• The Founder Of Pop Art Andy Warhol
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    The Founder of Pop Art: Andy Warhol Andy Warhol is the god father of Pop Art. His window advertisements were the beginning of an era where art would be seen in an array of forms away from the traditional paintings and sculptures of the old world. His love of bright colors and bold patters along with his quirky personality paved the way for his successful career as a major figure in the pop art movement. Warhol was born in 1930, in the town of McKeesport, Pennsylvania. His parents were Czech immi...
  • Pop Art Warhol Andy Artist
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    I am going to do my personal study on Andy Warhol one of the most influential artist on the Pop Art movement. I hope to produce a realistic and correct account of his life and will be investigating his obsession with fame and money and whether he was in the art world for the money. No other artist is as much identified with Pop Art as Andy Warhol. The media called him the Prince of Pop. Warhol made his way from a Pittsburgh working class family to an American legend. Andy Warhol the American art...
  • Pop Art Warhol Work Culture
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    Kings County, Calif. West Hills Community College POP ART Art Appreciation 52 CONTENTS. POP ART 4 II. ANDY WARHOL 5 III. DAVID HOCKNEY 7 LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS 1. Illustration 1: Roy Lichtenstein, Wham m! , Cover 2. Illustration 2: Andy Warhol, Campbell Soup Can 63. Illustration 3 David Hockney, A Bigger Splash 7 POP ART Art in which everyday objects and subjects are depicted with the flat naturalism of advertising or comic strips. 1. Pop Art, visual arts movement of the 1950 s and 1960 s, princ...
  • Andy Warhol Art Pittsburgh Time
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    Andy Warhol by Brandon Noll Andy Warhol was thought to be born around 1929 to 1930 near Pittsburgh to Czech immigrant parents. His real name was Andrew Warhol. He was an American painter and filmmaker who was a leader during the pop art movement. Other artists during his time were Ros quest and Lichtenstein. The greatest influences on his work were his mother and comic books. By some art experts he is considered to being one of the most controversial artists of all time. He is considered that b...
  • Andy Warhol Soup Art Cans
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    andy warhol 1948 Self portrait, He paints himself anyway he wants. Never like his nose. Before and after Lady with nose from big to small Plane crash 129 die in jet- idea of celeb erty-1962 He is all about his money, one of the most important things in his life, that and fame Bullet shots He urinated on this painting, looks 3 d Myths Mickey. And other characters. Spectrum from right to left good to bad Soup warhol contradiction. Soup represented good American people. He represented the opposite...
  • Andy Warhol's Impact On Art
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    Page 1 Andrew Warhola was born August Sixth, 1928, in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. He was the youngest son of Julie and Andrej Warhola, both immigrants from Czechoslovakia. After a quiet childhood spent alternately alone and in art classes, Andrew went to college. He then got a job doing commercial art, largely advertisements for large companies. Over time his name was shortened and Andy Warhol changed the face of modern art. Through his silver lined Factory and the many people who frequented it a ...
  • Pop Art One War Warhol
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    In the early 1950's many things had and where just about to begin. The war had just finished and the world of art was opening new forms such as dada and pop art. There was also people staring to experiment with drugs, rock and roll and sex, all helping them express themselves in there art and writing, such as the beatniks. The likes of Marcel Duchamp and how the politics and anger of world war one became the base on a movement called DADA. Then Pop art and Andy Warhol not to think about this ma...
  • Andy Warhol Images That Are Part
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    The Pop Arts' movement began in the late 50's and early 60's. Dubbed, the founding father of the movement, Andy Warhol brought forward society's obsession with mass culture and allowed it to become the subject of art itself. Using many techniques such as isolation, repetition and colour placement, Warhol brought to the world of art his views on materialism, politics, economics and the media. Andy was quick to warn his admirers and critics, 'do not look any deeper than the surface of my art and m...
  • Andy Warhol York Art Soup
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    Andy Warhol 1928-1987 Born-Forest City, Pennsylvania Andy Warhol was born in 1928 in Forest City, Pennsylvania. He attended Sc henley High School in Pittsburgh until 1945 when he moved on to college. After graduating from the Carnegie Institute of Technology, now Carnegie-Mellon University, in June of 1949, Andy Warhol moved to New York City. In New York, he met Tina Fredericks, art editor for Glamour Magazine. She led him to his early jobs such as doing drawings for Glamour and women's shoes. H...
  • Andy Warhol Art Andrew Culture
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    It is rare for an artist to become a celebrity, but Andy Warhol experienced much more than his "fifteen minutes of fame", and became an icon of his generation. Andrew Warhola was born August Sixth, 1928, in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. He was the youngest son of Julie and Andrej Warhola, both immigrants from Czechoslovakia. In Fifth grade Andrew started attending the free Saturday classes that the Carnegie Institute taught. It is noted that even then young Andrew excelled at his art. Due to the bull...
