------. "Made in U.S.A." Portfolio 2, no. 5 (November-December 1980): 42-49.

BOURDON 1981. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein, 1970-1980." Vogue, June 1981, pp. 40+.

BOURDON 1988. ------. Pop Art. Catalogue of exhibition, February 29-March 19. Paris: Galerie 1900-2000, 1988.

BOURGEOIS 1969. Jean-Louis Bourgeois. "New York." Artforum 8, no. 3 (November 1969): 74-78.

BOWLES 1993. Hamish Bowles ed., “The Prince of Pop” Vogue (September 1993), pp. 516-521, 584, 586-588. Adapted from “Brushstrokes,” by Calvin Tompkins (see TOMKINS and ADELMAN 1988)

BOWMAN and SOBEL 1988. Russell Bowman and Dean Sobel. 1988: The World of Art Today. Catalogue of exhibition, May 6-August 28. Milwaukee: Milwaukee Art Museum, 1988.

BOWMAN and SOBEL 1990. ------. Word as Image: American Art, 1960-1990. Catalogue of exhibition, June 15-August 26. Milwaukee: Milwaukee Art Museum, 1990. Also Oklahoma City Art Museum, November 17, 1990-February 2, 1991; Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, February 23-May 12, 1991.

BOWNESS 1964. Alan Bowness. "54/64: Painting and Sculpture of a Decade." Studio International 167, no. 853 (May 1964): 190-95.

BOWNESS ET AL. 1964. ------ et al. 54/64: Painting and Sculpture of a Decade. Catalogue of exhibition, April 22-June 28. London: Tate Gallery, 1964. Contributions by Lawrence Gowing and Philip James.

BRAFF 1999. Phyllis Braff. “Social Issues of the 90’s and Icons of the 60’s: ‘Pop Art’” The New York Times (June 13, 199), p. 23.

BRANDT 1985. Frederick R. Brandt. Late Twentieth-Century Art: Selections from the Sydney and Frances Lewis Collection in the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Richmond: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1985.

BRANDT and BUTLER 1981. Frederick R. Brandt and Susan L. Butler. Late Twentieth Century Art From the Sydney and Frances Lewis Collection. Richmond, Virginia: The Sydney and Frances Lewis Foundation, 1981.

BREDOW ET AL. 1976. Barbara Bredow et al. Schuhwerke: Aspekte zum Menschenbild. Catalogue of exhibition, May 28-September 26. Nuremberg: Kunsthalle Nürnberg, 1976.

BREERETTE 1975. Geneviève Breerette. “Figures de style et questions d’ordre plastique,” Le Monde (Paris) (January 30, 1975)

BREERETTE 1982. ------. "Lichtenstein, le face à face." Le Monde, September 23, 1982, p. 19.

BRENES 1975. Brenes Nouvelles de France, “Dessins de Lichtenstein au Centre National d’Art Contemporain,” (February 1, 1975)

BRENNEMAN 2004. Christine Brenneman. “Artistically Incorrect,” Martin Independent Journal (San Francisco) (October 21, 2004), pp. 16-18.

BRENSON 1982. Michael Brenson. "The Changing World of Roy Lichtenstein." New York Times, August 10, 1982, p. C9.

BREST 1968. Jorge Romero Brest. 11 Artistas Pop: "La Nueva Imagen". Catalogue of exhibition, May 13-29. Buenos Aires: Instituto Torcuato di Tella, 1968.

BRETT 1968. Guy Brett. “The subtle art of Roy Lichtenstein,” The Times (London) January 8, 1968

BREWSTER 1986. Todd Brewster. "Pop Primer: Roy Lichtenstein's Monumental Mural Explains the Modern Movement." Life, June 1986, pp. 74-78.

BRIGGS 1980. John Briggs. "Unshrouding the Muse: The Anatomy of Inspiration." ARTnews 79, no. 4 (April 1980): 52-55.

BRODSKY 1993. Sascha Brodsky, “Whamm!: Roy Lichtenstein at the Guggenheim,” Manhattan Arts International (November-December 1993), pp. 6-7.

BRONFEN 1992. Elisabeth Bronfen. Over Her Dead Body: Death, femininity and the aesthetic. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1992.

BRONXVILLE 1977. Ferrara, Lichtenstein, Nevelson, Ryman. Catalogue of exhibition, Sarah Lawrence Gallery, Bronxville, New York, September 14-October 9, 1977.

BROOKLYN CENTER 1966. Brooklyn Center of Long Island University. Conditional Commitment:...the artist's terms, An International Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture Catalogue of Exhibition, , March 25-April 10, 1966

BROUGHER 1989. Kerry Brougher. Selections from the Beatrice and Philip Gersh Collection. Catalogue of exhibition, November 19, 1989-March 11, 1990. Los Angeles: Museum of Contemporary Art, 1989.

BROWN 1963. Doris Brown.” Two Douglass Professors are Leading the Pop Art Charge,” The Arts and Hobbies (New Brunswick, New Jersey) (April 28, 1963), p. 20.

BROWN 1964. J. Carter Brown, “A Barbeque in the Shrine?” The Washington Post (December 6, 1964), p. G13.

BROZAN 1995. Nadine Brozan, “Chronicle: A Lichtenstein artwork goes global,” The New York Times (June 6, 1995), B2.

BR_DERLIN 2003. “Roy Lichtenstein und das Kunstzitat Pionierformen der Apprpriation Art,” in Ingried Brugger and Florian Steininger. Roy Lichtenstein. Catalogue of exhibition, Kunstforum, Wien, Austria, December 11, 2003-March 7, 2004. See BRUGGER 2003.

BRUGGER and STEININGER 2003. Ingried Brugger and Florian Steininger. Roy Lichtenstein. Catalogue of exhibition, Kunstforum Vienna, Austria, December 11, 2003-March 7, 2004.

BRUNDAGE and REIRING 1977. Susan Brundage and Janelle Reiring eds. Leo Castelli: Twenty Years. New York: Leo Castelli Inc, 1977

BRUNER 1952. Louise Bruner, “Kindergarten Dept.: Calls New Exhibit Doodling, Not Art,” The Cleveland News (March 1, 1952), p. 16.

BRUNER 1964. ------. "The Curious Case of Roy Lichtenstein," The Blade (Toledo, Ohio) (March 22, 1964), p.

BRUNER 1969. ------. “The World of Art: Local Collectors Reflect A City’s Artistic Climate,” The Blade (Toledo, Ohio) (February 23, 1969), p. 101

BRUNER 1993. ------. “Art Should be Constructive,” The Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio) (May 16, 1993)

BRUTVAN ET AL. 1982. Cheryl A. Brutvan et al. In Our Time: Houston's Contemporary Arts Museum, 1948-1982. Catalogue of exhibition, October 23, 1982-January 2, 1983. Houston: Contemporary Arts Museum, 1982.

BUCHLOH 1982. Benjamin Buchloh. "Parody and Appropriation in Francis Picabia, Pop, and Sigmar Polke." Artforum 20, no. 7 (March 1982): 28-34.

BUFFALO 1965. Contemporary Art -- Acquisitions 1962-1965. Buffalo: Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1965.

BULTEAU 2000. Michel Bulteau. Breast Pocket Notes sur Roy Lichtenstein. Paris: L’Échoppe 2000.

BURCHARD 1994. Hank Burchard, “Lichtenstein’s Top Pop Art, “ The Washington Post (November 4, 1994),

BURDEN 1974. Carter Burden. Selected Works from the Collection of Carter Burden. Catalogue of exhibition, May 9-June 1. New York: Marlborough Gallery, 1974.

BÜRGI ET AL. 1988. Bernhard Bürgi, Veit Loers, and Felix Thürlemann, Rot, Gelb, Blau: Die Primärfarben in der Kunst des 20. Jahrhunderts. Catalogue of exhibition, Kunstmuseum, St. Gallen, March 19-May 21; Museum Fridericianum, Kassel, June 12-September 18. Stuttgart: Gerd Hatje; Teufen: Arthur Niggli, 1988.

BURKE 1997. Cathy Burke. “Lichtenstein, Legend Dead at 73.” New York Post (September 30, 1997), p. 6

BURN 1974. Guy Burn. "Roy Lichtenstein." Arts Review 26, no. 8 (April 19, 1974): 204.

BURN 1977. ------. "A Real Surrealist in London." Apollo 106, no. 189 (November 1977): 422.

BURN 1986. ------. "Prints." Arts Review 38, no. 1 (January 17, 1986): 8-9.

BURNHAM 1971a. Jack Burnham. "Corporate Art." Artforum 10, no. 2 (October 1971): 66-71.

BURNHAM 1971b. ------. The Structure of Art. New York: Braziller, 1971.

BURR 1968. J*** Burr. "***." Apollo n.s. 87, no. *** (February 1968): 57.

BURR 1974. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein: Mayor Gallery." Apollo 99, no. 147 (May 1974): 373.

BURR 1976. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein: Mayor Gallery." Apollo 103, no. 170 (April 1976): 329.

BURR 1984. ------. "An American Classic." Apollo 119, no. 265 (March 1984): 221.

BURSTEIN 1981. P. Burstein. "Artist Roy Lichtenstein Has Laid Low for a Decade, but He Isn't Reduced to Yard Sales." People, June 8, 1981, pp. 84-86.

BUSCHE 1976. Ernst Busche. "Bericht aus London." Kunstwerk 29, no. 6 (November 1976): 95-96.

BUSCHE 1977. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein." Kunstwerk 30, no. 6 (December 1977): 90.

BUSCHE 1978a. ------. "Interview mit Roy Lichtenstein." Kunstwerk 31, no. 1 (February 1978): 14-25. Interview conducted in Southampton, New York, August 31, 1977. Published in English as BUSCHE 1978b.

BUSCHE 1978b. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein: An Interview." New York Arts Journal, no. 9 (May-June 1978): 11-12.

BUSCHE 1983. ------. “Roy Lichtenstein: d. Frühwerk 1942-1960,” Zugl.: Berlin, Freie University, Dissertation, 1983. Published as Roy Lichtenstein: Das Frühwerk, 1942-1960. Berlin: Gebr. Mann Verlag, 1988. Catalogue of traveling exhibition, November 21, 1988-January 12, 1989, Amerika-Haus, Berlin, Germany. Traveled to Amerikahaus, Frankfurt, Germany, January 20-February 16, 1989; Kunstverein, Rottenburg, Germany February 21-March 23, 1989; Amerikahaus, Cologne, Germany, April 5-May 5, 1989

BUSCHE 1989. ------. Roy Lichtenstein: Pop-Paintings 1961-1969. Munich: Schirmer/Mosel, 1989.

BUTLER 1970. Joseph T. Butler. "The American Way with Art: Roy Lichtenstein at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum." Connoisseur 173, no. 695 (January 1970): 73-75.

BUTLER 1979. Susan Butler. Late Twentieth Century Art from the Sidney and Frances Lewis Foundation. Catalogue of exhibition, March 22-May 2, 1979. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, University of Pennsylvania, Institute of Contemporary Art.

CABANNE 1964. Pierre Cabanne. "L'Amérique proclame la fin de l'École de Paris et lance le Pop Art pour coloniser l'Europe." Arts (Paris), no. 968 (June 24-30, 1964): 16.

CALAS 1966. Nicolas Calas. "Pop Icons." In Pop Art, ed. Lucy R. Lippard, pp. 163-71. New York: Oxford University Press, 1966.

CALAS 1968. ------. Art in the Age of Risk and Other Essays. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1968.

CALAS 1969. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein: Insight through Irony." Arts Magazine 44, no. 1 (September/October 1969): 29-33.

CALAS 1975. ------. Mirrors of the Mind. New York: Multiples Inc. and Castelli Graphics, 1975.

CALAS and CALAS 1971. Nicolas Calas and Elena Calas. Icons and Images of the Sixties. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1971.

CALDWELL 2002. Susan Havens Caldwell. The art of the sixties. Catalogue of exhibition, October 15-December 15, 2002. Norman, Oklahoma: Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma, 2002.

CALVESI 1966. Maurizio Calvesi. Le due avanguardie del Futurismo alla Pop Art. Milan: Lerici, 1966.

CALVESI 1971. ------. Le due avanguardie, Vol. 2, Informale, New Dada, Pop Art. Bari: Editori Laterza, 1971.

CAMBRIDGE 1977. Jubilation. American Art during the Reign of Elizabeth II. Catalogue of exhibition, May 10-June 18. Cambridge: Fitzwilliam Museum, 1977.

CAMERON 1989. Dan Cameron. Selections from the Collection of Marc and Livia Straus. Catalogue of exhibition, June 25-October 8. Ridgefield: Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, 1989.

CAMNITZER 1982. Luis Camnitzer. "Roy Lichtenstein en el Museo Whitney de Nueva York, 1970-80." Arte en Colombia, no. 18 (June 1982): 57-60.

CAMPBELL 1951. Lawrence Campbell. “Roy Lichtenstein,” ARTNews, vol. 50, no. 3 (May 1951), pp. 56-57.

CAMPBELL 1963. ------. "Reviews and Previews: Roy Lichtenstein." ARTnews 62, no. 7 (November 1963): 12-13.

CANADAY 1964. John Canaday. "Pop Art Sells On and On--Why?" New York Times Magazine (Section 6), May 31, 1964, pp. 7, 48; 52-53.

CANADAY 1966a. ------. “Art: Galaxy of Cartoon Stars on View,” The New York Times (May 8, 1966)

CANADAY 1966b. ------. “Show Biz Triumphs Over Art,” The New York Times (July 5, 1966)

CANADAY 1969a. ------. "Art: The Lichtenstein Retrospective." New York Times, September 20, 1969, p. 25.

CANADAY 1969b. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein and His Great Big Yacht." New York Times, September 21, 1969, section 2, p. 29.

CANADAY 1972. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein." New York Times, January 29, 1972, p. 25.

CAREY 1965. Martin Carey. The New American Realism. Catalogue of exhibition, February 18-April 14. Worcester, Mass.: Worcester Art Museum, 1965.

CARMEAN and HUNTER, S. 1980. E. A. Carmean, Jr., and Sam Hunter. The Morton G. Neumann Family Collection: Selected Works. Catalogue of exhibition, August 31-December 31. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, 1980.

CARR 1997. C Carr. “Remembering Roy,” The Village Voice (October 7, 1997), p. 53

CARRIER 1979. David Carrier. "Recent Esthetics and the Criticism of Art." Artforum 18, no. 2 (October 1979): 41-47.

CARUSO 1993. Joyce Caruso. "Toon Spirit." Mademoiselle, July 1993, pp. 66-67.

CARVAJAL 2001. Doreen Carvajal. “New Museum (Sort of) For St. Louis: The Pulitzer Art Collection Will Welcome Visitor, Up to a Point.” The New York Times (January 15, 2001), pp. E1, E3.

CASPER 1966. Foy C. Casper, Jr. Contemporary Art USA. Catalogue of exhibition, March 18-April 10. Norfolk, Vir.: Norfolk Museum of Arts and Sciences, 1966.

CASTELLI 1977. Leo Castelli: Twenty Years. New York: Leo Castelli, 1977.

CASTELLI ET AL. 1988. Leo Castelli, John Coplans, Alanna Heiss, Betsey Johnson, Roy Lichtenstein, and Claes Oldenberg. "An Observed Conversation." In Modern Dreams: The Rise and Fall and Rise of Pop, pp. 87-102. New York and Cambridge, Mass.: Institute for Contemporary Art and MIT Press, 1988.

CASTELLI 1999. Leo Castelli. “Framing George.” In catalogue for exhibition Roy Lichtenstein: Interiors Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago July 24-October 10, 1999, pp. 22-24.

CASTLEMAN 1971. Riva Castleman. Technics and Creativity/Gemini GEL. Catalogue of exhibition, May 5-July 6, 1971. New York: The Museum of Modern Art.

CASTLEMAN 1973. ------. Modern Prints since 1942. London: Barrie and Jenkins, 1973.

CASTLEMAN 1991. ------. Seven Master Printmakers: Innovations in the Eighties. Catalogue of exhibition, May 16-August 13. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1991.

CATHCART 1983. Linda L. Cathcart. American Still Life, 1945-1983. Catalogue of exhibition, Houston, Contemporary Arts Museum, September 20-November 20; Buffalo, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, December 10, 1983-January 15, 1984; Columbus, Columbus Museum of Art, April 7-May 20, 1984; Purchase, Neuberger Museum, State University of New York at Purchase, June 7-September 15, 1984; Portland, Oregon, Portland Art Museum, October 9-December 9, 1984. Houston: Contemporary Arts Museum, 1983.

CATOIR 1982. B*** Catoir. "***." Pantheon 40, no. *** (April/June 1982): 141-?***.

CAVALIERE 1981. Barbara Cavaliere. "Roy Lichtenstein." Flash Art, no. 105 (December 1981/January 1982): 54.

