Pop Art

Pop Art, emerging in the 1950s and reaching its peak in the 1960s, celebrated mass culture and consumerism. Artists like Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, and Claes Oldenburg appropriated images from popular culture, advertising, and everyday objects. Known for vibrant colors, bold forms, and a sense of irony, Pop Art blurred the line between high and low art, challenging traditional notions of artistic subject matter and techniques. It became a defining movement of the post-war era.

  1. Andy Warhol
  2. Roy Lichtenstein
  3. Jasper Johns
  4. Robert Rauschenberg
  5. Claes Oldenburg
  6. James Rosenquist
  7. Richard Hamilton
  8. Peter Blake
  9. David Hockney
  10. Tom Wesselmann
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