Warhol popart. Velvet Underground album cover, The banana itself is, of course, the handiwork of Andy Warhol, who crafted the image and slapped it on the cover of his pet band's first record in 1967. A silkscreen print. There are bold outlines to the banana with black shading.
Campbell's soup, A silkscreen print, a lot of people did not class this as art. Warhol proved them wrong. Created during the year that Pop Art emerged as the major new artistic movement, two of his soup can paintings were included in the landmark Sidney Janis Gallery exhibition, ‘The New Realists’. This is the use of repetition in one of it's best forms. The work is plain & simple.This was at the start of the popart revolution. A very simple yet good work it certainly attracts your…
Warhol popart Ingrid Bergman. Silkscreen print of Ingrid Bergman by Andy Warhol - Andy Warhol's stunning images of Academy Award winning actress Ingrid Bergman, were created by Warhol at the request of a Swedish art gallery in the 1980's. Andy Warhol's Ingrid Bergman portfolio was printed in 1983 by Rupert Jason Smith in New York and published by Galerie Borjeson, Malmo, Sweden. This is trademark Warhol in style, lots of bright colours. Very eyecatching work.
Warhol popart style Coke Cola silkscreen print. Andy Warhol made art available to the everyday man and everybody understood it. Coca-Cola paintings represented democratic equality. This is a Warhol style image, but I think it is very good & portrays his style well.