CAVALLI-BJÖRKMAN ET AL. 1995. Görel Cavalli-Björkman, Bo Nilsson and Nationalmuseum. Still Leben: Nationalmuseum, Stockholm. Catalogue??? Or Periodical published on the occasion of the exhibition?? February 16 –May 1, 1995. Vol. Nr. 580. Stockholm; Höganäs Sweden: Nationalmuseum; Braböcker, 1995.

CELANT 1966. Germano Celant. "Esposizioni: XXXIII biennale internazionale d'arte. Padiglioni stranieri." Casabella, no. 308 (August 1966): 64-66.

CELANT 1980. ------. Das Bild einer Geschichte 1956-1976: Die Sammlung Panza di Biumo. Milan: Electa International, 1980.

CERRATO 1995. Giuseppe Cerrato. “Premiere: Lichtensteins reifes Werk,” Schweizer Illustrierte (June 26, 1995), pp. 65-66.

CHADWICK 1981. A*** M*** Chadwick. "***." Connoisseur 207, no. 831 (May 1981): 6-9.

CHAFETZ 1970. Sidney Chafetz. "Four Early Lichtenstein Prints." Artist's Proof 10 (1970): 48-52.

CHAMBERS 1975. Marlene Chambers. The Virginia and Bagley Wright Collection--American Art since 1960. Catalogue of exhibition, February 1-March 16. Denver: Denver Art Museum, 1975.

CHAMPA ET AL. 1986. Kermit S. Champa et al. Definitive Statements: American Art, 1964-1966. Catalogue of exhibition, March 1-30. Providence: David Winton Bell Gallery, List Art Center, Brown University, 1986. Also Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York, May 3-June 21, 1986.

CHARBONNEAUX 1987. C. Charbonneaux. "Le pop paie--les grandes ventes aux enchères de tableaux se sont multipliées à New York." Connaissance des Arts, no. 420 (February 1987): 27.

CHEVALIER 1970. Denys Chevalier. "Lichtenstein: du plan au volume." Lettres françaises, March 18, 1970, ***.

CHICAGO 1963. 66th Annual American Exhibition: Directions in Contemporary Painting and Sculpture. Catalogue of exhibition, January 11-February 10. Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 1963.

CHICAGO 1966. 26th Annual Exhibition by the Society for Contemporary American Art. Catalogue of exhibition, April 8-May 10. Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 1966.

CHICAGO 1972. Seventieth American Exhibition. Catalogue of exhibition, June 24-August 20. Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 1972.

CHICAGO 1975. The Small Scale in Contemporary Art. Catalogue of exhibition, May 8-June 15. Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 1975.

CHICAGO 1976. Seventy-second American Exhibition. Catalogue of exhibition, March 13-May 9. Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 1976.

CHICAGO 2000. Treasures from The Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago: Art Institute, 2000

CHICAGO TRIBUNE 1997. “Artist Roy Lichtenstein, a Leader of Pop Painting.” Chicago Tribune (September 20, 1997), p. 10

CHRISTOPH 1994. Horst Christoph, “ Takka Takka, Whaam!,” Profil (Vienna) (October 11, 1994) no. 41, pp. 100, 102

CHRISTY . Marian Christy. “To artist Roy Lichtenstein fame is $250,000 a pop,” Boston Globe

CHUR 1972. Amerikanische Graphik seit 1960. Catalogue of exhibition, May 6-June 18. Chur: Bünder Kunsthaus, 1972. Also Solothurn, Geneva, Aarau, and Basel.

CLARK 1963. Anthony M. Clark. "The Changing Past of American Art." The Art Gallery, December 1963, p. 13.

CLAYPOLE 2004. Jonty Claypole. “Inspired By Tears: Real Pain Lies Behind Lichtenstein’s Crying Girls,” The Times (London) (February 25, 2004), p. 13.

CLEARWATER 2001. Bonnie Clearwater. Roy Lichtenstein: Inside/Outside. Catalogue for exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art (North Miami) December 12, 2001-February 28, 2002

CLEVELAND NEWS 1952. “Is It Art—Or Dizzy? Town’s in a Tizzy,” The Cleveland News: Home Magazine (March 13, 1952, p. 18.

CLEVELAND NEWS 1956. “Two Bold Moderns Open Show,” The Cleveland News (January 8, 1956), p.

CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER 1953. “Ohio State University,” (November 22, 1953)

CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER 1957. “Around the Art Realm,” (January 27, 1957)

CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER 1966. “Lichtenstein: A Second Look,” (November 11, 1966)

CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER 1969. “Roy Lichtenstein to Visit for Panel Talk, Exhibit,” (February 4, 1969)

CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER 1970. (December 13, 1970)

CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER 1970. (December 20, 1970)

CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER 1976. (January 4, 1976)

CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER 1997. “Roy Lichtenstein, 73, Was A Pioneer of Pop Art.” Cleveland Plain Dealer (September 30, 1997), p. B7

CLEVELAND PRESS 1952. “Six Local Artists in Big N.Y. Show,” (October 1952)

CLEVELAND PRESS 1957. “City’s Culture Is Enjoying Spectacular Expansion,” (January 4, 1957)

CLEVELAND PRESS 1969. “Pop Artist Lichtenstein Returns for Lecture, Exhibit,” February 8, 1969)

CLEVELAND PRESS 1976. “Lichtenstein is display subject,” (January 3, 1976)

CODOGNATO 1980. Attilio Codognato. Pop Art: evoluzione di una generazione. Milan: Electa Editrice, 1980.

CODOGNATO ET AL. 1992. ------ et al. American Art, 1930-1970. Catalogue of exhibition, Lingotto, ***. Milan: Fabbri Editori, 1992.

COE 1963. Ralph T. Coe. Popular Art: Artistic Projections of Common American Symbols. Catalogue of exhibition, April 28-May 26. Kansas City: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, 1963.

COE 1965. ------. Kansas City Collects: A Selection of Works of Art Privately Owned in the Greater Kansas City Area. Catalogue of exhibition, Kansas City, Missouri, The Nelson Gallery and Atkins Museum, January 22-February 28, 1965

COHEN 1997. David Cohen. “Roy Lichtenstein,” The Independent (London) (October 1, 1997), p. 19

COHEN 1985a. Ronny H. Cohen. "The Medium Isn't the Message." ARTnews 84, no. 8 (October 1985): 74-81.

COHEN 1985b. ------. "Prints about Art." Print Collector's Newsletter 16, no. 5 (November/December 1985): 164-68.

COLANGELO 2003. Lisa L. Colangelo. “Bloomberg Shows Plenty of Art: City Hall Exhbitis Four Sculptures.” Daily News (November 18, 2003), p. 3.

COLEMAN 2001. Sarah Coleman. “Hopper at Home.” ARTnews (November 2001) p. 43.

COLEMAN 1964. Roger Coleman. "The Gulbenkian Exhibition." Art International 8, nos. 5-6 (Summer 1964): 96.

COLLINS and MILAZZO 1991. Tricia Collins and Richard Milazzo. Who Framed Modern Art, or the Quantitative Life of Roger Rabbit. Catalogue of exhibition, January 10-February 16. New York: Sidney Janis Gallery, 1991.

COLLINS ET AL. 1983. J*** Collins, J*** Welchman, D*** Chandler, D*** A*** Anfam. Techinques of Modern Masters. London: Macdonald, 1983.

COLLINS 2003. Bradford R. Collins. “Modern Romance: Lichtenstein’s Comic Book Paintings,” American Art, vol. 17, no. 2 (Summer 2003), pp. 60-85.

COLOGNE 1969. Kunst der sechziger Jahre: Sammlung Ludwig im Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Köln. Cologne: Wallraf-Richartz Museum, 1969.

COLOGNE 1986. Europa/Amerika: Die Geschichte einer künstlerischen Faszination seit 1940. Catalogue of exhibition, September 6-November 30. Cologne: Museum Ludwig, 1986.
COMPTON 1970. Michael Compton. Pop Art. Feltham, Middlesex: Hamlyn House, 1970.

COLUMBUS DISPATCH 1997. “Roy Lichtenstein: OSU Graduate Became A Star of Pop Art,” Columbus Dispatch (October 2, 1997), p. A10.

COMPTON 1976. ------. Art Since 1945. Milton Keynes: Open University Press, 1976.

CONNELLY 1992. John Connelly. "Roy Lichtenstein." Flash Art, no. 164 (May/June 1992): 113.

CONSTABLE 1964. Rosalind Constable. “New York’s Avant-Garde, And How It Got There,” New York: The Sunday Herald Tribune Magazine (Special Issue: The Avant-Garde) (May 17, 1964), pp. 6-10.

CONTI 1993. Marina Conti, “Felice d’aver fatto Pop: Intervista con Roy Lichtenstein,” L’Espresso (Italy) (October 17, 1993) no. 41, pp. 124-125, 127, 129.

COOKE 1986. Lynne Cooke. In Tandem: The Painter-Sculptor in the Twentieth Century. Catalogue of exhibition, March 27-May 25. London: Whitechapel Art Gallery, 1986.

COPLANS 1962. John Coplans. "The New Paintings of Common Objects." Artforum 1, no. 6 (November 1962): 26-29.

COPLANS 1963a. ------. "An Interview with Roy Lichtenstein." Artforum 2, no. 4 (October 1963): 31.

COPLANS 1963b. ------. Pop Art USA. Catalogue of exhibition, September 7-29. Oakland: Oakland Art Museum and the California College of Arts and Crafts, 1963. Excerpt reprinted in SEITZ and GOODRICH 1967, p. 85

COPLANS 1963c. ------. "Pop Art, USA." Artforum 2, no. 4 (October 1963): 27-30.

COPLANS 1963c. ------. "Notes from San Francisco." Art International 7, no. 8 (October 25, 1963): 91-94.

COPLANS 1967a. ------. Roy Lichtenstein. Catalogue of exhibition, April 18-May 28. Pasadena: Pasadena Art Museum, 1967. Also Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, June 23-July 30.

COPLANS 1967b. ------. "Talking with Roy Lichtenstein." Artforum 5, no. 9 (May 1967): 34-39. Reprinted from COPLANS 1967a.

COPLANS 1970a. ------. "Early Warhol: The Systematic Evolution of the Impersonal Style." Artforum 8, no. 7 (March 1970): 52-59.

COPLANS 1970b. ------. "Lichtenstein's Graphic Works." Studio International 180, no. 928 (December 1970): 263-65.

COPLANS 1970c. ------. Roy Lichtenstein: Graphics, Reliefs, and Sculptures, 1969-1970. Catalogue of exhibition, October 27-December 6. Irvine and Los Angeles: University of California and Gemini G.E.L., 1970. Interview.

COPLANS 1972. ------, ed. Roy Lichtenstein. New York: Praeger, 1972.

COPLANS 1973. ------. Roy Lichtenstein: Trompe L'Oeil Paintings. Catalogue of exhibition, October 27-November 24. Minneapolis: Locksley Shea Gallery, 1973.

COPLANS 1975. ------. "Pasadena's Collapse and the Simon Takeover: Diary of a Disaster." Artforum 13, no. 6 (February 1975): 28-45.

COPLANS 1977. ------. Roy Lichtenstein: Gemälde und Graphik, 1962-1977. Catalogue of exhibition, September 4-October 2, 1977. Mannheim: Mannheimer Kunstverein, 1977. Reprinted from COPLANS 1970c.

CORCORAN 1999. The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.. Lichtenstein: Sculpture & Drawings. Expanded and revised edition of Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes 1998 catalogue, June 5 - September 30, 1999, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; Traveled to Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno, Valencia, Spain, October 21 - January 9, 2000; Fundacion Pedro Barrié de la Maza, La Coruña, Spain, , January 28 - April 30, 2000;, Centro Cultural de Belem, Portugal, Lisbon, May 11 - August 15, 2000

CORRESPONDENT MAGAZINE 1989. “The Profits of Pop,” The Correspondent Magazine (Hong Kong) (November 1989), pp. 22-26.

CORLETT 1994. Mary Lee Corlett. The Prints of Roy Lichtenstein: A Catalogue Raisonné, 1948-1993. New York: Hudson Hills Press in association with the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 1994. Introduction by Ruth E. Fine.

CORLETT 2002. ------. The Prints of Roy Lichtenstein: A Catalogue Raisonné, 1948-1997. New York: Hudson Hills Press in association with the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 2002. Introduction by Ruth E. Fine. Expanded version of CORLETT 1994.

COTTER 1999. Holland Cotter. “Monumental Pleasure In a Captial of Art.” The New York Times (August 6, 1999), pp. E37, E39.

COTTER 2002a. ------. “Tombs, Pop Tarts and Parties, The New York Times (August 23, 2002), p. E29, E31.

COTTER 2002b. ------. “A Gift to the Whitney, for New Yorkers to Open,” The New York Times (October 25, 2002), p. E38.

COWART 1981a. Jack Cowart. Roy Lichtenstein 1970-1980. Catalogue of exhibition, Saint Louis Art Museum, May 8-June 28. New York and Saint Louis: Hudson Hills Press and Saint Louis Art Museum, 1981. Also Seattle Art Museum, July 16-September 6; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, September 22-November 29; Fort Worth Art Museum, December 16, 1981-February 7, 1982; Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Spring 1982; Orsanmichele, Florence, Summer 1982; Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, Fall 1982; Fundación Juan March, Madrid, Winter 1983; Seibu Museum of Art, Tokyo, Spring 1983.

COWART 1981b. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein: 1970-1980. Beyond Pop." American Artist 45, no. 468 (July 1981): 42-49, 91.

COWART 1992. ------. Roy Lichtenstein: Three Decades of Sculpture. Catalogue of exhibition, August 15-October 4. East Hampton: Guild Hall Museum, 1992.

COWART 2003. ------. “More Than Meets the Eye,” in Roy Lichtenstein: All About Art, pp. 112-113. Catalogue of exhibition, August 22, 2003-January 11, 2004. Louisiana, Denmark: Lousiana Museum of Modern Art. Also Hayward Gallery, London February 26-May 16, 2004; Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, June 24-September 27, 2004

COX 1996. Petey Cox. “Pop art shows Miami collectors had foresight, verve,” Miami Today (September 26, 1996), p. 14.

CRAIG-MARTIN 2005. Michael Craig-Martin. “Pictures,” in Eckhard Schneider ed. Roy Lichtenstein: Classic of the New, pp. 14-15. Catalogue of exhibition, June 12 - September 4, 2005 , Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, Austria.

CRESPO 1970. Angel Crespo. Roy Lichtenstein y el arte pop. Catalogue of exhibition, Mayagüez: University of Puerto Rico, 1970.

CREVIER 1975. Richard Crevier. “Roy Lichtenstein: une peinture san mystère,” France nouvelle (February 17, 1975)

CRICHTON 1974. Fenella Crichton. "London Letter." Art International 18, no. 5 (May 1974): 45-48, 77.

CRICHTON 1976a. ------. "London Letter." Art International 20, no. 6 (Summer 1976): 14-20, 49-51.

CRICHTON 1976b. ------. "Paris and the F.I.A.C." Art International 20, no. 10 (December 1976): 37-43.

CRIMP 1973. Douglas Crimp. "New York Letter." Art International 17, no. 6 (Summer 1973): 88-90.

CRISPOLTI 1966. Enrico Crispolti. La pop art. Milan: Fratelli Fabbri Editori, 1966.

CROW 1991. Thomas Crow. "The Children's Hour." Artforum 30, no. 4 (December 1991): 84-88.

CULLINAN 1976. Helen Cullinan. “Artistic triumphs are spinoff of Bicentennial,” The Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio) (January 4, 1967)

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DUCKERS and SCHONBERGER 1981. Alexander Duckers and Angela Schonberger. Druckgraphik: Wandlungen eines Mediums seit 1945. Catalogue of exhibition, June 17-August 16. Berlin: Staatliche Museen Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Nationalgalerie, 1981.

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EBONY 2002a. David Ebony. “Front Page: World Trade Center Art Works Destroyed.” Art in America (January 2002), p. 27.

EBONY 2002b. ------. “Front Page: War, Terrorism and Economic Slump Yield Quiet Fall Auctions. “ Art in America (January 2002), pp. 29, 31.

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ERNST 2004. Eric Ernst. “The Best, Not Just the Brightest,” The Southampton Press (July 29, 2004), p. B6.

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FABERMAN ET AL 2005. Hilarie I. Faberman et al. Picasso to Thiebaud: Modern and Contemporary Art from the Collections of Stanford University Alumni and Friends. Catalogue for exhibition, Stanford, California, Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts, Stanford University, February 18-June 20, 2004

FACTOR 1963. Don Factor. "Six Painters and the Object and Six More." Artforum 2, no. 3 (September 1963): 13-14.

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FAUST 1978. Wolgang Max Faust. "Bilder und Worte: Anmerkungen zur Sprache als Medium der bildenden Kunst in 20. Jahrhundert." KUNSTmagazin 18, no. 3 (1978): 21-32.

