James Rosenquist (1933 – 2017) was an American painter and one of the prominent figures associated with the Pop Art movement. He is known for creating large-scale artworks that incorporated elements of advertising, consumer culture, and popular imagery. His works often featured bold colors, fragmented compositions, and juxtapositions of everyday objects.
Rosenquist's art often commented on the influence of mass media and consumerism on society. He gained recognition in the 1960s for his iconic paintings that combined images from advertisements, household products, and other cultural symbols. His works challenged conventional artistic approaches and explored the connections between art, commerce, and everyday life.