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Rosenquist helped define the genre of color-bursting displays of common objects that was also championed by the likes Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. Rosenquist had early experience as a billboard painter, which became a springboard for presentations of images that he culled from sources including print advertisements and magazines, it said. "Painting is probably much more exciting than advertising," Rosenquist was quoted as saying by the Museum of Modern Art.
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