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Roy Lichtenstein Bern Kunsthalle 1968


Original vintage silkscreen advertising poster for a Roy Lichtenstein exhibition at the Bern Kunsthalle from 23 February to 31 March 1968 featuring a colourful design by the notable pop artist Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) showing a comic style image of a young blonde lady lying down with tear filled crying eyes and a thought bubble above her head reading "That's the way -- It should have begun! But it's hopeless!" with the information text below in stylised red, blue and grey letters. Photography by Andre Morain, Screen printed in Switzerland by Albin Uldry, Bern. Large size. Very good condition, restored pinholes, minor restored loss on bottom right corner, backed on linen.

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