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FEINBLATT and DAVIS 1980. Ebria Feinblatt and Bruce Davis. Los Angeles Prints, 1883-1980. Catalogue of exhibition, part 1, September 4-November 30, 1980; part 2, June 25-September 20, 1981. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1980.

FEINSTEIN 1987. Roni Feinstein. Contemporary Diptychs: Divided Visions. Catalogue of exhibition, March 20-May 27. Stamford, Conn.: Whitney Museum of American Art, Fairfield County, 1987. Also Whitney Museum of American Art, Equitable Center, New York, September 11-November 4, 1987.

FEINSTEIN 1988. ------. American Print Renaissance, 1958-1988. Catalogue of exhibition, February 5-April 6. Stamford, Conn.: Whitney Museum of American Art, Fairfield County, 1988.

FEINSTEIN 2002. ------. “Lichtenstein: Seeing Is Believing,” Art in America (July 2002), pp. 76-109.

FELSEN 1997. Sidney B. Felsen. “A Pop Icon is Remembered for His Humor and Kindness.” Los Angeles Times (October 1, 1997), p. F1

FELSEN 1999. ------. “ Roy.” In catalogue for exhibition Roy Lichtenstein: Interiors Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago July 24-October 10, 1999, pp. 28-32.

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FIELD 1971. Richard S. Field. Silkscreen: History of a Medium. Catalogue of exhibition, December 17, 1971-February 27, 1972. The Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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FITZPATRICK 1999. Robert Fitzpatrick. “Perfect Pictures,” in Roy Lichtenstein Interiors. Catalogue for exhibition Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, July 24-October 10, 1994, pp. 13-18.

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FLAMINI 2004. Roland Flamini. “Inside the Beltway,” Town&Country, (July 2004), p. 57.

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FLEMING 1982. Marie L. Fleming. Pop Art: Prints and Multiples. Catalogue of exhibition, March 13-April 25. Calgary: Glenbow Museum, 1982.

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FOCUS 1994. “Cowboys und Indianer,” Focus (Belgium) (October 17, 1994), Nr. 42, p.122

FOLEY 1973. Suzanne Foley. A Selection of American and European Paintings from the Richard Brown Baker Collection. Catalogue of exhibition, September 14-November 11. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Art, 1973. Also Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Philadelphia, December 7, 1973-January 27, 1974.

FONDATION DANIEL TEMPLON 1991. Fondation Daniel Templon, La Sculpture contemporaine après 1970. Catalogue of exhibition, July 4-September 29, 1991, Musée Temporaire, Fréjus, France

FORGEY 1979. Benjamin Forgey. "At the Corcoran Gallery, a Small but Stunning Biennial Presents Work of Five Top American Painters." Smithsonian 9, no. 11 (1979): 80-87.

FORMAN 1997. Debbie Forman, “ Lichtenstein dots his landscapes with beauty,” Cape Cod Times (Massachusetts) (April 5, 1997)

FORSHA 1983. Linda Forsha. A Contemporary Collection on Loan from the Rothschild Bank, AG, Zürich. Catalogue of exhibition, February 26-April 3. LaJolla, Calif.: Museum of Contemporary Art, 1983.

FOSTER 2005. Hal Foster. “Pop Pygmalion,” in Roy Lichtenstein: Sculpture. Catalogue of exhibition, June 6-August 6, 2005, London: Gagasion Gallery, 2005. Traveled to New York, New York, Gagosian Gallery, September 16-October 22, 2005

FOSTER 2004. Stephen C. Foster. La odisea Americana, 1945-1980: El debate de la modernidad/An American Odyssey, 1945-1980: Debating Modernism. Catalogue of exhibition, Circulo de Bellas Artes, Madrid, April 13-May 30, 2004. Traveled to Domus Artium, Salamanca, Spain, June 10-July 31, 2004; Kiosco Alfonso, A Coru_a, September 2-October 2, 2004; QCC Art Gallery, Queensborough College, Citu University of New York, October 24, 2004-January 15, 2005

FOX 1997. Catherine Fox. “Roy Lichtenstein: Contributed to Pop Art’s Ambiguity Fifteen Minutes of Well-Deserved Fame—Early in Career,” Atlanta Constitution Journal (September 30, 1997), p. A15

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FRIEDMAN 1969. Martin Friedman. Castelli at Dayton’s. Catalogue of exhibition, April 19-May 17, 1969, Dayton’s Gallery 12, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

FRIGERIO 1965. Simone Frigerio. "Les expositions à l'étranger." Aujourd'hui art et architecture 9, no. 49 (April 1965): 46-47.

FRIGERIO 1966. ------. "Les expositions à Paris: Lichtenstein." Aujourd'hui art et architecture 9, no. 52 (February 1966): 76.

FRIGERIO 1975. ------. "Parigi: stagione invernale, 74-75; verso la riconquista del primato artistico." D'Ars 16, nos. 73-74, (March-April 1975): 70-75.

FROMENT and BOREL 1988. Jean-Louis Froment and Michel Borel. Collection Sonnabend: 25 années de choix et d'activités d'Ileana et Michael Sonnabend. Catalogue of exhibition, May 6-August 21. Bordeaux: Centre d'Arts Plastiques Contemporains de Bordeaux, 1988. Also Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, October 30, 1988-February 15, 1989.

FRY 1966. Edward Fry. "Roy Lichtenstein's Recent Landscapes." Art and Literature, no. 8 (Spring 1966): 111-19.

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GALERIE ULYSSES 1992. Roy Lichtenstein Interiors: Collages. Catalogue of exhibition at Galerie Ulysses 1992

GANDEE 1991. Charles Gandee. "Art à la carte: Contemporary Artists Try Their Hand at Limited-Edition Porcelain." House & Garden 163 (November 1991): 198.

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GARCIA-HERRAIZ 1971. ------. "***." Goya, no. 102 (May 1971): 419-20***.

GARDIN 1971. Gianni Berengo Gardin. “Lichtentsein at the Piano: Photoreportage by Gianni Berengo Gardin,” Metro 16-17 (1971), 216-35. (see D'ARCO 1970)

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GARDNER, P. 1982. ------. "Will Success Spoil Bob and Jim, Louise and Larry?" ARTnews 81, no. 9 (November 1982): 102-9.

GARDNER, P. 1992. ------. "Do Titles Really Matter?" ARTnews 91, no. 2 (February 1992): 92-97.

GARVER 1964. Thomas H. Garver. Introduction to Recent American Drawings. Catalogue of exhibition at the Rose Art Museum, April 19-May 17. Waltham, Mass.: Poses Institute of Fine Arts, Brandeis University, 1964.

GASSIOT-TALBOT 1965. Gérald Gassiot-Talbot. “Les fantasmagories de l’image,” Arts (Paris) (August 1965), pp. 37, 39

GASSIOT-TALBOT 1975. ------. "De la bande dessinée à l'histoire peinte." XXe siècle n.s., no. 45 (December 1975): 103-10.

GATLING 1965. Eva Ingersoll Gatling. Pop Pop, Whence Pop. Catalogue of exhibition at the Hecksher Museum, Huntington, New York. February 27 – March 21, 1965.

GAUDIBERT 1976. P. Gaudibert. "L'ordre architectural en question." Opus International, no. 59 (May 1976): 29-30.

GAYFORD 2001. Martin Gayford and Jeff Koons. “Art & Books: Artists on Art: Jeff Koons on Roy Lichtenstein’s Untitled II (Brushstroke) (1966) interview by Martin Gayford.” The Daily Telegraph (London) (December 8, 2001), p. A10.

GAZZETTINO 1966. Il Gazzettino (Italy), “Una Biennale divertente,” Il Gazzettino (June 15, 19660, p. 9.

GEDDA 2003. Emilia Gedda, “Roy Lichtenstein,” Konstvärlden & Di Sajn (Denmark), No. 4 (2003), pp. 44-49.

GEIST 1953. Sidney Geist, “Roy Lichtenstein,” Art Digest, vol. 27, no. 9 (February 1, 1953), p. 18.

GELDZAHLER 1966a. Henry Geldzahler. Helen Frankenthaler, Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Jules Olitski. Catalogue of exhibition, June 18-October 16. Venice: XXXIII International Biennial Exhibition of Art, 1966.

GELDZAHLER 1966b. ------. "Frankenthaler, Kelly, Lichtenstein, Olitski." Artforum 4, no. 10 (June 1966): 32-38. Revised version of introduction in GELDZAHLER 1966a.

GELDZAHLER 1969. ------. New York Painting and Sculpture: 1940-1970. Catalogue of exhibition, n.d. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co. in association with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1969.

GELDZAHLER 1983. ------. "American Accents." Artmagazine 14, nos. 63/64 (June-August 1983): 15-16. *** 13-17?, 74-75?

GELDZAHLER 1985. ------. Pop Art, 1955-70. Catalogue of exhibition, Art Gallery of New South Wales, February 27-April 14; Queensland Art Gallery, May 1-June 2; National Gallery of Victoria, June 26-August 11. Sydney: International Cultural Corporation of Australia Limited, 1985.

GELDZAHLER 1988. Henry Geldzahler. Lichtenstein's Picassos: 1962-1964. Catalogue of exhibition, February 6-March 26. New York: Gagosian Gallery. 1988.

GENAUR 1963. Emily Genaur. “Roy Lichtenstein,” New York Herald Tribune (September 28, 1963)

GENAUR 1964. ------. “The Most Avant of All,” New York: The Sunday Herald Tribune Magazine (Special Issue: The Avant-Garde) (May 17, 1964), pp. 38-39.

GETHER AND REENBERG 1999. Christian Gether and Holger Reenberg. Amerikanske mesterværker fra Lilja samlingen: Rauschenberg, Lichtenstein, Rosenquist. Catalogue of exhibition, Arken Museum for Moderne Kunst, Ishøj, Denmark, June 5-September 19, 1999.

GETLEIN 1966. F. Getlein. "Americans in Venice." New Republic, July 30, 1966, pp. 37-38.

GIBB 2004. Mary Gibb. Pop Art—Then & Now,” Collections: International Art & Culture (London) vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 34-36; 38.

GILMOUR 1987. Pat Gilmour. Tyler Graphics Catalogue Raisonné, 1974-1985. New York and Minneapolis: Abbeville and Walker Art Center, 1987.

GILSON 1995. Nancy Gilson. “Patriarch of Pop,” The Columbus Dispatch (September 17, 1995), pp. 1F-2F

GIUSTI 1975. H. A. Giusti. "Da New York, il centro artistico mondiale." D'Ars 16, nos. 73-74 (March-April 1975): 64-69.

GLASER 1966. Bruce Glaser. "Lichtenstein, Oldenburg, Warhol: A Discussion." Artforum 4, no. 6 (February 1966): 20-24. Edited transcript of a discussion moderated by Glaser on radio station WBAI, June 1964.

GLAUBER 1968. Robert Glauber. Violence in Recent American Art. Catalogue of exhibition, November 8, 1968-January 12, 1969. Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art, 1968.

GLENN 1977a. Constance W. Glenn. Roy Lichtenstein: Ceramic Sculpture. Catalogue of exhibition, February 22-March 20. Long Beach: California State University Art Galleries, 1977. Interview with Lichtenstein, conducted June 6-7, 1976, on pp. 17-23.

GLENN 1977b [uncredited]. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein: Ceramic Sculpture." Ceramics Monthly 25 (May 1977): 40-45.

GLENN 1981. ------. "The Collectors: Contemporary Art. Mr. and Mrs. John Martin Shea in Palm Springs." Architectural Digest 38, no. 11 (November 1981): 108-15.

GLENN 1997. ------. The Great American Pop Art Store: Multiples from the Sixties. Catalogue of exhibition, University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach, August 26-October 26, 1997. Traveled to The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, November 22, 1997-February 22, 1998; The Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, March 25-August 23, 1998; Montgomery Museum of Fine Art, June 27-August 23, 1998; Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, October 3-December 6, 1998; Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, Texas, January 18-March 14, 1998; Wichita Art Museum, Witchita, Kansas April 11-June 6, 1998; Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, Michigan July 29-September 12, 1999; Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska, October 23, 1999-January 9, 2000; Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, February 3-March 26, 2000; The Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio, June 4-August 13, 2000.

GLENN and GLENN 1986. Constance W. Glenn and Jack Glenn ed. Roy Lichtenstein: Landscape Sketches, 1984-1985. New York: Abrams, 1986.

GLOWEN 1976. Ronald Glowen. "De Kooning and Lichtenstein." Artweek 7, no. 9 (February 28, 1976): 3.

GLOZER 1981. Laszlo Glozer. Westkunst. Catalogue of exhibition, May 30-August 16. Cologne: Museen der Stadt Köln, 1981.

GLUECK 1967. Grace Glueck. "New York Gallery Notes: Think Up a New Brand Name?" Art in America 55, no. 5 (September-October 1967): 108-11.

GLUECK 1968. ------. "Los Angeles Museum Playing Matchmaker." New York Times, December 13, 1968, p. 56.

GLUECK 1969a. ------. "Coast Art-Industry Project Blossoms." New York Times, April 17, 1969, p. 54.

GLUECK 1969b. ------. "BLAM!! To the Top of Pop." New York Times, September 21, 1969, section 2, p. 31. Interview.

GLUECK 1971. ------. "New York: Visual Riches and Recessionary Blues." Art in America 59, no. 2 (March-April 1971): 42-47.

GLUECK 1976. ------. “Art People,” New York Times (November 12, 1976)

GLUECK 1977. ------. "Scenery Takes A Bow in Queens." New York Times, December 30, 1977, p. C1.

GLUECK 1980a. ------. "Art: Lyrical Sculptures of George Sugarman." New York Times, January 18, 1980, p. 17.

GLUECK 1980b. ------. "How Picasso's Vision Affects American Artists." New York Times, June 22, 1980, section 2, p. 1.

GLUECK 2005. ------. “The Listings: ’Homestyle’” The New York Times (April 29, 2005), p. E26.

GLUSBERG 1967. Jorge Glusberg. "Itinerario de un rebelde: en el estudio de Roy Lichtenstein." Analisis, no. 315 (March 27, 1967): 43.

GOERG 1976. Charles Goerg. Peinture américaine en Suisse, 1950-1965. Catalogue of exhibition, July 8-October 4. Geneva: Musée d'Art et d'Histoire, 1976.

GOHR 1986. Siegfried Gohr. Museum Ludwig Cologne. Munich: Prestel Verlag, 1986.

GOLDBERG 1993. Vicki Goldberg. "Still Subversive After All These Years." New York Times, September 19, 1993, section 2, pp. 1, 37.

GOLDIN 1966a. Amy Goldin. "In the Museums: Word and Image." Arts Magazine 40, no. 4 (February 1966): 54.

GOLDIN 1966b. ------. "In the Galleries: Master Drawings." Arts Magazine 40, no. 5 (March 1966): 63.

GOLDMAN 1977. Judith Goldman. Art Off the Picture Press: Tyler Graphics Ltd. Catalogue of exhibition, April 14-May 22. Hamstead, N. Y.: Emily Lowe Gallery, Hofstra University, 1977.

GOLDMAN 1988. ------. In Honor of Leo Castelli Gallery's Thirtieth Anniversary. Catalogue of exhibition, January 12-February 5. Tokyo: Akira Ikeda Gallery, 1988.

GOMES 2000a. Kathleen Gomes. “Pop escultural,” Cultura (Lisbon, Spain) (May 12, 2000) pp. 32.

GOMES 2000b. ------. “Dorothy Lichtenstein: Andy e Roy tornaram muitas coisa possíveis.” Cultura (Lisbon, Spain) (May 12, 200), p. 33.

GOOD 1967. Jeanne Good. “Lichtenstein Still Leads In Pop Art,” Citizen-News (California) (April 15, 1967)

GOODRICH 1966. Lloyd Goodrich. Art of the United States: 1670-1966. Catalogue of exhibition, September 28-November 27. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1966.

GOPNIK 1993. Adam Gopnik. "The Wise Innocent." The New Yorker 69, no. 37 (November 8, 1993): 119-23. Reprinted in The Sunday Independent: The Sunday Review (December 12, 1993), pp. 22-24.

GOPNIK 1997. ------. “The Modest Modernist.” The New Yorker (October 13, 1997), pp. 72-73

GORDON 1968. Alastair Gordon. "Art in the modern manner." Connoisseur 167 (March 1968): 177.

GORGONI 1985. Gianfranco Gorgoni. Beyond the Canvas: Artists of the Seventies and Eighties. New York: Rizzoli, 1985.

GOHR 2005. Siegfried Gohr. “Muses in Life and Art—Roy Lichtenstein’s Paintings of Women,” in Eckhard Schneider ed. Roy Lichtenstein: Classic of the New, pp. 77-81. Catalogue of exhibition, June 12 - September 4, 2005 , Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, Austria.

