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Andy Warhol was such a prolific artist, it would be impossible to present his work as a coherent whole in one website. This page aims to present some of the artist's print work as a basis for further study, and in no way aims to be complete. In fact, I encourage you - go out and study him further!! I have also dedicated a page to books and movies as a guide for further study.

After his success as a commercial artist in the fifties, Andy's work can be largely summarized according to its decade. He began his infamous Pop Art series in the sixties. As the seventies unfolded, he became a pop cultural icon himself and his art became appropriately focused on portraying the glamorous and the famous. The eighties saw a great expansion of his work, partly due to an increase in requests from dealers and collaborations with other artists. Among these artists were Jean-Michel Basquiat and Francesco Clemente.

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Andy began collecting anything and everything he found interesting. He saved comic strips, advertisements, china and cutlery he stole from restaurants, and even things like dead copper batteries and old electric bills. To Andy, everything could be of value someday. Andy was so notorious for his collecting enthusiasm, that Salvador Dali gave him a large bag full of rubbish left over from his studio as a gift.

Andy did his first serial work with Campbell's soup cans in 1961 and continued to paint popular culture images, including Martinson's coffee cans, Coca-Cola bottles, dollar bills, Marilyn Munroe and Elvis. He began copying these images even more quickly when he began silk-screening. This also further contributed to the idea of mass production in his paintings.

The Andy Warhol Online Image Gallery.
Click on any link to learn about each painting.

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"At the end of my time, when I die, I don't want to leave any leftovers."
- Andy Warhol

Also see on Pop Art as a movement.

 


Andy Warhol Posters * Biography * The Artist * Social Life * Pre-Pop Warhol
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