“Roy Lichtenstein’s Paper Plate” is literally a paper plate. They were originally sold in packs of 10 and wrapped in cellophane. Why did he make it? Lichtenstein made the paperplate for the well-known fashion and advertising photographer Bert Stern, who had set up an uber-chic New York boutique called “On First Store”.
Roy Lichtenstein, Paper Plate, 1969, • Screen print on waxed paper plate. • Diameter: 26 cm. • Edition number: Unknown.
Signed in design on face