The ever-popular Roy Lichtenstein returns to the Whitney in this small exhibition focused not on his usual cartoon-based pop art, but rather his interest in classical architecture. During the 1970s, Lichtenstein produced two series of paintings entitle Entabltures. This exhibit contains sketches, drawings, and other preparatory materials used by the artist to prepare for the final works. It is a revealing look at the artistic process of one of America's favorite creatives.

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