|Dimensions||290 cm × 450 cm × 130 cm (115 in × 176 in × 52 in)|
|Location||National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.|
|Owner||National Gallery of Art|
The house uses optical illusion to play with perspective. To appreciate the full effect, walk at a steady rate along the arc of the sidewalk that runs in front of and nearly perpendicular to the sculpture, with your head turned to one side, facing the sculpture. The house will appear to be spinning in space, like the "Wizard of Oz" house.
It was constructed of painted aluminum, modeled in 1996 and constructed in 1999.
- Lichtenstein Foundation
- House I
- Roy Lichtenstein’s Optical Illusion Sculpture
- "The Deceptive House of Roy Lichtenstein"
- Virtual Globetrotting
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