Andy Warhol- From Marilyn Green 1967, 60 x 60cm
Andy Warhol pays tribute to Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe in this vivid piece.
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Andy Warhol was born in the U.S in 1928 and after a successful career as a commercial illustrator he became a renowned and sometimes controversial artist. He is regarded as one of the leading figures of the pop art movement and achieved a celebrity status beyond anything previously seen in the art world.
In works that plundered the world of advertising, pop culture and celebrity, Warhol offered up iconic images in a comment on the banality of mass consumer culture – work that ironically made him famous in his own right.
Working from his ‘Factory’ headquarters, Warhol cemented his lofty status by producing a huge variety of the art including drawings, screen-prints, paintings, photographs, films and installations. Andy Warhol died in 1987, after somewhat over-extending his allotted 15 minutes of fame.
- Andy Warhol
- Art Movement
- Pop Art
- 60 x 60cm
- Eligible for International Delivery
- Pop Art
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