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
Howdy Doody (TP) (II.263)
1981
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Andy Warhol
Marilyn (II.26)
1967
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Andy Warhol
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands Royal Edition FS II340
1985
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Andy Warhol
Campbells Soup II: Chicken N Dumplings (FS II58)
1969
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Andy Warhol
Mick Jagger, Black (FS II144)
1975
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Andy Warhol
John Gotti (Suite)
1986
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Andy Warhol
Saint Apollonia FS II.331
1984
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Andy Warhol
New York Post (Judge Blasts Lynch) (F. & S. IIIA.46)
1983
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Andy Warhol
Cow FS II12A
1981
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Takashi Murakami
Untitled (DOB Balloon study)
1995
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Andy Warhol
Campbell’s Soup Can on T-Shirt
1981
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