Roy Lichtenstein Art History Workbook - Pop Art - Famous Artist Unit

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4th - 8th, Homeschool
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This packet takes students through an understanding of the artist, pop art and then has students color artwork inspired by the artist, using four of the most common characteristics of his work: Benday Dots, Horizontal Lines, Primary Colors and black outlines. Students apply this knowledge afterwards to create their own art, first as an abstract piece then using their favorite comic strip frame.

If your school allows access to Google Sites: Learn about the condensed online version of the resource here: Roy Lichtenstein Distance Learning Website

18 Worksheets Included: (See Preview File)

  • Poster of the artist at Stedelijk Museum in 1967 in front of his art.
  • About the artist information sheet with examples
  • Instruction sheet
  • More resources sheet with links to videos.
  • 4 Coloring Sheets in the style of Lichtenstein in black outline form with color/line guides.
  • Coloring sheet with blank caption.
  • Abstract art coloring sheet.
  • Create your own Lichtenstein inspired abstract artwork.
  • Reference for Comic cover "Run for Love" and "Drowning Girl"
  • Compare/Contrast of cover and painting worksheet
  • Comic frame re-defined worksheet with reflection
  • Exclamation Artwork Prompt and Drawing Sheet
  • Presentation of the artist and his work


  • Compare/Contrast Key
  • Comic frame re-defined worksheet with reflection Key and example

Ways to use in the classroom:

  1. As an introduction to a famous artist and their work.
  2. Worksheets culminate with student creating their comic book frame.
  3. To support other skills such as: Creating Art with Meaning and Drawing.
  4. As early finisher work or as a quick art substitute lesson.

Note: There are options on how to give students color reference other than to print these sheets in color. You can project the example using a document camera or have students look up artwork on a chrome book or smartphone, for example.

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Art History Student Workbook (205 Pages)

Classroom Art Lessons, Substitute Art Lessons, Art for Early Finishers, Interactive Coloring Sheets, Homeschool Art Lessons, Art History based lessons, Art Movements, Art History lessons, Pop Art, Roy Lichtenstein, No Prep Art History Lessons.

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