GOYA 1974. "El estado del 'Pop' a principios de esta temporada." Goya, no. 123 (November 1974): 169.

GRAPHIS 1997. “In Memoriam: Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997).” Graphis (1998) no. 313, p. 112

GRAHAM 1979. Dan Graham. "Art in Relation to Architecture/ Architecture in Relation to Art." Artforum 17, no. 6 (February 1979): 22-29.

GRAULICH 2001. Heather Graulich. “Did you take a guess at whch of the artworks on the front page is worth $4 million?” The Palm Beach Post (January 7, 2001), p. 81.

GRAY 1965. Cleve Gray. "The Portfolio Collector." Art in America 53, no. 3 (June 1965): 93-95.

GREEN 1964. Samuel Adams Green. The New Art. Catalogue of exhibition, March 1-22, 1964. Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut. Quotes by the artists

GREEN 1966. ------. New Art in Philadelphia. Catalogue of exhibition, September 30-November 11, 1966. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania.

GREEN 1969 ------. American Painting: the 1960's. Catalogue of exhibition, Georgia Museum of Art, The University of Georgia, September 22-November 8. New York: American Federation of the Arts, 1969.

GREENBERG and JORDAN 1991. Jan Greenberg and Sandra Jordan. The Painter's Eye. New York: Delacorte, 1991.

GREENE 1994. David A. Greene. "Roy Lichtenstein." Art issues., no. 33 (May/June 1994): 36.

GRINKE 1968. Paul Grinke. “Comic cuts,” Spectator (London) January 12, 1968

GROSS 1968. Ronald Gross. "Pop Poems." Art in America 56, no. 2 (March-April 1968): 76-79.

GROSSBERG 1965. Jacob Grossberg. "In the Museums: Art in Process." Arts Magazine 39, no. 7 (April 1965): 54.

GRUEN 1963. John Gruen. “Mystiques, Anyone?” The Sunday Herlad Tribune Magazine (September 29, 1963)

GRUEN 1965.------. “Kitsch as Kitsch Can,” New York Herald Tribune (December 5, 1965)

GRUEN 1969. “’So What?’ Indeed!” (September 22, 1969), p. 59

GRUEN 1976. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein: From Outrageous Parody to Iconographic Elegance." ARTnews 75 (March 1976): 39-42.

GRUEN 1985. ------. "Artist's Dialogue: Roy Lichtenstein. Bold Strokes of Wit and Wisdom." Architectural Digest 42, no. 9 (September 1985): 52, 56, 60, 62.

GRUNDBACHER 1982. François Grundbacher. "Exakt Neutral: Roy Lichtenstein im Musée des Arts Décoratifs." Du, no. 12 (1982): 104, 106.

GUARDIAN 1968. “Royal Road to Roy,” Guardian (London) January 9, 1968

GUGGENHEIM 1992. Guggenheim Museum: A to Z. New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1992.

GUMPERT and WALLIS 1991. Lynn Gumpert and Brian Wallis. Beyond the Frame: American Art 1960-1990. Catalogue of exhibition. Tokyo: Committee for Beyond the Frame, 1991. Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo, July 6-August 18; National Museum of Art, Osaka, August 29-September 29; Fukuoka Art Museum, November 15-December 15.

GUNTER 1992. Carl A. Gunter. Semantics of Programming Languages: Structures and Techniques. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 1992.

GURAL 2001. Natasha Gural. “Diversity of artist’s technique on display,” Greenwich Time (Connecticutt) (November 7, 2001), p. A11.

HAGEN 1995. Charles Hagen. “In Connecticut, a Collector’s Eclecticism,” The New York Times (July 14, 1995), p. C16.

HAGUE 1964. Nieuwe Realisten. Catalogue of exhibition, June 24-August 31. The Hague, Netherlands: Haags Gemeentemuseum, 1964.

HAHN 1965. Otto Hahn, “Galeries: La peinture au tire-ligne,” L’Express (Paris) (June 21-27, 1965)

HAHN 1965. ------. "Lettre de Paris: la peinture mécanique." Art International 9, no. 6 (September 1965): 70-76.

HAHN 1966. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein." Translated by Arnold Rosin, amended by James Fitzsimmons. Art International 10, no. 6 (Summer 1966): 64, 66-69.

HAHN 1974. -----. "Roy Lichtenstein." Art Press, no. 15 (December 1974-January 1975): 4-5.

HAHN 1982. ------. "Les Miroirs de Lichtenstein." L'Express, September 24-30, 1982, pp. 23, 25.

HALASZ 1973. Piri Halasz. "Silk-Screen Show Opening in Orange." New York Times, July 15, 1973, p. 74.

HALL 1997. David Hall. “Roy Lichtenstein,” Art Monthly (November 1997) no. 211, p. 23

HALL 1983. L. Hall. "Material Pleasures." House & Garden 155, no. 4 (April 1983): 6, 8, 12.

HALL 2003. John M. Hall. “the shape of things to come,” HC&G [Hamptons Cottages and Gardens (September-October 2003), vol. 2, no. 8, pp. 96-105.

HALLE 1999. Howard Halle. “Art Reviews: U.S.A. today: Part II of the Whitney’s ‘American Century’ is better than Part I, but it still doesn’t make the grade.” Time Out New York (October 7-14, 199), p. 83

HAMBURGER ABENDBLATT 1995. “Deitchtorhallen: Roy Lichtenstein zu Besuch in Hamburg,” Hamberger Abendblatt (Germany) No, 34, p. 7.

HAMBURGER ABENDBLATT 1995. “Roy-Lichtenstein-Retrospektive in den Deichtorhallen,” Hamberger Abendblatt (Germany) (February 10, 1995), No, 35, p. 6.

HAMILTON 1968. Richard Hamilton. "Roy Lichtenstein." Studio International 175, no. 896 (January 1968): 20-24.

HANNOVER 1973. Hommage à Picasso. Catalogue of exhibition, November 23, 1973-January 13, 1974. Hannover: Kestner-Gesellschaft, 1973.

HARPER’S BAZAAR 1963. “The Avant-garde Fifty-Years Later,” [compilations of excerpts by Francis Picabia, Milton W. Brown, Henry Geldzahler, Sidney Janis, Theodore Roosevelt, Brian O’Doherty] (May 1963), pp. 156-159. [ill only]

HARFF 1969. Illi-Maria Harff. OK America. Catalogue of exhibition, February 7-March 4. Winnipeg: Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1969.

HARRISON 1979. Helen A. Harrison. "Lichtenstein Uses Mirrors." New York Times, November 4, 1979, p. 23.

HARRISON 1980. ------. "By an Artist Who Paid His Dues." New York Times, September 28, 1980, p. 13.

HARRISON 1997. ------. “Recalling Roy Lichtenstein on Long Island,” New York Times (October 15, 1997), p. 15

HARRISON 2004. ------. “The Bigh Brushes from the East End: ‘Academy of the Arts’,” New York Times, (July ???) p.??

HARTT 1989. Frederick Hartt. Art: A History of Painting, Sculpture, Architecture. Third edition. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1989.

HARVEY 1979. Donald Harvey. Seven Artists at Tyler Graphics Ltd. Catalogue of exhibition, September 10-October 6. Athens: Trisolini Gallery, Ohio University, 1979.

HASKELL 1984. Barbara Haskell. Blam! The Explosion of Pop, Minimalism, and Performance, 1958-1964. Catalogue of exhibition, September 20-December 2. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1984.

HAYAT 1990. Yves J. Hayat, ed. Art Collectors: Volume 1. Paris: Editions Numero 5, 1990.

HAYES 1997. Mary Eshbaugh Hayes. “Lichtenstein ‘pops’ back onto the Aspen scene,” The Aspen Times (July 12-13, 1997), pp. 4-B, 10-B.

HAYWOOD 1994. Robert E. Haywood. Pop! A Print Survey of the Pop Art Style from the Collection of Leo Castelli. Catalogue of exhibition, March 25-May 10. Gainsville, Georgia: Brenau University, 1994.

HEALY 2003. Patrick Healy. “A Pop Art Jigsaw Puzzle Is Assembled Deftly.” The New York Times (November 17, 2003), p. B4

HEARD 1976. James Heard. "Lichtenstein." Arts Review 28, no. 8 (April 16, 1976): 182.

HEARTNEY 1987. Eleanor Heartney. "Master of the Benday Dot." ARTnews 86, no. 6 (Summer 1987): 210.

HEARTNEY 1988. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein." ARTnews 87, no. 5 (May 1988): 165.

HEARTNEY 1989a. ------. "Joint Ventures." ARTnews 88, no. 2 (February 1989): 15.

HEARTNEY 1989b. ------. "Blindness and Insight." ARTnews 88, no. 8 (October 1989): 27-28.

HEIFERMAN and PHILLIPS 1989. Marvin Heiferman and Lisa Phillips. Image World: Art and Media Culture. Catalogue of exhibition, November 8, 1989-February 18, 1990. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989.

HEYLIGERS 1975. Claude Heyligers. “Roy Lichtenstein,” Journal du Racing. (February 1975), p. 23

HEMPSTEAD 1984. A Decade of Donors (1974-1984). Catalogue of exhibition, November 4-December 21. Hempstead, N.Y.: Emily Lowe Gallery, Hofstra University, 1984.

HEMPSTEAD 1985. Artists of the Kennedy Era. Catalogue of exhibition, March 12-April 2. Hempstead, N.Y.: Emily Lowe Gallery, Hofstra University, 1985.

HENDRA 1993. Tony Hendra. Brad '61: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. New York: Pantheon Books, 1993.

HENDRICKS 1996. Geoffrey Hendricks, “a very short history of art at Rutgers or Four Decades Charting New Directions in Contemporary Art,” in 15 Degrees from Rutgers: Charting New Directions in Contemporary Art. Brochure of exhibition, February 28-March 31, 1996, Mason Gross School of Arts, Galleries of the Department of Visual Art, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.

HENDRICKSON 1988. Janis Hendrickson. Roy Lichtenstein. Cologne: Benedikt Taschen, 1988.

HENN 1987. Ulrike Henn. "Keine Rede mehr von Pop." ART: das Kunstmagazin, no. 4 (April 1987): 52-62.

HENNESSEY 1978. William J. Hennessey. Artists Look at Art. Catalogue of exhibition, January 15-March 12. Lawrence: Helen Foresman Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, 1978.

HENNING 1966. Edward B. Henning. Roy Lichtenstein. Catalogue of exhibition, December. Cleveland: Cleveland Museum of Art, 1966.

HENNING 1973. ------. "Reconstruction: A Painting by Jasper Johns." Bulletin of the Cleveland Museum of Art 60, no. 8 (October 1973): 234-41.

HENRY 2002. Clare Henry. “Next stop. Lichtenstein,” Financial Times (New York) (September 14-15, 2002), p. VIII.

HENRY 1970. Gerrit Henry. "New York." Art International 14, no. 10 (December 1970): 75-80.

HENRY 1971. ------. "New York Letter." Art International 15, no. 5 (May 20, 1971): 73-74, 84.

HENRY 1973. ------. "Reviews and Previews: Roy Lichtenstein." ARTnews 72, no. 4 (April 1973): 77.

HERGET 1963. Holly Herget. “OSU Professor Collects ‘Pop’ Art,” The Ohio State Lantern (Columbus) (February 7, 1963), p. 3.

HERZKA 1965. Dorothy Herzka. Pop Art One. New York: Publishing Institute of American Art, 1965.

HESS, T. 1974. Thomas Hess. "Roy Lichtenstein: Castelli." New York, November 25, 1974, p. 99.

HESS, W. 1970. Walter Hess. "Materialien zum Problem der Realität an der gegenwärtigen Kunst." Argo, 1970, pp. 420-39.

HICKEY 2001. Dave Hickey. “Brushstrokes,” in Roy Lichtenstein: Brushstrokes: Four Decades, pp. 7-19. Catalogue of exhibition, November 1, 2001-January 12, 2002. New York: Mitchell-Iness & Nash.

HILLES and BAKER 1963. Susan Morse Hilles and Richard Brown Baker. "Two in the First Row." Art in America 51, no. 5 (October 1963): 88-91.

HILLIER 1971. Bevis Hillier. The World of Art Deco. Catalogue of exhibition, Art Deco, Cranbrook Academy of Art Galleries, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan (organized by The Minneapolis Institute of Arts), January 19-February 28, 1971. Traveled to The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota, July 7-September 5, 1971. Minneapolis Institute of Arts, July-September. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1971.

HINDRY 1990. Ann Hindry, ed. Claude Berri rencontre Leo Castelli. Paris: Banque de l'Union Occidentale, 1990.

HINDRY ET AL. 1991. ------. Artstudio (Spécial Roy Lichtenstein), no. 20 (Spring 1991). Includes essays by Daniel Abadie, Marie-Laure Bernadac, Nicolas Bourriaud, Bernard Marcadé, Robert Rosenblum, Peter Schjeldahl, David Shapiro, Pierre Sterckx, Emilio Tadini, Eric Valetin.

HO 1998. Janet Ho. “American pop icon was dotty about Chinese art,” The Straits Times (February 18,1998), p.2-3.

HOESTEREY 1976. Ingeborg Hoesterey. "New York." Art International 20, nos. 2-3 (February-March 1976): 56-65.

HOFFMAN 1977. Jay Hoffman, Dee Driscole and Mary Clare Zahler. A Study in Regional Taste: The May Show 1919-1975. Catalogue of exhibition, July 13-August 21, 1977. Cleveland, Ohio: The Cleveland Museum of Art, 1977.

HOFFMAN 1970. Paul Hoffman. "35th Art Bienniale Beset by Problems at Venice Opening." New York Times, June 24, 1970, p. 38.

HOFFMANN 1988. D. Hoffmann. "Roy Lichtenstein, Reklame und comic-Welt." Kunst, no. 3 (March 1988): 182.

HOFMANN 1964a. Werner Hofmann. Neue Realisten & Pop Art. Catalogue of exhibition, November 20, 1964-January 3, 1965. Berlin: Akademie der Künste, 1964.

HOFMANN 1964b. ------. Pop, etc.. Catalogue of exhibition, September 19-October 31. Vienna: Museum des 20. Jahrhunderts, 1964.

HOHL, H. 1971. Hanna Hohl. "Roy Lichtensteins Serie der Haystacks nach Monets Meules. Eine Neuerwerbung des Kupferstichkabinetts." Jahrbuch der Hamburger Kunstsammlungen 16 (1971): 167-70.

HOHL, R. 1975. Reinhold Hohl. Paysages après l'Impressionnisme. Catalogue of exhibition, September-November. Basel: Galerie Beyeler, 1975.

HOHL, R. 1978. ------. The Silent Dialogue: The Still Life in the 20th Century. Catalogue of exhibition, October 1978-February 1979. Basel: Galerie Beyeler, 1978.

HOHL, R. 1985. ------. Black and White from Manet to Kiefer. Catalogue of exhibition, April-May. Basel: Galerie Beyeler, 1985.

HOHMANN 1980. John J. Hohman. The Changing Canvas. Catalogue of exhibition, April 15-July 29. Michigan: Michigan Artrain, 1980. Also Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum, September 14-October 26.

HOLLAND 1967. Mary Holland. "Mr. Pop Comes to Town." London Observer, December 31, 1967, p. 7.

HONG KONG 1998. Roy Lichtenstein: Landscapes in Chinese Style. Catalogue of exhibition, May 19 – July 19, 1998. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Museum of Art.

HONNEF 2004. Klaus Honnef. Uta Grosenick ed. Pop Art. Cologne, Germany: Taschen, 2004.

HOPKINS 1976. Budd Hopkins. "New York." Artforum 14, no. 5 (January 1976): 57-60.

HOPPS 1971. Walter Hopps. Thirty-Second Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting. Catalogue of exhibition, February 28-April 4. Washington, D.C.: Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1971.

HOROWITZ 1963. Leonard Horowitz. "Art: Six Characters in Search of an Art Movement." Village Voice, April 4, 1963, p. 11.

HOUGH and ZAKIAN 1992. Katherine Plake Hough and Michael Zakian. Transforming the Western Image in 20th Century American Art. Catalogue of exhibition, February 21-April 26. Palm Springs, Calif.: Palm Springs Desert Museum, 1992. Also Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho, May 23-July 12; Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona, August 7-October 4; The Rockwell Museum, Corning, New York, October 25-December 20.

HOWARD 1964. Jane Howard.” A Creative Capacity To Astonish: Terry Southern, Author Who Blasts Smugness,” Life (August 21, 1964), vol. 57, no. 8, pp. 39-40; 42. [ill. only]

HOWARD 1995. Jan Howard. “Reflections of ‘The Prints of Roy Lichtenstein,’” The Print Collector’s Newsletter (Vol. XXVI, No. 3 (July-August 1995), pp. 82-86.

