Roy Lichtenstein's Three Brushstrokes, at Los Angeles's Getty Museum, weighs into the artworld at 527 pounds.
On a Los Angeles hilltop, the Getty Center has sweetened its views of Hollywood and Beverly Hills with a new sculpture garden. The garden and other spaces around the Getty Museum display 28 modern works collected by film producer Ray Stark and his wife, Fran, including Roy Lichtenstein’s Three Brushstrokes. Henry Moore’s Seated Woman echoes the form of nearby hills, and Léger’s Walking Flower appears to stroll out of the landscaping. (310) 440-7300, www.getty.edu.
Photography courtesy of estate of Roy Lichtenstein
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