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A framed print of the work by Roy Lichtenstein, mounted on board and custom-framed. Lichtenstein defended Pop Art against its critics, contending that “there are certain things that are usable, forceful, and vital about commercial art.” By choosing comic-book illustrations and everyday objects as themes and using simulated Benday dots to suggest cheap printing, Lichtenstein acknowledged (and perhaps questioned) the role of this popular form of entertainment in daily life.