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I Can See the Whole Room...and There's Nobody in It! - Gelsenkirchen, Germany
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member g300td
N 51° 31.398 E 007° 07.894
32U E 370378 N 5709675
Quick Description: Pop art by Roy Lichtenstein in Gelsenkirchen
Location: Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Date Posted: 2/16/2015 7:34:36 AM
Waymark Code: WMNCVK
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member monkeys4ever
Views: 3

Long Description:
"I Can See the Whole Room...and There's Nobody in It! (sometimes I Can See the Whole Room and There's Nobody in It! or simply I Can See the Whole Room!) is a 1961 painting by Roy Lichtenstein. It is a painting of a man looking through a peephole. It formerly held the record for highest auction price for a Lichtenstein painting.
The work is based on a William Overgard-drawn comics panel from a Steve Roper cartoon. Lichtenstein's derivation augments the presentation of the narrative and expands the use of color in the image. As with the original the image employs the theme of vision, and focuses specifically on mechanized vision as well as monocularity."
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This painting is located in Gelsenkirchen, Hüller Mühle 109.
There is a private house with a double garage.
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Admission Fee: No charge

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