From his studio in New York, Roy Lichtenstein created cartoon-inspired paintings that helped launch the Pop Art movement. He incorporated many late 20th century movements and addressed a number of social issues. Although Lichtenstein’s pop paintings had popular acceptance, he began to work in a static abstract expressionist style in the mid 1960s. In the 1990s, he created large-scale abstract interiors, and worked in ceramics and enameled steel. Throughout his career, he appeared in documentary films and created posters, including Bill Clinton’s United States presidential campaign.