Tate, Andy Warhol- From Marilyn Green 1967, 60 x 60cm
Warhol pays tribute to Hollywood legend, Marilyn Monroe in this vivid piece.
An American painter, film-maker and author, Andy Warhol was born in Pittsburgh. He studied pictorial design at the Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh from 1945 to 1949. After completeing his studies, he moved to New York and worked as a commercial artist and was awarded the Art Directors' Club Medal for his shoe advertisements in 1957. He held his first one-man exhibition of drawings at the Hugo Gallery, New York, in 1952, and published 6 books of reproductions of his own drawings from 1954-9. His interest in American popular art and culture is evident in his paintings and silkscreens dating from 1960, which include portraits of Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Elvis Presley, Jackie Kennedy, and later also car crashes, the electric chair, flowers.
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- Andy Warhol
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