Andy Warhol : Pop Art Painter
Susan Goldman Rubin
ISBN: 9780810954779
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48 pages
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After attending art school in Pittsburgh, Warhol started a career as a commercial artist in New York, and quickly won acclaim for his creative advertisements. When he turned to "real" painting, he used his background in commercial illustration and blurred the line between high and low art. Some critics have said that Warhol's pictures of Campbell's soup cans and Coca-Cola bottles represent American life. But Warhol said, "I just paint those objects in my paintings because those are the things I know best. I think of myself as an American artist." Warhol's unique images will appeal to young readers, and inspire them to see the world around them in new ways.
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When celebrated author Susan Rubin is let loose in The Museum of Contemporary Art's world-renowned permanent collection, she discovers that rules were meant to be broken-by artists. Breaking the Rules: What is Contemporary Art? presents a captivating introduction for youthful audiences to twenty-five contemporary artists who demonstrate that art can be thought provoking, electrifying, lovable, fantastic, eerie, mischievous, gravity-defying, and more.
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