Roy Fox Lichtenstein became famous in the 1960’s for his interpretation of art. Mainly characterized for resembling comic strips and advertisements, his art was both a commentary on American popular culture and a reaction to the success of Abstract Expressionist art from names like Pollock and William de Kooning.
His signature art was a production of mass-produced images. He was born in NYC in 1923, he passed away in 1997.
Here’s a link to The Roy Lichtenstein Foundation where you can find a gallery of all his work.