Andy Warhol ‘Four Marilyns’, 1962



“She is a paragon of feminine beauty and a stand-in for the hopes and dream that Warhol had for his own career.” – Zach Miner, Head of Contemporary Art Evening Sale

On 16 May 2013, Phillips will present Andy Warhol’s masterpiece, Four Marilyns, 1962 in the Contemporary Art Evening auction. Zach Miner discusses this icon of Pop Art and of American Art, which embodies the essence of Warhol’s singular vision of beauty. Though Andy and Marilyn never met, he immortalized her with the creation of his most important portrait, an enduring icon where artist and muse are united as one: star, myth and legend.

More: http://www.phillips.com/detail/ANDY-WARHOL/NY010313/23

Produced by Phillips (2013)
Camera: Matt Kroening
Editor: Matt Kroening
Title Design: Fernando Dias de Souza
Producer: Megan Newcome

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How to Paint A Pop Art Pet- Part I



Pop Art Painting is a fun, vibrant way to paint! In this video, I show you two of the four ways that I paint pop art style in my pet portraits.

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AMERICAN ART IN THE 1960s [trailer]



AMERICAN ART IN THE 1960s
a film by Michael Blackwood
(1972, 57 minutes, color)

Website:
http://www.michaelblackwoodproductions.com/arts_americanartsinthesixties.php

With the participation of:
Carl Andre, John Cage, Dan Flavin, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, Robert Irwin, Jasper Johns, Donald Judd, Ellsworth Kelly, Edward Kienholz, Roy Lichtenstein, Morris Louis, Robert Morris, Ken Noland, Claes Oldenburg, Jules Olitski, Robert Rauschenberg, Larry Rivers, Ed Ruscha, George Segal, Frank Stella, Andy Warhol, and critic Clement Greenberg

Narration by Barbara Rose

During this critical decade in American life, artists built on the styles of the 1950s. An explosion of artistic energy produced Pop Art, Minimalism, color-field painting, and hard-edged abstraction. Sculptors and painters on both coasts explored new methods and new subject matter. American Art in the Sixties examines the key figures of that decade including Rauschenberg and Johns, two crucial transitional figures between Abstract Expressionism and the sensibilities of the new decade. The art of that time mirrors the optimism and the affluence, and the technology and the vulgarity of those boom years.

© Michael Blackwood Productions 2011
All Rights Reserved

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” POP ART – ON THE MAP ” ANDY WARHOL BY PABLO CAVIEDES



Inspired by the phenomenon of immigration and its impact on the development of the United States. I chose Andy Warhol and his powerful influence on the Pop art movement in America and the world pop culture in general as the topic of my animation. Warhol´s working class parents came from Slovakia to live in America around 1920´s and settled in a poor neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Like many other immigrants they faced challenges of adjusting to life in the foreign country. In spite of the economic and cultural hardships Warhol became an icon of American Identity.

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How to Paint a Pop Art Pet Portrait – Part II



Pop art painting is a fun and vibrant method to paint your adorable furbabies! In this demonstration, I’ll show you how to paint a pet in monochromatic style.

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