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London's Pop Art icons, ranked best to worst

London is popping with Pop Art. We asked you to rank the icons into this definitive top of the pops chart

 (© Estate of Roy Lichtenstein)
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© Estate of Roy Lichtenstein
 (© The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc/Artists Right Society (ARS),New York and DACS,London)
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© The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc/Artists Right Society (ARS),New York and DACS,London
 (© David Hockney)
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© David Hockney
 (© The estate of Richard Hamilton)
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© The estate of Richard Hamilton
 (© Jasper Johns 
)
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© Jasper Johns 

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© Peter Blake 2015. All rights reserved, DACS)
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© Peter Blake 2015. All rights reserved, DACS
 (© David Hockney)
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© David Hockney
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© Peter Blake 2015. All rights reserved, DACS)
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© Peter Blake 2015. All rights reserved, DACS
 (Richard Hamilton
 ‘Hommage à Chrysler Corp’, 1957. © The Estate of Richard Hamilton)
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Richard Hamilton
 ‘Hommage à Chrysler Corp’, 1957. © The Estate of Richard Hamilton
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© Claes Oldenburg)
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© Claes Oldenburg

Pop Art is undoubtedly the most talked-about, shared, liked and, um, popular art movement of all time. To mark ‘The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop’, Tate Modern’s major survey of global Pop Art, which opens on September 17, we gave you a week to sort these pop art icons into a definitive order of excellence. Here's what you said.

All these works are on show at Tate Britain as part of the ‘BP Walk Through British Art’ displays, or in ‘Witty, Sexy, Gimmicky: Pop 1957–67’, a free display of Pop Art icons at Tate Modern to accompany ‘The World Goes Pop’ exhibition. 

RECOMMENDED: Read our full guide to 'The World Goes Pop' at Tate Modern

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