Pop Art

Pop Art arose in the mid-1950s as a challenge to the rigid perceptions of Fine Art, embracing appropriation, mass production, and kitsch. Rather than explicitly glorifying or condemning mass media, Pop artists emphasize the ubiquity and immediacy of commercial iconography in works that often incorporate irony, bold colors, and flat imagery.

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Andy Warhol
Wayne Gretzky F&S. II.306
1984
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Andy Warhol
Kiku F&S. II.307
1983
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Andy Warhol
Ingrid Bergman (herself) F&S. II.313
1983
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Andy Warhol
Birth of Venus, F&S.II.316
1984
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Andy Warhol
Queen Elizabeth
1985
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Andy Warhol
Neuschwanstein F&S. II.372
1987
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Andy Warhol
Sitting Bull F&S. IIIA.70
1986
Andy Warhol
Satyric Festival Song F&S. II.387
1986
Andy Warhol
Unique Satyric Festival Song
1986
Andy Warhol
Lamentation F&S. II.388
1986
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Andy Warhol
Annie Oakley
1986
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Andy Warhol
Black Lenin F&S. II.402
1987
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