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Artist a Day:  Andy Warhol

Artist a day! ANDY WARHOL  (1928-1987) Andy Warhol was a successful American artist, magazine, and illustrator who became a leading artist of the 1960s Pop art movements.



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He experimented with various art styles, including performance art, film, video installations, and writing. He controversially obscured the boundaries between fine art and mainstream aesthetics. 

Acrylic on Plywood, 1964

Brillo Soap Pads Boxes

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Che Guevara

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Andy Warhol, after gallbladder surgery, died of cardiac arrhythmia in February 1987 in New York. He was 58 years old.



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Friedrich The Great

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Campbell's Soup Cans (1962) Warhol often allowed everyday images from customer culture in his work. His most famous Campbell's Soup Cans painting is an example of using consumer items that he turned into art. The initial set was made up of 32 canvases, each depicting a different variety of soup offered by the company.

Polymer paint on canvas 1.6 x 1.3 m, 1962

Campbell's Soup Cans

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Andy Warhol Banana Andy's Banana has become a universally known  symbol of Warhol, the pathfinder for American Pop Art. As Warhol expected, the picture of the banana, with its sexually hidden meaning, gained national awareness for The Velvet Underground, enduring the eminence of their collaboration with the productive Warhol.

32.6 cm x 32.6 cm, 1967

Andy Warhol's Banana

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“Art is anything you can get away with.” “The idea is not to live forever; it is to create something that will.”

Famous Quotes by  Andy Warhol

Silkscreen, paper, 1968

Marilyn Monroe

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Silkscreen, 3 x 3 m, 1986


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Benz Racing Car

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