Roy Lichtenstein’s Residences and Studios, 1946–1997

Lichtenstein worked in many locations and spaces throughout his career, ranging from a bedroom corner at home to a light filled industrial space in New York City's West Village. RLF Archives holds thousands of photographs documenting many of these work spaces. The catalogue raisonné team is in the process of reviewing studio documentation to associate artworks with the studios in which they were created.       

Studios were often outfitted with wall easels and Revolving Easels, which were custom-designed by the artist and were essential structures in all of his later work spaces.        

1863 Crawford Street, Cleveland, Ohio (1954)

Roy and Isabel Lichtenstein with their dog, Woofy, in Cleveland, Ohio, c. 1954, in front of RLCR 197, RLCR 262, and RLCR 449. Photo: Photographer unknown, courtesy RLF Archives; artwork © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein

Roy and Isabel Lichtenstein with their dog, Woofy, in Cleveland, Ohio, c. 1954, in front of RLCR 197, RLCR 262, and RLCR 449

Photo: Photographer unknown, courtesy RLF Archives; artwork © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein