comic-strip art

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Comic-strips were invented in the late 19th century and first featured in the Sunday supplements of North American newspapers. Essentially narrative cartoons, they have played a major role in popular culture throughout the world. Various artists, such as some of those identified with Pop art, have incorporated comic-strip features in their own work. The most celebrated examples are probably the large-scale paintings of Roy Lichtenstein.

Subjects: Art.

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