(After) Roy Lichtenstein (1923 – 1997) “Two Nudes” is a limited edition (pencil numbered 29/199) serigraph on Arches paper with signature imprimee measuring 64 x 57 cm (25 x 22.5 inches) unframed. The image is inspired by Lichtenstein’s 1994 work from his Nudes Series of nine screenprints. In August 2019, one of the rare framed, artist-signed 1994 screenprints of “Two Nudes” sold at Sotheby’s London for approximately $229,000. In the last years of his life, the artist reimagined female figures from his 1960’s comics and recreated them without clothing. He used computer-generated dye-cut stencils as well as hand-cut stencils to produce his signature Benday dots and patterns in irregularly shaped pieces. The image of the 1994 screenprint is recorded in: Mary Lee Corlett and Ruth E. Fine, The Prints of Roy Lichtenstein: A Catalogue Raisonné: 1948–1997, New York and Washington D.C., revised and updated second edition 2002 as: Corlett 284.