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girl w ball


Roy Lichtenstein’s Girl with Ball can be viewed at MoMa. The work was once owned by its founder, Philip Johnson.

Lichtenstein appropriated the girl from an advertisement, but made her look both more fake and more hot.

Way to go, Roy. That’s just the message we’re trying to send to girls everywhere.

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bedroom(s) at arles

One of my favorite games is “Spot the Differences.” I own that feature in People magazine. Today’s edition features Roy Lichtenstein’s Bedroom at Arles (part of the Meyerhoff collection at the Fitzhugh Farm) and van Gogh’s. 

Ready, set, spot!



Roy really hates visible nails, hanging fixtures, and messes. He makes up for it with his love of Ben-Day dots and folded towels.

While you won’t see Bedroom, the “Pop Art Prints” exhibition features prominent work by Roy. Go after a happy hour. You’ll look so cultured. 

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