Andy Warhol Prints and Posters
The Andy Warhol prints of silk screens were not the only pop art pictures made famous during that modern art era. His production style artwork of celebrities like Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monroe along with his Brillo boxes and Campbell Soup cans were part of the pop art movement sweeping the nation in the 1960s.
Pop Art Rebels
The idea behind Pop Art (sometimes called Popart) was to rebel against the establishment of the art world but also became a part of the culture change in America that also wanted to change established systems. Other influential artists of Pop art include Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, and Roy Lichtenstein whose giant paintings resembled comic strips.
Duchamp Shocks Art Establishment
The Pop Art movement was started by Marcel Duchamp in the 1920s. He upset customs and traditions by notoriously turning a white porcelain urinal upside down calling it a sculpture. Another of his famous Pop Art pictures was a painting of the Mona Lisa with a mustache. Modern art was never the same after Duchamp.
Parody Everyday Life
Later Pop Art artists appealed to youth by celebrating and making a parody of popular consumer culture. Andy built on all this by not only making his art mechanically using the silk screens but also by naming his studio The Factory to emphasize his intentions. His prints and posters remain some of the most popular and recognizable artworks of all art to this day.
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Andy Warhol Bio
The Andy Warhol Biography tells of his mother, Truman Capote, how he died, and Pop Art.
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The best Andy Warhol Art was provocative when new and the Campbell's Soup Cans and Brillo Boxes are still iconic today.
Andy Warhol Shoes
Overview of how Andy Warhol shoes influenced his rise to fame and controversy.
Andy Warhol Quotes
The Andy Warhol Quotes on this page help give insight to man famous for wanting to be famous.
Andy Warhol Self Portraits
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Andy Warhol Biography
An Andy Warhol Biography listing major events in the artist's life.
Andy Warhol Soup Can
The Andy Warhol Soup Can is probably his best known artwork. He produced thousands of silkscreen art prints including canvas portraits of Marilyn Monroe and Pop Art paintings of Campbell's Tomato Soup.
Andy Warhol Artwork
The Andy Warhol paintings most famous are Pop Art, the popular objects like Campbell's Soup Cans and Brillo Boxes found in everyday life and products in the mass media.
Andy Warhol Pictures
The Andy Warhol pictures most famous were portraits of Marilyn Monroe, Liz Taylor, Elvis and other celebrities that started as Polaroids.
Andy Warhol Self Portrait
An Andy Warhol Self Portrait reveals little; shows a lot of his Pop Art style including quotes.
Andy Warhol Pop Art
Andy Warhol Pop Art was not his original idea; he wanted to belong and then he became the name and human symbol of the movement.
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The Doug Dourgarian art gallery on line of shoe art, landscapes, New York City art prints, and California wine art.
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