NOMA Unveils Lichtenstein Sculpture

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Monday, the New Orleans Museum of Art unveiled a work by American pop artist Roy Lichtenstein.

The sculpture is made of aluminum and will be displayed in front of the museum.

The piece is 20 feet tall and is called Five Brushstrokes.

It’s a gift by the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation as well as the foundation of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Besthoff.