Posted on Sun Apr 01 2018
Wonderful RARE Roy Lichtenstein Art of the Sixties "M...Maybe" Serigraph Exhibition Poster 1979!!! Professionally framed! Roy Lichtenstein was an American pop artist who during the 1960s, along with Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns, and James Rosenquist, became a leading figure in the new art movement. His work is very hot right now, with some of his original pieces going for tens of millions of dollars. This colorful poster was designed using Lichtenstein's 1965 pop art work entitled "M...Maybe" and was silkscreened in 1979 for an exhibition entitled "Art of the Sixties". It's approximately 57 inches tall by 41 inches wide framed. The colors are vibrant (much more impressive than reflected in the pictures). This is a rare, original serigraph and an excellent representation of Pop Art. I'm also selling another Lichtenstein serigraph "Aloha"Art of the Sixties which was purchased at the same time and am willing to sell both together for a discounted price - you can click on more ads by this user to see a link to that listing. This serigraph was dry mounted to a large piece of foam board circa October 1997 (right after Lichtenstein's death) and framed behind plexi-glass. It has been recently professionally re-framed with a museum-quality frame, brand new plexi-glass, and a new reinforced backing installed to the back of the print. The only minor condition issues that were identified during re-framing were: a tiny little pock mark in the white border above the serigraph, as pointed out in one of the pictures and a small crease in the upper right corner of the print's white border. These imperfections are hardly visible because they are within the white border. The rest of the serigraph remains in amazing condition with vibrant colors. Please see pics for the overall condition of the serigraph.