Roy Lichtenstein with Pencil at Painting

(Original Caption) 3/13/1964-New York, NY- Artist Roy Lichtenstein is shown with a pencil in his hand, as if he is drawing on one of his famous comic-book inspired art works at the Leo Castelli Gallery, 4 East 77th Street. The full text of the paintings read "As I opened fire, I knew why Tex had not buzzed. If he had, the enemy would have been warned, that my ship was below them." Text of painting says "that my ship was below them."
(Original Caption) 3/13/1964-New York, NY- Artist Roy Lichtenstein is shown with a pencil in his hand, as if he is drawing on one of his famous comic-book inspired art works at the Leo Castelli Gallery, 4 East 77th Street. The full text of the paintings read "As I opened fire, I knew why Tex had not buzzed. If he had, the enemy would have been warned, that my ship was below them." Text of painting says "that my ship was below them."
Roy Lichtenstein with Pencil at Painting
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Bettmann / Contributor
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517446456
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13 March, 1964
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