Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol

1928 - 1987

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The idea of America is very much at the center of Andy Warhol’s iconic 20th century artistry. He entered the art world through his commercial work, with a clear artistic interest in American consumer goods, celebrities, and advertising. He quickly developed an extensive collection of work inspired by these interests and established himself firmly as a leader in the pop art movement. His most famous works focused on Marilyn Monroe, Campbell’s Soup cans, and Coca Cola – mainstays of American consumer life in the early 1960’s. By embracing the advertising and mass media worlds that many artists recoiled at, Warhol was able to cultivate a massive following and left a lasting impression on the art world.

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