Dictionary
Pop Art
The artists of the Pop Art movement of the 1950s and 1960s turned everyday objects into pictorial motifs, which they often placed in a new context, presented in oversized form or multiplied in new colour combinations as serial images. They took their inspiration from comics, the world of consumption, design, fashion, music, film or advertising. In contrast to the abstract currents of 20th century painting, the aim was again to make things work in themselves.

3 days | Hindman
Enrico Baj
Lot 175 Pecheur sur la plage and Baj chez Picasso 11 (a pair of works), 1962 and , 1968
etchings
€ 300 - 390
3 days | Hindman
Lot 192 Mel Ramos (complete portfolio of four prints with original cloth case) , 1973
collotypes
€ 2,000 - 3,900
3 days | Hindman
Corita Kent
Lot 12 Infant Jesus Beneath a Tree , 1956
screenprint
€ 390 - 590
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Robert Indiana
Lot 120 Terre Haute No. 2 : Decade , 1970
silkscreen
€ 1,500 - 3,000
Art auctions - from all over the world
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Art auctions - from all over the world
At a glance!
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