UP CLOSE: Roy Lichtenstein

Curator Ed Schad discusses artist Roy Lichtenstein’s painting Rouen Cathedral, Set 3 (1968–69). This painting is Lichtenstein’s take on both the French Impressionist Claude Monet and the evolving nature of vision and what it means to see through the medium of painting.

Featuring The Broad’s curators, Up Close is a series that takes a deeper look at artists and works in the Broad collection, which is notable for the exceptional depth of its holdings and dedication to the full arc of artists’ careers.

Learn more about the expansive presentation of Roy Lichtenstein, featuring 22 artworks: https://www.thebroad.org/art/featured-installations/expansive-presentation-roy-lichtenstein.


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