HUDSON 1966. Andrew Hudson. “Biennale Begins Season —at Last,” The Washington Post, December 4, 1966, p. G1

HUGHES 1974. Robert Hughes. "The Instant Nostalgia of Pop." Time, April 15, 1974, p. 81.

HUGHES 1981. ------. "All-American Mannerist." Time, June 22, 1981, pp. 60-61.

HUGHES 1982. ------. The Shock of the New. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1982.

HUGHES 1988. ------. "The Private Eye of Steve Martin." House & Garden, April 1988, 142-45, 214, 216.

HUGHES 1993. ------. "The Image Duplicator." Time, November 8, 1993, pp. 83-84.

HUGHES 1997a. ------. “Pop’s Most Popular: With Humor and Style, Roy Lichtenstein Made Beauty Out of ‘Trash.’” Time (October 13, 1997), p. 101

HUGHES 1997b. ------. “Breaking the Mold,” Time (Special Issue) (Spring 1997), pp. 76-85 [ill.]

HULTEN 1964. K. G. Hulten. Amerikansk Pop-Konst. Catalogue of exhibition, February 29-April 12. Stockholm: Moderna Museet, 1964. Essays by Alan Solomon and Billy Kluver.

HUNTER, M. 1977. Marjorie Hunter. "Carter Meets Five American Artists Who Portrayed His Inauguration." New York Times, June 15, 1977, section 2, p. 12.

HUNTER, S. 1966a. Sam Hunter. "Art since 1945." In New Art Around the World, pp. 9-58. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1966.

HUNTER, S. 1966b. ------. The Harry N. Abrams Family Collection. Catalogue of exhibition, June 29-September 5. New York: Jewish Museum, 1966.

HUNTER, S. 1969. ------. "Neorealismo, Assemblage, Pop Art in America." L'Arte Moderna 13, no. 112 (1969): 121-160.

HUNTER, S. 1972. ------. American Art of the 20th Century. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1972.

HUNTER, S. 1984. ------. Masters of the Sixties: From New Realism to Pop Art. Catalogue of exhibition, November 7-December 31. New York: Marisa del Re Gallery, 1984.

HUNTER, S. 1986. ------. An American Renaissance: Painting and Sculpture since 1940. Catalogue of exhibition, Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art, January 12-March 30. New York: Abbeville, 1986.

HUNTER, S. 1987. ------. "Advertisement: Public Sculpture in Monte-Carlo." ARTnews 86, no. 4 (April 1987): 49, 72.

HUNTER 1991. ------. A View from the Sixties: Selections from the Leo Castelli collection and the Michael and Ileana Sonnabend Collection. Catalogue of exhibition, August 10-September 22, 1991, East Hampton, New York: Guild Hall Museum, 1991.

HUNTER, S. ET AL. 1984. Sam Hunter et al. The Museum of Modern Art: The History and the Collection. New York: Harry N. Abrams in association with The Museum of Modern Art, 1984.

HUNTER, S. ET AL. 1985. ------. Selections from the Ileana and Michael Sonnabend Collection: Works from the 1950s and 1960s. Catalogue of exhibition, February 3-June 9. Princeton: Princeton University Art Museum, 1985. Traveld to Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery, University of Texas at Austin, September 8-October 27, 1985; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, November 23, 1985-March 9, 1986.

HURLBURT 1997. Roger Hurlburt. “What Makes Roy Pop,” Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, Florida) (October 5, 1997), p. F3

INDIANA 1984. Gary Indiana. "Disappearing Mural." Art in America 72, no. 3 (March 1984): 102-7.

INDIANAPOLIS 1969. Painting & Sculpture Today!, '69. Catalogue of exhibition, May 4-June 1. Bulletin (Indianapolis Museum of Art) 55, no. 3 (1969).

INSTITUTO NACIONAL de BELLAS ARTES 1998/2000. Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes and Landucci Editores, eds. Roy Lichtenstein. Catalogue of exhibition, Roy Lichtenstein Imágenes Reconocibles: Escultura, Pintura y Grafica, Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City, July 9 - October 18, 1998; Monterrey, Museo De Arte Contemporaneo De Monterrey, A. C. November 5, 1998 - January 31 1999; revised and expanded edition for travel to, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., June 5 - September 30, 1999; Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno, Valencia, Spain, October 21 - January 9, 2000; Fundacion Pedro Barrié de la Maza, La Coruña, Spain, January 28 - April 30, 2000; Centro Cultural de Belem, Portugal, Lisbon, May 11 - August 15, 2000 (See CORCORAN 1999)

IRVINE 1967. A Selection of Paintings and Sculptures from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rowan. Catalogue of exhibition, May 2-21. Irvine: University of California, Irvine, 1967. Also San Francisco Museum of Art, June 2-July 2, 1967.

IRWIN 1966. David Irwin. "Pop Art and Surrealism." Studio International 171, no. 877 (May 1966): 187-91.

ISENBERG 2002. Barbara Isenberg. “An L.A. Art Story,” Los Angeles Times (September 22, 2002) pp. 4-5; 80.

ISOLA 1995. Marina Isola. “Going dotty over Roy Lichtenstein,” Fort Worth Star-Telegram (May 28, 1995), pp. F1, F6.

ITOI 1994. Kay Itoi, “’Girl’ Trouble at MOCA, ARTNews (December 1994), pp. 53-54.

ITOI 2000. ------. “Chastened for ‘Waste.” ARTnews (April 2000), p. 84.

JACOBS, JAY 1969. Jay Jacobs. "Collector: Joseph H. Hirshhorn." Art in America 57, no. 4 (July-August 1969): 56-71.

JACOBS, JOSEPH 1989. Joseph Jacobs. Contemporary Perspectives 1: Abstraction in Question. Catalogue of exhibition, January 20-April 2. Sarasota: John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, 1989. Also Center for the Fine Arts, Miami, May 20-July 23. Essays by Bruce W. Ferguson, Joan Simon, Roberta Smith.

JAKOBSON 1982. Barbara Jakobson. Leo Castelli, gentle snapshots: An exhibition in honor of the twenty-fifth anniversary of Leo Castelli Gallery. Catalogue of exhibition, Galerie Bruno Bischofberger, Zurich, Switzerland, 1982, Homage to Leo Castelli. June 15-September 4, 1982

JAMES 1988a. Laurence J. James. "Artnotes: Columbus Discovers Italy." New Art Examiner 15, no. 11 (Summer 1988): 64.

JAMES 1988b. ------. "Brushstrokes in Flight." ARTnews 87, no. 9 (November 1988): 17.

JANCÉNE-JAIGU 2000. France Jancène-Jaigu. “L’Autocitation chez Roy Lichtenstein D’Artist’s Studio, Look Mickey à la série des’ Reflection,” in Bernard Brugiere et al. L’art dans l’art, literature musique et arts visuals. Paris: Presse de la Sorbonne Nouvelle 2000, pp. 348-353.

JANIS 1962. Sidney Janis. The New Realists. Catalogue of exhibition, October 31-December 1. New York: Sidney Janis Gallery, 1962. Introduction by John Ashbery, excerpts from an essay by Pierre Restany.

JANIS 1972. ------. Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art. Catalogue of exhibition, February 9-March 4. New York: Sidney Janis Gallery, 1972.

JANIS 1994. 20th Century Masters. Catalogue of exhibition, May 4-June 4. New York: Sidney Janis Gallery, 1994.

JANSON 1986. H. W. Janson. History of Art. Third edition, revised and enlarged by Anthony F. Janson. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1986.

JEDELL 1998. Joan Jedell. “Looking at Roy,” in The Hampton Star (New York) (July 1998)

JEFFREY 1979. Ian Jeffrey. Reality and Artifice. Catalogue of exhibition, Museum and Art Gallery, Carlisle, December 8, 1979-January 5, 1980. London: Arts Council of Great Britian, 1979.

JENSEN 1997. Julie Jensen. “Zingy art exhibit on view at Augie,” The Dispatch and the Rock Island Argus (Rock Island, Illinois) (February 6, 1997), p. B1-B2.

JOACHIMIDES and ROSENTHAL 1993. Christos M. Joachimides and Norman Rosenthal, eds. American Art in the 20th Century: Painting and Sculpture, 1913-1993. Catalogue of exhibition, Berlin, Martin-Gropius-Bau, May 8-July 25. Munich and London: Prestel-Verlag and the Royal Academy of Arts, 1993. Also London, the Royal Academy of Arts and the Saatchi Gallery, September 16-December 12.

JODIDIO 1981. Philip Jodidio. "Roy Lichtenstein et le process comique." Connaissance des Arts, no. 349 (March 1981): 62-71.

JOHNSON, C. 1972. Charlotte B. Johnson. Contemporary Art: Exploring its Roots and Development. Worcester: Davis Publications, 1972.

JOHNSON, D., ET AL. 1985. D. J. Johnson et al. "Department of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs." Rhode Island School of Design Museum Notes 72 (October 1985): 40.

JOHNSON, E. 1966a. Ellen H. Johnson. "The Image Duplicators: Lichtenstein, Rauschenberg, and Warhol." Canadian Art 23, no. 1 (January 1966): 12-19.

JOHNSON, E. 1966b. ------. "Lichtenstein: The Printed Image at Venice." Art and Artists 1, no. 3 (June 1966): 12-15.

JOHNSON, E. 1968. ------. "The Lichtenstein Paradox." Art and Artists 2, no. 10 (January 1968): 20-24.

JOHNSON, E. 1976. ------. Modern Art and the Object: A Century of Changing Attitudes. London: Thames & Hudson, 1976.

JOHNSON, E. 1982. ------, ed. American Artists on Art from 1940 to 1980. New York: Harper & Row, 1982. Previously unpublished talk by Lichtenstein given at College Art Association annual meeting, Philadelphia, January 1964, pp. 102-4.

JOHNSON 1999. Ken Johnson, “ In a man’s World, Is a Subterranean Feminine Soul the Indomitable Muse? The New York Times (October 22, 199), p. E42.

JOHNSON 2000. ------. “Objects of Desire: 125 Views of the Human Figure.” The New York Times (September 1, 2000), p. E26.

JOHNSON, P. 1964. Philip Johnson. "Young Artists at the Fair and at Lincoln Center." Art in America 52, no. 4 (August 1964): 112-27.

JOHNSTON 1964. Jill Johnston. "Reviews and Previews: Roy Lichtenstein." ARTnews 63, no. 8 (December 1964): 15.

JONES 1987. Ronald Jones. "As Though He Knew What to Do." C Magazine, no. 14 (June 1987): 34-43.

JOOSTEN 1984. Joop M. Joosten. 20 Years of Art Collecting: Acquisitions Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 1963-1984. Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum, 1984.

JOUFFROY ET AL. 1963. Alain Jouffroy, Ellen H. Johnson, Robert Rosenblum. Lichtenstein. Catalogue of exhibition, June 5-30, 1963. Paris: Galerie Ileana Sonnabend, 1963.

JOUFFROY 1964. Alain Jouffroy. "Une révision moderne du sacré." XXe siècle, n.s. 26, no. 24 (December 1964): 89-98.

JOURNAL OF THE PRINT WORLD 1995. “Prints of Roy Lichtenstein at The Parrish Art Museum,” Journal of the Print World (Fall 1995), p. 19.

JUDD 1962. Donald Judd. "In the Galleries: Roy Lichtenstein." Arts Magazine 36, no. 7 (April 1962): 52-53.

JUDD 1963a. ------. "In the Galleries: Roy Lichtenstein." Arts Magazine 38, no. 2 (November 1963): 32-33.

JUDD 1963b. ------. "In the Galleries: Six Painters and the Object." Arts Magazine 37, no. 9 (May-June 1963): 108-9.

JUDD 1964. ------. "In the Galleries: Roy Lichtenstein." Arts Magazine 39, no. 3 (December 1964): 66.

JUDD 1965. ------. "In the Galleries: Three Generations." Arts Magazine 39, no. 4 (January 1965): 54.

KAHAN 1980. Mitchell Douglas Kahan. American Painting of the Sixties and Seventies. Catalogue of exhibition, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, April 4-May 25, 1980; Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, July 25-September 14, 1980; Museum of Fine Arts of St. Petersburg, September 28-November 9, 1980; Columbus Museum of Art, December 8, 1980-January 15, 1981; Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, February 1-March 21, 1981; Sierra Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, April 11-May 23, 1981. Montgomery: Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, 1980.

KANNENBERG 1997. Sofia Kannenberg, "Kandinsky wartet auf den Rahmen," Freitag (May 2, 1997), p. 33.

KATZ 2004. Vincent Katz. “Comic-Strip Hero,” The World of Interiors (London) vol. 23, no. 5 (May 2004), pp. 162-169.


KRANT VAN HET PALEIS VOOR SCHONE KUNSTEN/LE JOURNAL DU PALAIS DES BEAUX-ARTS 1995. “High and Low/L’art encanaillé,” in De Krant Van Het Paleis Voor Schone Kunsten-Le Journal Du Palais Des Beaux-Arts (Brussles, Belgium)(June 1995), pp. 3, 4.

KAPROW 1977. Allan Kaprow. Roy Lichtenstein at CalArts. Catalogue of exhibition, April 19-May 22. Valencia: California Institute of the Arts, 1977.

KARDON 1977. Janet Kardon. Artists' Sets and Costumes: Recent Collaborations between Painters and Sculptors and Dance, Opera, and Theater. Catalogue of exhibition, October 31-December 17. Philadelphia: Philadelphia College of Art, 1977.

KARDON 1987. ------. 1967: At the Crossroads. Catalogue of exhibition, March 13-April 26. Philadelphia: Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, 1987.

KARP 1963. Ivan C. Karp. "Anti-Sensibility Painting." Artforum 2, no. 3 (September 1963): 26-27.

KASSEL 1968. Documenta IV. Catalogue of exhibition, June 27-October 6. Kassel: Druck + Verlag GmbH Kassel, 1968.

KASSEL 1977. Documenta 6. Catalogue of exhibition, June 24-October 2. Kassel: Paul Dierichs, 1977.

KASTNER 1997. Jeffrey Kastner. “Roy Lichtenstein: The Actual Thing.” ARTnews (November 1997) vol. 96, p.76

KATZ 1969. Paul Katz. "Roy Lichtenstein: Modern Sculpture with Velvet Rope." Art Now: New York 1, no. 1 (January 1969): n.p. Interview.

KAZANJIAN 1989. Dodie Kazanjian. "Going Places." Vogue, November 1989, pp. 413-17, 462.

KEISER 1996. Ellen Keiser,” The Bookworm,” The Waldo Tribune (Water Mill, New York) (August 6, 1996), p. 5.

KELEMEN 1966. Boris Kelemen. Pop art. Catalogue of exhibition, March 8-22, 1966. Galerija Suvremene Umjetnosti, Zagreb, Yugoslavia.

KELLER 1979. Jean-Pierre Keller. Pop Art et évidence du quotidien. Lausanne: L'Age d'Homme, 1979.

KELLEHER 1995. Karen Kelleher, “Roy Lichtenstein,”

KELLY 1964. Edward T. Kelly. "Neo-Dada: A Critique of Pop Art." Art Journal 23, no. 3 (Spring 1964): 192-201.

KENNEDY 2004. Maev Kennedy. “Repeat Performance: Lichtenstein returns to Britan after 35 years,” The Guardian (London) (February 26, 2004), p. 9.

KENNELLY 1994a. Eleanor Kennelly, “Combining “cartoon, real brushstrokes’” Washington Times (October 30, 1994)

KENNELLY 1994b. ------. “Lichtenstein pops up in D.C.,” Washington Times (October 30, 1994)

KENNISON and WASHBURNE-HARRIS 2001. Donald Kennison and Jesse Washburne-Harris. Pop Art: The John and Kimiko Powers Collection. Catalogue of exhibition, Gagosian Gallery, New York, April 20 – June 30, 2001.

KERBER 1970. Bernhard Kerber. Roy Lichtenstein: Ertrinkendes Mädchen. Stuttgart: Phillipp Reclam Jun., 1970.

KERBER 1972. ------. "Lichtensteins Wandbilder in der Düsseldorfer Universität." Art International 16, no. 2 (February 20, 1972): 30-31.

KERBER 1983. ------. "Skulptur und Farbe." Kunstforum International, no. 4 (April 1983): 25-104.

KERTESS 1987. Klaus Kertess. Lead. Catalogue of exhibition, December 3, 1987-January 16, 1988. New York: Hirschl and Adler Modern, 1987.

KERTESS 1991. ------. "Roy's New Rooms." Elle Decor, December 1991-January 1992, pp. 56-61.

KESSLER and LAMBLA 1989. Jane Kessler and June Lambla. Made in America. Catalogue of exhibition, April 5-June 11. Virginia Beach: Virginia Beach Center for the Arts, 1989.

KIDO 1995. Hideyuki Kido. “Metallic Foil and Woodcut Printing: A Look at the Printmaking Teachnique of Roy Lichtentein. Catalogue of Exhibition for Center for Contemporary Graphic Art and Tyler Graphics Archive Collection August 10-October 22, 1995, p. 6 (Japanese); 7 (English).

