Your internet explorer is in compatibility mode and may not be displaying the website correctly.You can fix this by pressing 'F12' on your keyboard, Selecting 'Document Mode' and choosing 'standards' (or the latest version listed if standards is not an option).A deep debt of thanks is extended to Cassandra Lozano for her enormous help on so many aspects of both projects, and for her assistance in facilitating the use of the artist's archives by members of the Guggenheim Museum's stall I am sincerely grateful to James di Pasquale, Shelly Lee. At the same time, the figure's occupation of the entire left third ol the canvas effectively offsets the energized diagonal and anchors it in place.
This exhibition and publication could not have been accomplished without the help of Lichtenstein's studio assistants. This 1 urve also reinforces the sharp thrust of a tripartite diagonal form that divides the painting nearlx in half as it stretches from just left of the bottom middle of the canvas to the upper-right corner. Town's in a Tizzy" The Cleveland News, March 13, 1952, "1 Ionic Magazine," p. Includes a statement by I ichtenstein, along with comments b\ a critic and several loci artists on his exhibition at the Art Colony Galleries, ( leveland, March 2 22. Jodidio, Philip- "A question of Appearances: lalk with Roy I i« htenstein." Connaissance des arts (U. My gratitude also goes to Tracey Bashkoff, ( uratorial Assistant; Julia Blaut, Research Assistant, who compiled the bibliography; and Susan Joan Schenk, Research Assistant. for example), he again plays with the notion ot pen eption. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••i r« •••••••••••••••••• r« ••••••••••••••••••••• _ r% •••••••••••••••••••••• i 163. In addition, I would like to thank the dedicated interns who have volunteered their services on the project over the course of several years: Karrie Ad. Among those most involved with the presentation were 1 inda Thacher, Exhibitions Registrar, who coordinated the intricate details of transportation foi works m the exhibition; Pamela Myers, Administrator for Exhibitions .\k\ Programming, who oversaw all technical aspects of the installation and who. As a pictorial device, an image reflected in a mirror was used in Western painting to create the illusion ot space. Roy Lichtenstein, Sfi'M Li/r with Glass and Peeled Lemon, l ( 72 Oil and "ii canvas, 107.9 x 122.5 cm (42 Vi x 48 V* inches) Helman ( ollecrion, New Yorl version and Matisse's. mum, Sarah Ellen Cunningham, Blythe Kingston, Michelle Mahoney, James Rondeau. with the help oi Scott Wixon, Manager of Installation and Collection Services, negotiated the complex details of bringing Lichtenstcms larger works into the museum and installing them on the ramps and town galleries; and Carol Strmgari. In |an van Eyck's Giovanni Arnoljini and His Bride (Wedding Portrait), 1434, and in Diego velazquez's The Maids of Honor, L656, a mirror is shown reflecting figures that are clearly placed outside the frame of the painting. Matisse's painting is a studs in sensate color and tranquil form, which brings a particular scene to life In com. Matisse applied his perceptual experienl color to his explorations of color as an abstract entity, but he never relinquished its power to refer to its original source in nature. 2o (spring 1991), pr " IS (in English), 21-32 (in French). Associate ( ouservator, whose expertise was invaluable. V .v.v.v.v.v.vmm* •••••••••••••••• ^^.y.y.y.y.y.y.y.y.y.y.y.y.y.y Y. Centuries later, Juan Gris elaborated on this concept in his Cubist collages, among them The Washstand (fig. I ichtenstein's palette is far more schematic, less attuned to the sensations that colors can evoke and not necessarily determined by the objects usually associated with them. Hindry Ann "Conversation with Roy Lichtenstein Conversation avec Ro Lichtenstein." In I lindry, ed .