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What is Pop Art?

Pop Art is a distinctive genre of art that first “popped” up in post-war Britain and America. Primarily characterized by an interest in popular culture and imaginative interpretations of commercial products, the movement ushered in a new and accessible approach to art.


Although the critics of Pop art described it as vulgar, sensational, nonaesthetic, and a joke, its proponents (a minority in the art world) saw it as an art that was democratic and nondiscriminatory, bringing together both connoisseurs and untrained viewers.
Some of the more striking forms that Pop art took were Roy Lichtenstein’s stylized reproductions of comic strips using the colour dots and flat tones of commercial printing.

Sometimes I paint and Charlie Chaplin is one of my jobs.

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