KIMBALL 1986. Roger Kimball. "Art and Architecture at the Equitable Center." New Criterion 5, no. 3 (November 1986): 24-32.

KIMMELMAN 1988. Michael Kimmelman. "Lichtenstein's Picasso's, 1962-1964." New York Times, March 11, 1988, p. C30.

KIMMELMAN 1989. ------. "Painting without Canvases: Lichtenstein as Sculptor." New York Times, June 2, 1989, p. C23.

KIMMELMAN 1993a. ------. "On Top With Pop: A Virtuoso Of Irony." New York Times, October 8, 1993, section 2, pp. C1, C24.

KIMMELMAN 1993b. ------. “Lichtenstein Proves He’s Top of the Pops,” International Herald Tribune (October 16-17, 1993), p. 8.

KIMMELMAN 1993b. ------. "Comics, Cubists and Gum Wrappers." Critic's Choice 1, no. 35 (October 25, 1993): 8-9, 20. Reprint of KIMMELMAN 1993a.

KIMMELMAN 1995. ------. “Disciple of Color and Line, Master of Irony,” The New York Times (March 31, 1995), pp. C1, C27.

KIMMELMAN 1997. ------. “Roy Lichtenstein, Pop Master, Dies at 73,” The New York Times (September 30, 1997), pp. A1, A20

KIMMELMAN 1998. ------. “Life Is Short, Art Is Long,” The New York Times Magazine (January 4, 1998), pp. 19-22.

KIMMELMAN 2001a. ------. “Art Review: Time Reveals the Delicacy Within Lichtenstein’s Playful Pop,” The New York Times (November 30, 2001), p. E35.

KIMMELMAN 2001b. ------. “Art Guide: Galleries:Uptown/Roy Lichenstein.” The New York Times (December 21, 2001), p. E45.

KIMMELMAN 2003. ------. “A Seasonal Migration of Cultural Scope.” The New York Times (August 8, 2003), pp. E27,E29

KINGSLEY 1987. April Kingsley. "Roy Lichtenstein's Drawings." Burlington Magazine 129: 418-20.

KINSMAN 2002. Jane Kinsman. The art of collaboration: the big Americans. Canberra: The National Gallery of Australia and London: Thames & Hudson, 2002.

KIRKWOOD 1956. Marie Kirkwood. “Sketches Give New Look to Work by Frank Wilcox,” Cleveland News (January 28, 1956)

KIRKWOOD 1969. ------. “Roy Lichtenstein Gives New Dimension to the Lowly Dot,” Sun Press (Cleveland, Ohio) (February 20, 1969)

KLEIN 1998. Richard Klein. “An Interview with Dorothy Lichtenstein,” in Roy Lichtenstein: Prints from the Collection of John and Kimiko Powers. Catalogue of exhibition, September 13-January 3, 1999, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Conneticutt.

KLÜVER 1963. Billy Klüver. “On the Record: Eleven Artists 1963, Interviews by Billy Klüver.” The Washington Gallery of Modern Art, Washington, D.C. phonograph record.

KLÜVER 1964. ------. “Bakelsen som Konst,” Vi (Stockholm) (1964), vol. 51, no. 9, pp. 11-13.

KLÜVER 1971. ------. “Interazioni fra arte e tecnologia,” S& T 71: Enciclopedia Della Scienza e Della Tecnica Mondadori , pp. 472-480.

KLÜVER 1981. ------. On Record: Eleven Artists, 1963. New York: Experiments in Art and Technology, 1981. Interview with Lichtenstein.

KNACK (BELGIUM) 1995. “Geestig Om Te Doen,” Knack (Belgium) (May 31-June 6, 1995), pp. 86-88, 91-92.

KNIGHT 1987. Christopher Knight. Art of the Sixties and Seventies: The Panza Collection. New York, Rizzoli, 1987.

KNIGHT 1994. ------. "Pop Was Just a Prologue." Los Angeles Times Calendar, (February 1, 1994), pp. F1, F3, F4.

KNIGHT 1995. ------. “Media is the Message in LACMA Survey of Lichtenstein,” Los Angeles Times (February 18, 1995), p. F1, F6.

KNIGHT 1997. ------. “Pop Art Icon Lichtenstein Dies,” Los Angeles Times (September 10, 1997), pp. A1, A20

KNOX 1970. Sanka Knox. "Painting by Lichtenstein Brings A Record $75,000 at Auction." New York Times, November 19, 1970, p. 40.

KNOX 1972. ------. "Records are Set for Post-war Art." New York Times, October 27, 1972, p. 34.

KODANSHA LTD. 1992. Contemporary Great Masters: Roy Lichtenstein. Kodansha Ltd. Tokyo, Japan: 1992

KOERNER 1997. Brendan I. Koerner. “An Artist with a Comic View,” U.S. News & World Report, vol 123, no. 14 (October 13, 1997), p. 10

KONNEF and KRUGER 1976. Klaus Konnef and Ingeborg Kruger, 200 Jahre amerikanische Malerei, 1776-1976. Catalogue of exhibition, June 30-August 1. Bonn: Rheinisches Landesmuseum, 1976. Also Muzej Savremene Umetnosti, Belgrade, August-September, 1976; Maryland Science Center, Baltimore, January 16-February 6, 1977.

KORD and WILFER 1977. Victor Kord and Joseph Wilfer. Recent Works on Paper by American Artists. Catalogue of exhibition, December 4, 1977-January 15, 1978. Madison, Wisconsin: The Madison Art Center, 1977.

KOSHALEK 1985. Richard Koshalek. The Museum of Contemporary Art: The Panza Collection. Catalogue of exhibition, February 13-September 29. Los Angeles: Museum of Contemporary Art, 1985. Interview with Panza by Kerry Brougher.

KOZLOFF 1962. Max Kozloff. “Pop Culture,” Metaphysical Disgust, and the New Vulgarians." Art International 6, no. 2 (March 1962): 34-36. Reprinted in Kozloff 1968, pp. 216-22.

KOZLOFF 1963. ------. "Art." Nation 197, no. 14 (November 2, 1963): 284-89.

KOZLOFF 1964a. ------. "Art and the New York Avant-Garde." Partisan Review 31, no. 4 (Fall 1964): 535-54.

KOZLOFF 1964b. ------. "Art: Dissimulated Pop." Nation, November 30, 1964, pp. 417-19.

KOZLOFF 1965. ------. Pop and Op: An exhibition of 65 graphic works sponsored by Philip Morris Incorporated circulated by The American Federation of Arts. Catalogue of exhibition, 1965, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond. Traveled to American Federation of Arts Gallery, New York, New York, February – March 2, 1966; Philadelphia Civic Center, Commercial Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; The Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland; Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; Flint Institute of Arts, Michigan; William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, Kansas City, Missouri; Isaac Delgado Museum of Art, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbus Museum of Arts and Crafts, Ohio; The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia; Cincinnati Art Museum, Oio; California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, California, 1967; Portland Art Museum, Oregon; Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, California; Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma City; Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, New York.

KOZLOFF 1966. ------. "The Inert and the Frenetic." Artforum 4, no. 7 (March 1966): 40-44. Reprinted in Kozloff 1968, pp. 248-63.

KOZLOFF 1967. ------. "Modern Art and the Virtues of Decadence." Studio International, 174, no. 894 (November 1967): 189-99.

KOZLOFF 1968. ------. Renderings: Critical Essays on a Century of Modern Art. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1968.

KOZLOFF 1969a. ------. "New York." Artforum 7, no. 6 (February 1969): 64.

KOZLOFF 1969b. ------. "Lichtenstein at the Guggenheim." Artforum 8, no. 3 (November 1969): 41-45.

KOZLOFF 1973a. ------. "American Painting during the Cold War." Artforum 11, no. 9 (May 1973): 43-54.

KOZLOFF 1973b. Max Kozloff. Twenty-five Years of American Painting, 1948-1973. Catalogue of exhibition, March 6-April 22. Des Moines: Des Moines Art Center, 1973.

KRAMER 1966. Hilton Kramer. "Venice Machinations: Denunciations of Biennale's Jury System Thought Part of Lichtenstein's Boom." New York Times, June 16, 1966, p. 54.

KRAMER 1967a. ------. "The Sixties in Retrospect." New York Times, July 2, 1967, p. 19.

KRAMER 1967b. ------. "The New Sculpture: Aspirations and Blind Alleys." New York Times, November 12, 1967, section 2, p. 37.

KRAMER 1968? ------. “Look! All Over ! It’s Esthetic…It’s Business…It’s Supersuccess!,” The New York Times

KRAMER 1971. ------. "I Got My Inspiration at IBM." New York Times, May 23, 1971, section 2, p. 27.

KRAMER 1975. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein." New York Times, November 8, 1975, p. 19.

KRAMER 1981. ------. "Lively Lichtenstein of 70's at Whitney." New York Times, September 25, 1981, p. C1.

KRAUSS 1964. Rosalind Krauss. "Boston Letter." Art International 8, no. 9 (November 1964): 42-43, 48.

KUENZI 196? ***. André Kuenzi. "Gstaad capitale du 'Pop Art.'" Gazette de Lausanne, ***, p. 8.

KUH 1962. Katherine Kuh. “Art in America in 1962: A Balance Sheet,” Saturday Review: A Special Section (New York) (September 8, 1962), pp. A-P [ill. of The Kiss, 1962 only]

KULTERMANN 1969. Udo Kultermann. The New Painting. New York: Praeger, 1969.

KULTERMANN 1985. ------. "Picasso in Contemporary Art." Vie des Arts 30, no. 119 (June 1985): 30-35, 101.

KUNSTFORUM WIEN 2003. Kunstforum Vienna. Roy Lichtenstein. Catalogue of exhibition, December 11, 2003 – March 7, 2004, Kunstforum Vienna. Vienna, Austria.

KUNSTWERK 1966. "Amerikanische Kunst aus Schweizer Besitz." Das Kunstwerk 20, nos. 3-4 (December 1966-January 1967): 68.

KUNZLE 1984. David Kunzle. "Pop Art as Consumerist Realism." Studies in Visual Communication 10, no. 2 (Spring 1984): 16-33.

KUSPIT 1976. Donald Kuspit. "Pop Art: A Reactionary Realism." Art Journal 36, no. 1 (Fall 1976): 31-38.

KUSPIT 1977. ------. "New York Today: Some Artists Comment." Art in America 65, no. 5 (September 1977): 82-83. Interview.

KUSPIT 1979a. ------. "Lichtenstein and the Collective Unconscious of Style." Art in America 67, no. 3 (May 1979): 100-105.

KUSPIT 1979b. ------. Roy Lichtenstein: Recent Work. Catalogue of exhibition, March 7-April 15. Coral Gables, Fla.: Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, 1979.

KUSPIT 1981. ------. "Elemental Realities." Art in America 69, no. 1 (January 1981): 78-87.

KUSPIT 1983. ------. "Uncivil War." Artforum 21, no. 8 (April 1983): 34-43.

KUSPIT 1988. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein." Artforum 26, no. 9 (May 1988): 141-42.

LAMARCHE-VADEL 1982. Bernard Lamarche-Vadel. "Roy Lichtenstein, entretien au magnétophone." Artistes, no. 11 (June-July 1982): 45-49. Interview with Lichtenstein.

LAMBRECHT 1993. Laurie Lambrecht, “Lens on Lichtenstein,” Arts & Antiques (October 1993) pp. 62-67.

LANDAU and TALALAY 1993. Ellen G. Landau, Marjorie and Anselm Talalay. 25 Years: A Retrospective. Catalogue of exhibition, September 10-November 7. Cleveland: Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, 1993.

LANES 1967. Jerrold Lanes. "Current and Forthcoming Exhibitions: New York." Burlington Magazine 109: 724-25, 727-28.

LANGSNER 1962. Jules Langsner. "Los Angeles Letter, September 1962." Art International 6, no. 9 (November 1962): 49-52.

LANGUI 1964. Emile Langui. "La figure humaine dans la peinture depuis Picasso." Quadrum, no. 17 (1964): 4-22.

LARSON 2003. Hilary J. Larson. “Lichtenstein Prints on the Block for Love of a Cause,” The Southampton Press (New York) (May 29, 2003), pp. B1, B9.

LARSON, K. 1981. Kay Larson. "Art." New York, September 21, 1981, pp. 34-35.

LARSON, K. 1987. ------. "The Luck of the Draw." New York, May 18, 1987, pp. 98-99.

LARSON 1993. ------. “ Pop of Ages,” New York (October 25, 1993), pp. 101-102.

LARSON, P. 1974a. Philip Larson. Johns, Kelly, Lichtenstein, Motherwell, Nauman, Rauschenberg, Serra, Stella: Prints from Gemini G.E.L. Catalogue of exhibition, August 17-September 29. Minneapolis: Walker Art Center, 1974.

LARSON, P. 1974b. ------. "Words in Print." Print Collector's Newsletter 5, no. 3 (July-August 1974): 53-56.

LAUS 1965. Harry Laus. “Lichtenstein E A Pop-Art,” Cad. B. Jornal do Brasil (Rio De Janeiro) (November 11, 1965)

LAUSANNE 1963. Le Salon international de Galeries pilotes. Catalogue of exhibition, June 20-September 22. Lausanne: Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts, 1963.

LAUTMAN 1985. Victoria Lautman. "Roy Lichtenstein." Arts Magazine 59, no. 6 (February 1985): 12.

LAVELL 1981. Stephen Lavell. "Lichtenstein." Arts Review 33, no. 22 (November 6, 1981): 493-94.

LAWRENCE 1970. Jill Lawrence. “The Roy Lichtenstein Exhibit,” North West Art, vol. 1, no. 2 (3-4, 1970), p. 15.

LAWSON 1979. Thomas Lawson. "Roy Lichtenstein." Flash Art/Heute Kunst, nos. 90-91 (June-July 1979): 46.

LEBENSZTEJN 1975. Jean-Claude Lebensztejn. "Eight Statements [on Matisse]." Art in America 63, no. 4 (July-August 1975): 67-69.

LEDDY 1995. Kim Leddy. “Homecoming,” Columbus Alive (September 20-26, 1995), pp. 6.

LEERING 1967. Jean Leering. Kompass New York. Catalogue of exhibition, December 30, 1967-February 11, 1968. Frankfurt: Frankfurter Kunstverein, 1967. Traveled to Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, November 9-December 17, 1967.

LEGGIO and WEILEY 1991. James Leggio and Susan Weiley eds. Studies in Modern Art series, American art of the 1960s. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1991.

LENSEN 1963. Michael Lensen, “The Realm of Art,” Newark Sunday Times (April 21, 1963), p. W14.

LEONARD 1966. William Albers Leonard. Master Drawings: Pissarro to Lichtenstein. Catalogue of exhibition, January 15-February 6. New York: Bianchini Gallery, 1966. Also Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, February 7-26.

LERMAN 1962. Leo Lerman. “The Village Idea,” Mademoiselle (June 1962), vol. 55, no. 2, pp. 68-71

LERMAN 1963. ------. “Treasures on Campus: Pop Goes Brandeis!,” Mademoiselle (Decembr 1963), vol. 58, no. 2, pp. 74-75; 1936

LEROY 1997. Bridget Leroy. “Roy Lichtenstein Dead at 73,” The (Southampton) Independent (New York) (October 1, 1997), p. 8

LESLIE 1997. Richard Leslie, Pop Art: A New Generation of Style (New York: Todtri Productions, 1997).

LEVEQUE 1963. Jean-Jacques Lévêque, “Lichtenstein: Objectivé.” Arts 1963

LEVEQUE 1975. ------."Lichtenstein, héraut de la bande dessinée." Galerie-Jardin des Arts, no. 143 (January 1975): 40-41.

LEVIN 2005. Bob Levin. “Roy Lichtenstein,” in Outlaws, Rebels, Freethinkers & Pirates. Seattle, Washington: Fantagraphics Books, 2005

LEVIN, G. 1987. Gail Levin. The Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection: Twentieth-century American painting. London: Sotheby's Publications, 1987.

LEVIN, K. 1988. Kim Levin. "Lichtenstein's Picassos: 1962-1964." Village Voice, February 23, 1988, p. 86.

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MILWAUKEE 1967. The Last Twenty Years in Contemporary Painting. Selections from the Collection of Richard Brown Baker. Catalogue of exhibition, February 20-March 17. Milwaukee: Art History Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1967.

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NESBIT ET AL. 1975. Margaret W. Nesbit et al. Richard Brown Baker Collects! A Selection of Contemporary Art from the Richard Brown Baker Collection. Catalogue of exhibition, April 24-June 22. New Haven: Yale University Art Gallery, 1975.

