The Great American Pop Art Store Multiples of the sixties

The Great American Pop Art Store is a comprehensive look at the wildly eclectic multiples created when Pop art was in its infancy and the young Pop crowd was equally hip to Happenings, Courréges boots, and Warhol films. Moderately priced and few in number, these early multiples offer a pictorial slice of the 1960s and a window onto the early works of some of America’s most renowned artists. Featuring work by Dine, Johns, Lichtenstein, Oldenburg, Rauschenberg, Rosenquist, Warhol, and Wesselmann, to name just a few, this book is a primary source for the reexamination and rediscovery of an art form that was profoundly influencial. Essays by Constance W. Glenn and Dorothy Lichtenstein.

Text: Glenn Constance W.. cm 18×26; pp. 115; COL and BW; paperback. Publisher: Smart Art Press, Santa Monica, 1997.

ISBN: 9780936270364| 0936270365

ID: AM-4612

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The Great American Pop Art Store is a comprehensive look at the wildly eclectic multiples created when Pop art was in its infancy and the young Pop crowd was equally hip to Happenings, Courréges boots, and Warhol films. Moderately priced and few in number, these early multiples offer a pictorial slice of the 1960s and a window onto the early works of some of America’s most renowned artists. Featuring work by Dine, Johns, Lichtenstein, Oldenburg, Rauschenberg, Rosenquist, Warhol, and Wesselmann, to name just a few, this book is a primary source for the reexamination and rediscovery of an art form that was profoundly influencial. Essays by Constance W. Glenn and Dorothy Lichtenstein.