Roy Lichtenstein's "exploded" onto the Pop scene with his exciting "Explosion" print, made at the height of the POP art scene in 1967. Lichtenstein was inspired by the images of explosions rendered in comic book illustrations, with their stylized Benday dots in primary colors. This iconic work is in numerous museum collections, including the Tate Gallery in London, as well as the Museum of Modern Art.
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