NEUGASS 1969. Fritz Neugass. "Roy Lichtenstein: zur grossen Retrospektive im Guggenheim Museum." Kunstwerk 23, nos. 1-2 (October-November 1969): 78-79.

NEW JERSEY 1996. 15 Degrees from Rutgers: Charting New Directions in Contemporary Art. Brochure of exhibition, February 28-March 31, 1996, Mason Gross School of Arts, Galleries of the Department of Visual Art, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. See HENDRICKS 1996 and STORR 1996.

NEW HAVEN 1963. Two Modern Collectors: Susan Morse Hilles, Richard Brown Baker. Catalogue of exhibition, May 23-September 1. New Haven: Yale University Art Gallery, 1963.

NEWMAN 1964. David Newman and Robert Benton. “The New Sentimentality,” Esquire, Vol. LXII, no. 1 (July 1964), pp. 25-31.

NEWMAN 1980. Michael Newman. "Two American Artists." Arts Review 32, no. 21 (October 24, 1980): 481.

NEWSWEEK 1962a. "Everything Clear Now?" Newsweek, February 26, 1962, pp. 86-87.

NEWSWEEK 1962b. "The Slice of Cake School." Newsweek, May 11, 1962, p. ***.

NEWSWEEK 1963a. "Four Centuries of American Art." Newsweek, December 2, 1963, p. 91.

NEWSWEEK 1963b. "Pop Goes the Easel." Newsweek, April 1, 1963, p. 80.

NEWSWEEK 1963c. "Pops or Robbers? The Big Question." Newsweek, September 16, 1963, p. 90.

NEWSWEEK 1963d. “American Panorama,” Newsweek (December 2, 1963), p. 91.

NEWSWEEK 1964. "Discredited Merchandise." Newsweek, November 9, 1964, pp. 94, 96.

NEWSWEEK 1966. "The Story of Pop." Newsweek, April 25, 1966, p. 56-58; 61.

NEW YORK 1952. American Watercolors Drawings and Prints. Catalogue of exhibition, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, December 5, 1952-January 25, 1953 (published by Harvard University Press, 1952)

NEW YORK 1964. A Selection of 20th Century Art of Three Generations. Catalogue of exhibition, November 24-December 26. New York: Sidney Janis Gallery, 1964.

NEW YORK 1965. 1965 Annual Exhibition: Contemporary American Painting. Catalogue of exhibition, December 8, 1965-January 30, 1966. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1965.

NEW YORK 1967a. 1967 Annual Exhibition: Contemporary American Painting. Catalogue of exhibition, December 13, 1967-February 4, 1968. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1967.

NEW YORK 1967b. The 1960s: Painting and Sculpture from the Museum Collection. Catalogue of exhibition, June 28-September 24. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1967.

NEW YORK 1969. 1969 Annual Exhibition: Contemporary American Painting. Catalogue of exhibition, December 16, 1969-February 1, 1970. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1969.

NEW YORK 1972. 1972 Annual Exhibition: Contemporary American Painting. Catalogue of exhibition, January 25-March 19. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1972.

NEW YORK 1973. 1973 Biennial Exhibition: Contemporary American Art. Catalogue of exhibition, January 10-March 18. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1973.

NEW YORK 1976. Acquisition Priorities: Aspects of Postwar Painting in America. Catalogue of exhibition, October 15, 1976-January 16, 1977. New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1976.

NEW YORK 1980. American Drawing in Black and White: 1970-1980. Catalogue of exhibition, November 22, 1980-January 18, 1981. New York: Brooklyn Museum, 1980.

NEW YORK 1986a. Painting and Sculpture Acquisitions, 1973-1986. Catalogue of exhibition, September 18-November 30. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1986.

NEW YORK 1986b. Twentieth-Century American Art. Catalogue of exhibition, February 13, 1986-April 15, 1987. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art at Equitable Center, 1986.

NEW YORK 1987a. Alternate Routes: Through the Permanent Collection. Catalogue of exhibition, July 3-August 30. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1987.

NEW YORK 1987b. Roy Lichtenstein: Pop Masterpieces, 1961-1964. Catalogue of exhibition, May 5-June 6. New York: BlumHelman, 1987.

NEW YORK 1988a. Modes of Address: Language in Art since 1960. Catalogue of exhibition, July 29-September 23. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, Downtown at Federal Reserve Plaza, 1988.

NEW YORK 1988b. Twentieth-Century Paintings and Sculptures: Avery, Chia, Cucci, De Kooning, Diebenkorn, Dubuffet, Francis, Gottlieb, Hockney, Hofmann, Léger, Lichtenstein, Lipchitz, Miró, Picasso, Smith, Vuillard, Warhol. New York: Richard Gray Gallery, 1988.

NEW YORK 1989a. American Prints from the Sixties. Catalogue of exhibition, November-December. New York: Susan Sheehan Gallery, 1989.

NEW YORK 1990a. The Charade of Mastery: Deciphering Modernism in Contemporary Art. Catalogue of exhibition, October 31, 1990-January 11, 1991. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, Downtown at Federal Reserve Plaza, 1990.

NEW YORK 1990b. Early/Later: Selected Works from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art. Catalogue of exhibition, March 1990-March 1991. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art at Equitable Center, 1990.

NEW YORK 1990c. Pop on Paper. Catalogue of exhibition, May 4-June 15. New York: James Goodman Gallery, 1990.

NEW YORK 1991a. Constructing American Identity. Catalogue of exhibition, June 19-August 30. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, Downtown at Federal Reserve Plaza, 1991.

NEW YORK 1991b. 1991 Biennial Exhibition. Catalogue of exhibition, April 2-June 30. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1991.

NEW YORK 1999. Roy Lichtenstein. Catalogue of exhibition, April 21-June 5, 1999. New York: Lawrence Rubin, Greenberg Van Doren Fine Art.

NEW YORK 2002. Ferus. Catalogue of exhibition, September 12-October 19, 2002. New York: Gagosian Gallery.

NEW YORKER 2001. “’Roy Lichtenstein Brushstrokes: Four Decades’” The New Yorker (November 123, 2001), p. 28.

NEW YORKER 2003. “Art: Museums and Libraries/Metropolitan Museum,” The New Yorker (May 19, 2003), p. 20.

NEW YORK MAGAZINE 1971. “Roy Lichtenstein,” New York Magazine (4/5, 1971), p.

NEW YORK TIMES 1993. “A Stroll Up the Ramp With Roy Lichtenstein,” The New York Times (), p.

NEW YORK TIMES 2003. “Lichtenstein on the Roof,” The New York Times (April 1, 2003), p. D8.

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NOBUYUKI 1998. Hiromoto Nobuyuki. “The Diverse Sides of Lichtenstein,” in Mainichi Weekly (June 13, 1998) [trans. By Anne Poole], pp. 10-11.

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NORDLAND 1962. Gerald Nordland. My Country 'Tis of Thee. Catalogue of exhibition, November 18-December 15. Los Angeles: Dwan Gallery, 1962.

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NOTRE DAME 1969. Selections from the Richard Brown Baker Collection. Catalogue of exhibition, January 5-February 23. Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Art Gallery, 1969.

NOVAS 1975. Himilce Novas. “Dorothy Lichtenstein: La Vida Y El Arte De Una Mujer Liberada,” Fascinacion (Venezuela) Year 2, No. 1, pp. 34-35.

NOVAS 1975. ------. “Roy Lichtenstein: representante de hoy ante el ma_ana,” Fascinacion (Venezuela) Year 2, No. 1, pp. 36-37.

NUREMBERG 1971. 'Was die Schönheit seit, das weiss ich nicht,' Künstler, Theorie, Werk: Katalog zur zweiten Biennale, Nürnberg, 1971. Catalogue of exhibition, Nuremberg Kunsthalle, April 30-August 1. Schauberg: Verlag DuMont, 1971.

OBSERVER 1969. The Observer (Cleveland, Ohio), “Op Posters Open Art Show.” September 5, 1969.

O'DOHERTY 1962. Brian O'Doherty. "***." New York Times, October 31 and November 4, 1962***, p. ***.

O'DOHERTY 1963. ------. "Lichtenstein: Doubtful but Definite Triumph of the Banal." New York Times, October 27, 1963, 2: 21.

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OLIVA ET AL. 1989. Achille Bonito Oliva et al. Artoon: L'influenza del fumetto nelle arti visive del XX secolo. Catalogue of exhibition, Rome, Palazzo Civiltà del Lavoro, November 25, 1989-January 15, 1990. Napoli: Electa Napoli, 1989. Includes essays by Omar Calabrese, Oscar Cosulich, Gerard Lemaire, Ada Lombardi, Stefano Petricca, Francesco Poli, Octavio Zaya.

OLLIE and RENZIO 1974. Jennifer Ollie and Tonidel Renzio. "London." Art and Artists 9, no. 3 (June 1974): 38-41.

O’MAHONEY 1996. John O’Mahoney. “Buried Treasure in Big Apple,” New York Post (August 27, 1996), p. 38.

OSAKA 1970. 1970 World Exposition. Volume 5: Contemporary Trends. Catalogue of exhibition, March 15-September 13. Osaka: Expo Museum of Fine Arts, 1970.

OSWEGO 1957. “Joins OSTC Faculty,” Palladian Times, (Oswego, New York) (September 24, 1957)

OSWEGO 1958. The Oswegonian (Oswego, New York) (April 29, 1958), “Faculty, Students Exhibit Art Work,”

OSWEGO 1958. The Oswegonian (Oswego, New York) (May 13, 1958), “Mr. Lichtenstein Exhibits Paintings,”

OSWEGO 1958. The Oswegonian (Oswego, New York) (May 25, 1958), “Campbell, Breland Win Exhibit Prizes,” p. 1

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PALETTE 1982. Jim Palette. “Le Roi Lichtenstein a Paris, Un Tramé Nommé Désir,” Libération (Paris) (September 28, 1982), pp. 24-25.

PALMÉ 1975. Martine Palmé. “L’Amérique au microscope,” Les Nouvelles Litteraires (February 17, 1975)

PAPADAKIS 1991. Andreas Papadakis, ed. New Art: An International Survey. New York: Rizzoli, 1991.

PARIS 1963. lichtenstein. Catalogue of exhibition, June 5-30, 1963. Paris: Ileana Sonnabend. See JOUFFROY ET AL 1963.

PARIS 1964. XXe Salon de Mai. Catalogue of exhibition, May 16-June 7. Paris: Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 1964.

PARIS 1986. Pop Art, 61-65. Catalogue of exhibition, June-September. Paris: Didier Imbert Fine Art, 1986.

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PARKS 2002. Steve Parks. “A Moving Work: Once by the WTC, sculpture get a new home.” Newsday (April 3, 2002), p. B3.

PARRISH ART MUSEUM 1995. The Prints of Roy Lichtenstein. Brochure to exhibition, September 10-November 26, 1995, Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York.

PASCAL 1966. David Pascal. "Interview with Roy Lichtenstein." Giff-Wiff, no. 20 (May 1966): 6-15.

PASSETTO 1982. Lucio Passetto. La Leggenda del ‘Pop’ Playmen, September 1982

PATTON 1990. Phil Patton. "'High and Low': Modern Art Meets Popular Culture." Smithsonian 21, no. 8 (November 1990): 138-49.

PEER 1977. Elizabeth Peer. "Two Cities." Newsweek, June 13, 1977, p. 65.

PEERS 1992. Alexandra Peers. "With Spring Auction, Shaky Art Market Faces Flood of Less-Than Stellar Works." Wall Street Journal, April 29, 1992, p. ***.

PELLIGRINI 1966. Aldo Pelligrini. New Tendencies in Art. Translated by Robin Carson. New York: Crown, 1966.

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PERREAULT 1974. ------. "'Classic' Pop Revisited." Art in America 62, no. 2 (March-April 1974): 64-68.

PERREAULT 1977. ------. "Fun and Games." SoHo Weekly News 5, no. 10 (December 8, 1977): 20.

PERRONE 1978. Jeff Perrone. "Reviews." Artforum 16, no. 6 (February 1978): 65-67.

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PHELPS 1963. Julia Gray Phelps. The Richard Brown Baker Collection of Contemporary Art. Catalogue of exhibition, May 5-26. Wellesley, Mass.: Jewett Arts Center, Wellesley College, 1963.

PHILADELPHIA 1969. The Spirit of the Comics. Catalogue of exhibition, October 1-November 9. Philadelphia: Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, 1969.

PHILLIPS 1982. Lisa Phillips. Surveying the Seventies. Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art. Catalogue of exhibition, February 12-March 31. Stamford, Conn.: Whitney Museum of American Art, Fairfield County, 1982.

PICARD 1964. Lil Picard. "The New School of New York." Kunstwerk 18, no. 6 (December 1964): 26, 37.

PIERRE 1969. José Pierre. "Pop Chocolat." L'Oeil, nos. 176-77 (August-September 1969): 38-43, 94.

PIESZAK 1977. Devonna Pieszak. "The Packaging of Vulgarity: Will It Double Your Pleasure?" New Art Examiner 4, no. 6 (March 1977): 6.

PIGUET 1991. P*** Piguet. "***." L'Oeil, no. 431 (June 1991): 94.

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PINCUS-WITTEN 1984. ------. Roy Lichtenstein: A Drawing Retrospective. Catalogue of exhibition, April 10-May 12. New York: James Goodman Galley, 1984.

PLAGENS 1966. Peter Plagens. "Present-Day Styles and Ready-Made Criticism." Artforum 5, no. 4 (December 1966): 36-39.

PLAGENS 1971. ------. "Los Angeles." Artforum 10, no. 2 (October 1971): 86-90.

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POCONO RECORD 1965. “Pop goes art—for art’s sake,” The Pocono Record (The Stroundsburgs, Pennsylvania) (March 3, 1965)

POLCARI 1991. Stephen Polcari, “”Roy Lichtenstein/Leo Castelli: October 10, 1991-January 25, 1992,” in Archives of American Art: A Salute to Roy Lichtenstein: October 10, 1991.

POLIER 1962. Betsy Polier. “News and Views of the Galleries: Paintings a Century Apart Are at Mi Chou,” (August 16, 1962) Manhattan ?? vol. 2, no. 50, p.

POLK 1964. Peggy Polk, “Ex-Ohioan A Leader in Pop Art,” Cleveland Press (April 3, 1964)

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POP SAMMLUNG 1970. Pop-Sammlung Beck. Düsseldorf: Rheinland-Verlag, 1970.

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PORTER 1954. ------. “Lichtenstein’s Adult Primer,” ARTNews, vol. 53, no. 1 9march 1954), pp. 18, 63.

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POWER 1997. Amy Power. “Lichtenstein Excelled at Art and Life,” The Ohio State Lantern (October 1, 997), p. 9

POWERS 1966. John G. Powers. Selections from the John G. Powers Collection Presented by the Larry Aldrich Museum. Catalogue of exhibition, September 25-December 11. Ridgefield, Conn.: Larry Aldrich Museum, 1966.

PRESTON 1962. Stuart Preston. “Hartford Galaxy: Exceptional Shows of Art Past and Present at Wadsworth Atheneum,” The New York Times (August 19, 1962), p. X17.

PRESTON 1963. ------. "On Display: All-Out Series of Pop Art--'Six Painters and the Object' Exhibited at Guggenheim." New York Times, March 21, 1963, p. 8.

PRESTON 1964. ------. "Rear and Advance Guard Marching." New York Times, November 1, 1964, 2: 25.

PRINT 1966. "Word and Image." Print 20, no. 1 (January/February 1966): 18-19.

PRIOR 1964. In Focus: A Look at Realism in Art. Catalogue of exhibition, Rochester, New York, The Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester. December 28, 1964-January 31, 1965.

PRITCHETT 1963. V.S. Pritchett. “The American in My Mind,” Holiday (Philadelphia) (July 1963) vol. 34, no. 1, pp. 28-41; 80, 80-83

PRODHON 1983. François-Claire Prodhon. "Roy Lichtenstein, 1970-1980." Flash Art, no. 110 (January 1983): 72.

PROVIDENCE 1965. Contemporary Boxes and Wall Sculpture. Catalogue of exhibition, September 23-October 17. Providence: Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, 1965.

PROVIDENCE 1967. Exchange Exhibition Exhibition Exchange from the Collection of Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University. Catalogue of exhibition, February 15-March 31. Providence: Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, 1967.

PROVIDENCE 1971. Contemporary American Sculpture: Selection 2. Catalogue of exhibition, October 7-November 7. Providence: Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, 1971.

PROVIDENCE 1973. Selection 3: Contemporary Graphics from the Museum's Collection. Catalogue of exhibition, April 5-May 6. Providence: Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, 1973.

PURDIE 1975. James Purdie. “The sixties’ rebels are building anew,” Globe and Mail (Toronto) (October 18, 1975)

PURI 2002. Madhu Puri. “Underground Art,” Art & Auction (October 2002), p. 149.

QUINDLEN 1977. Anna Quindlen. "Joan Mondale Finds SOHO More Than So-So." New York Times, May 12, 1977, p. B1.