  • Andy Warhol Art Work Factory
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    The first superstar of American art, Andy Warhol was obsessed with fame, glamour, and money. He is best known for his images of stars and celebrities and for his reproductions of symbols of the American society. Andrew Warhola's (he later dropped the "a") birth date is uncertain, Andy said himself that his birth certificate had been forged and June 6, 1928 became the date taken as his birthday. Others say he was born December 6, 1930 and then others say it was August 6, 1928. Andy was very myste...
  • Andy Warhol Plagens 1732
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    ever before have I encountered more intriguing works of art than those done by Andy Warhol. I have been curious about his life ever since I saw his work in Milwaukee. I saw his famous work of the Campbell's Soup Can. By viewing this, one can tell he is not your average artist. I'm sure his life is full of interesting events that shaped him into who he was. As an artist myself, I would like to get to know the background of his life. I may then be able to appreciate his styles and understand why ...
  • Andy Warhol Images Art Work
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    Every day we are bombarded with Images we receive from television, movies, billboards and photography. It is impossible to pay equal attention to all of it so we tend to skim. The images that we remember are the ones that are simple, clear and repetitious. This overabundance of images is called celebrity, which replaces the Renaissance idea of fame. Fame was the reward for visible deeds, a social agreement about what was worth doing. Today, the celebrity is the famous image of a person or famous...
  • How Did Pop Art Challenge Beleifs In Consumerism
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    How did Pop Art challenge beliefs about consumerism Discuss with reference to two artists. Introduction: In order to discuss pop art I have chosen to examine the work and to some extent lives of Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol who were two of the main forces behind the American movement. I intend to reflect the attitudes of the public and artists in America at this time, while examining the growing popularity of pop art from its rocky, abstract expressionist start in the 1950 s through the heig...
  • Whitleys Painting Artist Lautrec Brassai
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    I have chosen to compare and contrast the different representations of the female form by researching artists Andy Warhol who is known for his pop art, Brett Whitley who is known to be more romantic, Gyula Hal " asz Brassai who was a photographer and Henri de Toulouse Lautrec who was a painter. One focal point which links all these artist together is there different perspective on women and the female form, also the way they express it. I plan to compare the different eras, from the 1800 s to th...
  • Pop Art A New Art Movement
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    POP ART: A NEW ART MOVEMENT Pop Art is an art movement that appeared in the fifties as a reaction against "Abstract Expressionism" (considered as an accepted style). It referred to some artists' interest in the images of mass media, advertising, comics, and consumer products. Pop Art brought art back to materiality and popular culture as it eliminated the difference between good and bad taste, and fine art and commercial art techniques (Pop Art 07/12/2002). Lawrence Alloway first used the term P...
  • Andy Warhol 8211 York Born
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    Andy Warhol Biography The American artist and filmmaker Andy Warhol was born Andrew Warhol in 1928. There has for years been quite a bit of confusion to the exact place and time he was born, but according to Andy s two older brothers and the birth certificate that was filed in Pittsburgh in 1945, he was born on August 6 th in Pittsburgh. Whether or not this is the day he was born hasn t been proved, but it was on this date which he celebrated his birthday. He is considered a founder and major fi...
  • Andy Warhol Art Pop Image
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    Andy Warhol was born in 1928 in Pittsburgh to immigrant parents of (Ruthenian) Czechoslovakian stock. He was best known as being one of America's best artists and filmmakers, also an initiator and leading icon of the Pop art movement of the 1960 s. As a self-publicist, he projected a concept of the artist as an impersonal figure who is nevertheless a successful celebrity, businessman, and social climber... this type of work was new and innovative. Warhol graduated from the Carnegie Institute of ...
  • Andy Warhol Mick Jagger
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    Andy Andy Warhol Andy Warhol Andy Warhol was considered a legend during his lifetime, as he brought thought to the everyday gossip and concepts of life. He was born in Pennsylvania in 1928 and studied at Carnegie Institute of Technology. After receiving his bachelor in fine arts he moved to New York City to become a commercial artist. In New York City he did work for the magazines Harper s Bazaar and Vogue. As he entered into the New York culture scene he began painting celebrity portraits. His ...
  • Andy Warhol Father Of Pop
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    Andy Warhol: The Father of Pop Art Andy Warhol has spewed forth in many examples of the modern style that is known as "Pop art,' in various mediums -spanning from silkscreen to a cable network. Not only has Warhol greatly contributed to this revolutionary style, but also in many ways, he has created it. Andy Warhol's style was certainly part of the select first that were even labeled as "Pop.' Warhol had also used the media, which captured his eccentricities, to his advantage and that aided in p...