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Andy Warhol / The Statue of Liberty, 1986

Sotheby's Celebrates Andy Warhol, the Preeminent Pop Master on Sotheby's Blog

Andy Warhol photographed at The Factory, the artist's New York City studio, in in 1965 by Nat Finkelstein. Finkelstein was The Factory's house...

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Warhol, Picasso And Richter Top-Selling Artists For 2012

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Andy Warhol - Statue Of Liberty


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Andy Warhol making a serigraphy of Marlon Brando-click to go to page with full video

Vídeo muestra a Andy Warhol creando una serigrafía de Marlon Brando

El artista plástico y cineasta Andy Warhol, uno de los padres y participante activo en el desarrollo del Arte Pop, aparece en un vídeo, propiedad del SFMOMA (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art), creando una de sus obras. El vídeo no es muy extenso, solo un minuto y dos segundos, en los que se ve a Warhol junto a otro hombre creando una serigrafía del famoso actor Marlon Brando. A continuación tienen el vídeo (tarda unos segundos en aparecer debido al servicio que muestra el mismo, deben de…

This piece was created in 1986, and was one of Andy Warhol’s last. It is now part of the private collection of Mr. and Mrs. Graham Gund. Last year, Warhol’s “Statue of Liberty” piece was displayed in public at the War and Discontent exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Warhol’s work, of course, was known for its interpretation of popular icons to convey a message and his trademark use of acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas.

Artistic Liberties: 15 Faces of the Statue of Lady Liberty

Lady liberty has lent her visage to countless artists. And to each, the Statue of Liberty has been a source of artistic expression for the individual and for popular culture.

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ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987) James Dean black marker pen on paper 13¾ x 23¼ in. (35 x 59.1 cm.) Drawn circa 1985.

Andy Warhol, Statue of Liberty, 1962. © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc./Artists Rights Society (ARS)

From Warhol to Miró: The Top-Selling Artists of 2012

Andy Warhol is still a superstar; Pablo Picasso remains a household name; and Jean-Michel Basquiat will forever be a creative rebel without a cause., the online art site whose price data…

Andy Warhol and members of the Factory (Gregory Markopoulos, Taylor Mead, Gerard Malanga & Jack Smith), 1963 © Dennis Hopper

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This and That and More of the Same: "Andy Warhol's Factory People"  Andy Warhol  #Factory #Warhol

"Andy Warhol's Factory People"

The three hour film, “Andy Warhol’s FACTORY PEOPLE”, tells the story of the 60’s Silver Factory that Andy founded in 1964 in an abandoned hat factory on East 47th Street in New York City. The Silver Factory lasted until 1968 when Andy gave up the lease and moved to the White Factory on Union Square. Shortly after moving in the Spring of ’68 Andy was shot by Valerie Solanas and this event bookends the period of time covered in “Factory People”. The idea of the film is to tell the real story…