The dialog among Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) and Melinda Camber Porter (1953-2008) happened on December 18, 1983, while Roy Lichtenstein’s Greene Boulevard Mural drew crowds to Leo Castelli’s landmark SoHo Greene Boulevard Gallery in downtown New York. Roy Lichtenstein describes to Melinda Camber Porter the various impacts on his artwork from the Renaissance painters to Jap artwork when it comes to his brush strokes, viewpoint, and kinds.

Melinda Camber Porter gave up the ghost from ovarian most cancers in 2008 and she or he left a vital frame of labor in artwork, journalism, and literature. The Melinda Camber Porter Archive supplies for the continuation and enlargement of the tips expressed within the newsletter of her many books of artwork, journalism, and literature (