Paintings by andy warhol
By: Devyn Connaughty
The lines are vertical, the form has width and height, and the shape is positive and negative. Primary and secondary colors. Silkscreen ink on synthetic polymer paint. Andy Warhol is the subject.
Silkscreening the newspaper picture onto a canvas with synthetic orange paint. It is 3 dimensional because it was an actual picture of a car crash. There is negative space in the last square.
Acrylic and silkscreen ink on a canvas. Mother and daughter from sideview. Negative space in background where the focus is on the subject.
Martha Graham, a well known dancer, is the subject. Andy took the photograph and displayed pink hues. Lines are very colorful and shows the movement in her dress.
This is a copy of Warhol's painting, therefore is is paper considering it is a magazine cover. The subject is Michael Jackson. The lines are different shades of pink, blue, and purple.
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LIFE Photo Collection
Galleria Civica di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea Torino
Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance
Museo Carlo Bilotti
Detroit Institute of Arts
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