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Lichtenstein topic of Friel art lecture
September 16, 2005

The art of Roy Lichtenstein will be discussed by Elizabeth Brown, curator of Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, as part of the Friel lecture series at WSU. She will speak at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 26, in the Fine Arts auditorium.The series is named for John Friel, a 1962 WSU Fine Arts graduate, and is funded by an endowment established in his memory by his parents.

Lichtenstein prints pop into art museum
September 16, 2005

An opportunity to view more than 70 prints by one of the 20th century’s most recognized and influential artists will be hosted by the Museum of Art Sept. 24-Dec. 16.“Roy Lichtenstein Prints 1956-97: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation” is a selection of works from Jordan Schnitzer’s immense collection of prints in Portland, Ore.Lichtenstein is widely known for his comic book images and Benday dot patterns, which many consider the most enduring of pop art imagery. Lichtenstein explored every print-making medium, however, producing more than 300 print editions (with multiple runs of each).Included in the exhibit will be the first … » More …