To the general public, Andy Warhol is known as a painter of famous faces—from Liz and Marilyn and Jackie and Marlon, to his own ever-changing self-portrait. Lesser known are the portraits he made throughout his career of socialites, art dealers, collectors, politicians, and a variety of contemporary cult figures, mostly commissioned work that helped finance Warhol's many other artistic activities. Now available in paperback, this book is the first to provide a comprehensive overview of Warhol's many popular and obscure portraits.
Hardcover. 320 pages. By Tony Shafrazi, Carter Ratcliffe, and Robert Rosenblum.