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A brief introduction to Pop Art

A brief introduction to Pop Art

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  • 1. Pop Art What is it ??!!! Pop Art is a 20th century art movement that utilized the imagery and techniques of consumerism and pop ular culture. It often includes images of mass media, advertising Comics or consumer products. L.Johnson www.artroomonline.com
  • 2. Andy Warhol (1928-1987) "Everything is beautiful. Pop is everything." - Andy Warhol
  • 3. "I was looking for something that was the essence of nothing, and the soup can was it," - Andy Warhol Campbell’s Tomato Soup, 1962, oil on canvas
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  • 6. Gold Marilyn Monroe . 1962. Silkscreen
  • 7. Andy Warhol : Green Marilyn  C.1964 Turquoise Marilyn, 1964
  • 8. Andy Warhol : Green Marilyn  C.1964
  • 9. Andy Warhol : Green Marilyn  C.1964                                                            Andy Warhol, Marilyn Monroe, 1967
  • 10. Mao, 1973, silkscreened acrylic on canvas
  • 11. 16 Jackies
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  • 17. "You use a glass mirror to see your face; you use works of art to see your soul." - George Bernard Shaw
  • 18. Roy Lichenstein (1923-97) Mimicked the commercialized consumer driven culture of everyday life, producing art which appeared to be machine made, another reflection of a commercialized way of life.
  • 19. Forget It! Forget Me!, 1962. Oil and magna on canvas Brandeis University- Waltham
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  • 21. BLAM, 1961, oil on canvas
  • 22. Cape Cod Still Life, 1972, oil on canvas
  • 23. Thinking of Him, 1963, magna on canvas
  • 24. Drowning Girl 1963