Roy Lichtenstein

Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein’s studio building donated to Whitney Museum

The building, just a few blocks from the museum, will be renovated and used as a permanent home for the Whitney’s Independent Study Program

Back to the beginning: author and art critic Frederic Tuten will have his first solo show in the Hamptons

Tuten was close friends with Roy Lichtenstein, who twenty years ago saw promise in the writer’s sketchbook.

California man sentenced to five years in prison for $6m international art fraud scheme

Philip Righter pleaded guilty to selling works fraudulently attributed to Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring, among others

New Yorkgallery

See the unguarded side of New York's Modern art legends

Ugo Mulas photographed the 1960s New York art scene and his pictures are now on show at Matthew Marks

Lichtenstein Foundation gives hundreds of works to the Whitney and Smithsonian

The organisation wants to get its collection "out into the world", the director says

Roy Lichtenstein painting hidden in private collection for 25 years to be unveiled

Frightened Girl is part of a London exhibition devoted to the Ben-Day dot technique commonly used in pulp fiction comics

Phillips and Sotheby's deliver healthy totals for contemporary art

Capping an epic week of auctions, solid results featuring records for female artists and a Ferrari bode well for market's future—so long as it doesn't overheat

Tatearchive

Artists Barbara Hepworth and Andrew Forge and fellow Tate trustee Herbert Read opposed a £4,665 Lichtenstein in 1966

After a heated debate the purchase, estimated to be worth more than $40m, went ahead

What's on in New York: From Neo-Classicism to Pop Art

A Rothko double-header at PaceWildenstein and Washburn, Lichtenstein’s brushstrokes legacy at Mitchell-Innes & Nash while Gagosian installs “Brushstroke” at the Seagram building Plaza

Art marketarchive

What's on in London: Jacklin at Marlborough and Oxford’s MoMA

Scully is centrepiece of Cork Street’s Open Weekend

MoMA to hold Lichtenstein retrospective in 1992

The exhibition will travel through Europe, and in 1993 will be enlarged and shown at the Guggenheim to celebrate the artist's sixtieth birthday