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With a debt owed to Dadaism and maybe even the deadpan bliss of Buster Keaton, Andy Warhol shocked the art world with the introduction of his Factory-made screen prints. Using found or commercial imagery and allowing others to produce his prints, Warhol worked to subtract personality from his paintings and prints, crafting his own utterly original persona via that very lack. For Warhol, creating such art equated to a sincere dialogue with consumer culture. After all, if commercial art is hollow, to wear a lack of substance on your sleeve means you’re finally being honest.
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Reproduction print of Detail of The Last Supper, ca. 1986 by Andy Warhol. Unframed.
W 30” H 24”
Andy Warhol (1928-1987) was an American Pop artist who created paintings, screenprints, films, and more, all of which bridged the gap between fine arts and the commercial world. In love with celebrity, image, and popular culture, the timelessness and universality of Warhol's work continues to have a profound influence on all aspects of our culture.