RASMUSSEN ET AL. 1966. Waldo Rasmussen et al. Two Decades of American Painting. Catalogue of exhibition. New York: International Council, Museum of Modern Art, 1966. Essays by Irving Sandler, Lucy Lippard, G.R. Swenson. Tokyo, National Museum of Modern Art, October 15-November 27; Kyoto, National Museum of Modern Art, December 12, 1966-January 22, 1967.

RASMUSSEN ET AL. 1967a. ------. Two Decades of American Painting. Catalogue of exhibition. New York: International Council, Museum of Modern Art, 1967. Essays by Irving Sandler, Lucy Lippard, G.R. Swenson. New Delhi, Lalit Kala Gallery, Rabindra Bhavan, March 28-April 16.

RASMUSSEN ET AL. 1967b. ------. Two Decades of American Painting. Catalogue of exhibition. New York: International Council, Museum of Modern Art, 1967. Essays by Irving Sandler, Lucy Lippard, G.R. Swenson. Melbourne, National Gallery of Victoria, June 6-July 9; Sydney, Art Gallery of New South Wales, July 26-August 20.

RASPAIL ET AL. 1988. Thierry Raspail. La Couleur Seule: l'experience du monochrome. Catalogue of exhibition, October 7-December 5. Lyon: Ville de Lyon, with the collaboration of the Musées de France and the Centre National des Arts Plastiques, 1988.

RATCLIFF 1969. Carter Ratcliff. "New York." Art International 13, no. 9 (November 1969): 74-77.

RATCLIFF 1972. ------. "New York Letter." Art International 16, no.3 (March 20, 1972): 28-37.

RATCLIFF 1975. ------. "New York Letter." Art International 19, no. 10 (December 20, 1975): 37-44.

RATCLIFF 1978. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein at Castelli Downtown and Blum/Helman." Art in America 66, no. 2 (March 1978): 134.

RATCLIFF 1981a. ------. "In Detail: Matisse's Dance." Portfolio 3, no. 4 (July/August 1981): 38-45.

RATCLIFF 1981b. ------. "Lichtenstein: Creating Art from Art." Harper's Bazaar 114 (November 1981): 32+.

RATCLIFF 1982. ------. "Lichtenstein: Creating Art from Art." Harper's Bazaar, November 1981, pp. 32, 34, 38, 72.

RATCLIFF 1985. ------. "The Collectors: Contemporary Cast." Architectural Digest 42 (February 1985): 118-25.

RATCLIFF 1989a. ------. "The Work of Roy Lichtenstein in the Age of Walter Benjamin's and Jean Baudrillard's Popularity." Art in America 77, no. 2 (February 1989): 110-23, 177.

RATCLIFF 1989b. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein: Donald Duck et Picasso." Art Press, no. 140 (October 1989): 12-19. Interview.

RATCLIFF 2002. ------. “A pair of revealing gallery shows highlighted different aspects of Roy Lichtenstein’s obsession with the hidden history of visual things,” Art in America (July 2002), pp. 83-85.

RAYMOND 1971. Herbert Raymond. "New York. Two." Art & Artists 6, no. 4 (July 1971): 60-61.

RAYNOR 1985. Vivian Raynor. "Art: Roy Lichtenstein and His Irony within Irony." New York Times, September 13, 1985, p. C25.

RAYNOR 1995. ------. “A Chaotic Show, but With Many Pieces Worth Another Look,” The New York Times (August 27, 1995), p. 16.

READ 1965. Herbert Read. "The Disintegration of Form in Modern Art." Studio International 169, no. 864 (April 1965): 144-55.

REARDON 1986. J. Reardon. "Ikkyu Sojun: Zen Buddhist Verse." Oriental Art n.s. 32 (Autumn 1986): 288-96.

REIF 1968. Rita Reif. "You Go Past the 'O' and Under the 'N'. . . ." New York Times, November 15, 1968, p. 51.

REEK 1998. Jan van Reek. Roy Becomes Post Modern. Margraten, Netherlands, 1998.

REIF 1972. ------. "Putting Down the Brush and Painting on the Loom." New York Times, September 29, 1972, p. 48.

REIF 1989. ------. "Auctions: Pop Art from the Collection of a West German Collector's Daughter." New York Times, March 10, 1989, p. C24.

REIF 2003a. ------. “Painters Who Found The Wonder of Ceramics,” The New York Times (January 26, 2003), p. 39.

REIF 2003b. ------.” How Much is That Storefront in the Window?” The New York Times (May 18, 2003), p. 31.

REINHOLZ 1997. Mary Reinholz. “Lichtenstein Was In ‘Top Form’ at Time of Death, Colleagues Say,” Art Business News (November 1997), p. 8

RENARD 1983. Delphine Renard. "Roy Lichtenstein." Flash Art, no. 112 (May 1983): 73.

RESTANY 1963a. Pierre Restany. "Le Nouveau Réalisme à la Conquête de New York." Art International 7, no. 1 (January 1963): 29-36.

RESTANY 1963b. ------. "Le raz de marée aux USA." Domus, no. 399 (February 1963): 33-35.

RESTANY 1965. ------. Pop Art, Nouveau Réalisme, Etc.... Catalogue of exhibition, February 5-March 1. Brussels: Palais de Beaux-Arts, 1965. Preface by Jean Dypreau.

RESTANY 1966a. ------. "Venezia 33 Biennale." Domus, no. 441 (August 1966): 37-48.

RESTANY 1966b. ------. "Le pop-art: un nouvel humanisme américain." Aujourd'hui USA, nos. 55-56 (December 1966-January 1967): 121-22.

RESTANY 1967. ------. "Mechanische Malerei." Kunstwerk 20, nos. 5-6 (February-March 1967): 3-19.

RESTANY 1981. ------. "Cologne 1981: le nouveau réalisme entre le néo-dada et le pop." Art Press, no. 48 (May 1981): 11-12.

REY 1983. J. D. Rey. "Lo real y sus sombras o el equívoco pintura-foto." Cimal, no. 18 (1983): 9-16.

RHODE ISLAND 1970. "Twentieth Century." Rhode Island School of Design Bulletin 56, no. 4 (Summer 1970): 46.

RIBETTES ET AL. 1991. Jean-Michel Ribettes. Les Couleurs de l'argent. Catalogue of exhibition, November 19, 1991-February 1, 1992. Paris: Musée de Poste, 1992.

RICHARD 1997. Paul Richard. “Art’s Comic Genius.” The Washington Post (September 30, 1997), p. E1, E8

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RICHARDSON, J. 1966. John Adkins Richardson. "Dada, Camp, and the Mode Called Pop." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 24, no. 4 (Summer 1966): 549-58.

RICHARDSON, J. 1992. ------. Art: The Way it is. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1992.

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RICKERT 1989. Mathias Rickert. "Tobias Hirschmann." Cimaise 36, no. 202 (September-October 1989): 161-66.

RICOUR 1970. Monique Ricour. "Paris." Art International 14, no. 5 (May 1970): 69-72.

RIDGEFIELD 1989. Selections from the Collection of Marc and Livia Straus. Catalogue of exhibition, June 25-October 8. Ridgefield, Conn." Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, 1989.

RIOS 1991. Julian Rios. "Picasso, pintor y modelo (Reflexiones sobre 'Reflexiones sobre el pintor y su modelo' de Roy Lichtenstein)." El Paseante, nos. 18-19 (1991): 32-33.

ROBBINS 1966. Daniel Robbins. Recent Still Life. Catalogue of exhibition, February 23-April 4. Providence: Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art, 1966.

ROBERTS, C. 1962. Colette Roberts. "Lettre de New York." Aujourd'hui 6, no. 37 (June 1962): 48-49.

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ROBERTS, C. 1966. ------. "Lettre de New York." Aujourd'hui art et architecture 9, no. 52 (February 1966): 91.

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ROBERTS, K. 1968. ------. "Current and Forthcoming Exhibitions: London." Burlington Magazine 110: 107-8.

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ROBERTS, K. 1976b. ------. "Roy Lichtenstein and the Popular Image." Burlington Magazine 118: 515.

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ROCHESTER, MICH. 1966. A Point of View. Selected Paintings and Drawings from the Richard Brown Baker Collection. Catalogue of exhibition, December 16, 1966-January 28, 1967. Rochester, Mich.: Oakland University Art Gallery, 1966.

ROCKMAN 1964. Arnold Rockman. "Superman Comes to the Art Gallery." Canadian Art 21, no. 1 (January/February 1964): 18-22.

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ROOKS 2005. ------. “ Inside Out, Outside In: Roy Lichtenstein’s Interiors,” in Eckhard Schneider ed. Roy Lichtenstein: Classic of the New, pp. 149-153. Catalogue of exhibition, June 12 - September 4, 2005 , Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, Austria.

ROPAC 1995. Thaddaeus Ropac ed. The Muse? Transforming the Image of Woman in Contemporary Art. Catalogue of exhibition, July 22-Setepmber 2, 1995. Salzburg, Austria: The Gallery Thaddeus Ropac

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ROSE, BARBARA 1987. ------. The Barcelona Plazas: A Preview of an Urban Experience. Catalogue of exhibition, April 24-May 30. New York: Spanish Institute, Inc., 1987.

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ROWTHORN 1995. Chris Rowthorn. “Lichtenstein aims for the absurd,” The Japan Times (November 18, 1995), p. 17.

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ST. LOUIS 1979. "Recent Acquisition: 'Fishbowl II' by Roy Lichtenstein." St. Louis Art Museum Bulletin 15, no. 2 (April-June 1979): 177-80.

SALVI ET AL. 1987. Sergio Salvi, Wolfgang Becker, Enrico Pedrini. Pop Art: America, Europa; dall collezione Ludwig. Catalogue of exhibition, Forte Belvedere, Florence, July 4-October 4. Milan: Electa, 1987.

SALZILLO 1982. William Salzillo. Drawings, Watercolors, and Prints by Contemporary Masters. Catalogue of exhibition, April 15-May 23. Clinton, New York: Root Art Center, Hamilton College, 1982.

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SAN FRANCISCO 1982. The Works of Edward Ruscha. Catalogue of exhibition, March 25-May 23. New York: Hudson Hills Press in association with the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1982.

SAURÉ 1965. Wolfgang Sauré. "Marzotto-Skandal, Yves Klein, Warhol, und Lichtenstein: Ausstellungen in Paris." Kunstwerk 19, no. 2 (August 1965): 28, 37.

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SCHLOCKER 1975. Georges Schlocker. “Roy Lichtenstein auf der Suche nach der Identität,” Tages-Anzeiger (Zurich) (January 24, 1975), p. 21. Republished as “Kubistenenkel,” Deutsches Allgemeines Sonntagsblatt Nr. 4 (Hamburg) (January 26, 1975)

SCHMAHMANN 1991. Brenda Schmahmann, “Loplop as Pop: Bird Imagery in Roy Lichtenstein’s “Surrealist” and “Amerind/Surreal” works,” University of Witwaterscrand, South Africa (1991)

SCHMALENBACH 1974. Werner Schmalenbach. Picasso to Lichtenstein: Masterpieces of twentieth-century art from the Nordrhein-Westfalen collection in Düsseldorf. Catalogue of exhibition, October 2-November 24. London: Tate Gallery, 1974.

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SCHMIED 1975. ------. Roy Lichtenstein: Zeichnungen. Catalogue of exhibition, April 30-June 15. Berlin: Staatliche Museen Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Nationalgalerie, 1975. Traveled to Neue Galerie der Stadt Aachen, July 12-September 14. Interview by John Coplans.

SCHNEIDER 2005. Eckhard Schneider ed. Roy Lichtenstein: Classic of the New. Catalogue of exhibition, June 12 - September 4, 2005 , Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, Austria.

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SELZ 1963. Peter Selz. "A Symposium on Pop Art." Arts Magazine 37, no. 7 (April 1963): 36-45. A symposium held at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, December 1962. Moderated by Selz; participants: Dore Ashton, Henry Geldzahler, Hilton Kramer, Stanley Kunitz, Leo Steinberg.

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SEWARD 1963. George R. Seward. “Editor’s Letters,” ARTnews (October 1963) vol. 62, no. 6, p. 6

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SHARPLESS 1964. Ti-Grace Sharpless. The Atmosphere of '64. Catalogue of exhibition, April 17-June 1. Philadelphia: Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, 1964.

SHEFFIELD TELEGRAPH 1968. “Pop at the Tate,” Sheffield Telegraph (England) January 6, 1968

SHEPHERD 1979. Michael Shepherd. "American Painting in the 1970s." Arts Review 31, no. 15 (August 3, 1979): 399.

SHERMAN 1952. Hoyt Sherman. Recent Paintings: Roy F. Lichtenstein. Catalogue to exhibition, December 31, 1951-January 12, 1952, John Hellery Gallery, New York.

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SHERMAN 1997. Mary Sherman. “Lichtenstein applies his style to Chinese landscapes,” Boston Herald (March 21, 1997), p. , S13.

SHINODA 1988. Tazmi Shinoda. "Lichtenstein's Mural: A Purgatory of 'Merry-Go-Round.'" Mizue, no. 947 (Summer 1988): 3-23.

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SIEGEL 2002. Katy Siegel. “Roy Lichtenstein:Mitchell-Inness & Nash.” Artforum (January 2002), p. 138.

SIEGFRIED1969a. Joan Siegfried. The Spirit of the Comics. Catalogue of exhibition, October 1-November 9, 1969. Philadelphia, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania.

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SILL 1981. Gertrude Grace Sill. "The Reversed Canvas." Portfolio 3, no. 1 (January/February 1981): 48-51.

SILVER 2003. Kenneth E. Silver, JFK and Art, Catalogue of exhibition, Bruce Museum, Greenwich, Connecticut, September 20, 2003-January 11, 2004 and Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida, February 7, 2004-May 2, 2004.

SIMMEN 1989. Jeannot Simmen. “Ursprünge eines Pop-Klassikers,” Berliner Kunstblatt (January/February 1989), p. 67

SIMONIAN 1995. Karen Simonian, “Welcome Home, Roy,” The Other Paper (Columbus, Ohio) (March 208 1995), p. 1, 3.

SIMONIAN 1995. ------, “Lichtenstein on the Wexner, art and ‘Brushstrokes,’” The Other Paper (Columbus, Ohio ) (September 21-27, 1995), p. 12.

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SMITH, G. 1963. Gordon W. Smith. Mixed Media and Pop Art. Catalogue of exhibition, November 19-December 15. Buffalo: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1963.

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SMITH, PATRICK S. 1986. Patrick S. Smith. Andy Warhol's Art and Films. Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1986.

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SOLOMON, A. 1963a. Alan Solomon. The Popular Image Exhibition. Catalogue of exhibition, April 18-June 2. Washington, D.C.: Washington Gallery of Modern Art, 1963. Includes sound disk with interviews by Billy Klüver.

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SOLOMON, A. 1966b. ------. "Conversation with Lichtenstein." Fantazaria 1, no. 2 (July-August 1966): 6-13 (Italian), 36-42 (English summary), 66-73 (French summary). Transcribed television interview.

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SOLOMON, A. 1967a. ------. American Painting Now. Catalogue of exhibition, Horticultural Hall, December 15, 1967-January 10, 1968. Boston: Institute of Contemporary Art, 1967. Originally shown in U.S. Pavilion, Expo '67, Montreal.

SOLOMON, A. 1967b. ------. New York: The New Art Scene. New York: Holt, Rinehart, Winston, 1967. Photography by Ugo Mulas.

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SONNABEND 1965. Galerie Sonnabend. Roy Lichtenstein. Catalogue of exhibition, June 1-30, 1965, Paris, Galerie Ileana Sonnabend. Lichtenstein interview with Gene Swenson (See SWENSON 1963)

SONNABEND 1967. Galerie Sonnabend. Sculpture. Catalogue of exhibition, Roy Lichtenstein Sculptures. Paris, Galerie Ileana Sonnabend.

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WALDMAN 1969a. ------. Roy Lichtenstein. Catalogue of exhibition, September 19-November 9. New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1969.

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WALDMAN 1985. ------. Transformations in Sculpture: Four Decades in American and European Art. Catalogue of exhibition, November 22, 1985-February 16, 1986. New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1985.

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WALDMAN 1993b. ------. Roy Lichtenstein. Catalogue of exhibition, October 7, 1993-January 16, 1994. New York: Guggenheim Museum, 1993. The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles - Jan. 26 - April 3, 1994; Montreal Museum of Fine Arts - May 26 - Sept. 5, 1994; Haus der Kunst, Munich - Oct. 13, 1994 - Jan. 9, 1995; Deichtorhallen Hamburg - Feb. 8 - April 30, 1995; Les Expositions du Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels - June 2 - Sept. 3,1995; Wexner Center for the Arts - Sept. 21, 1995 - Jan. 7, 1996

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