Frequently hailed as the greatest star of all time, Elizabeth Taylor was a friend of Andy Warhol in the ’70s and ’80s. The personification of charisma, whose highly public life was charged with drama, tragedy, and romance, this iconic actress was a perfect vehicle for Warhol’s vivid silk-screen portraiture. Warhol made over fifty portraits of Taylor in all her incarnations—from the beautiful child actress in National Velvet to the commanding screen goddess of Cleopatra. Andy Warhol: Liz sheds light on the relationship between Warhol and one of his most notorious muses.
Hardcover. 120 pages.