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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.
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Hardcover. 320 pages. By Tony Shafrazi, Carter Ratcliffe, and Robert Rosenblum.
W 9.88” H 11.38”
Founded in Vienna in 1923, Phaidon is one of the world’s leading publishers of books on the visual arts. The worldwide company has collaborated with some of the most creative artists, architects, designers, photographers and chefs of the 20th and 21st centuries. More than coffee table decor, its lavishly illustrated tomes are objects of continual discussion.