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Andy Warhol

Monkey, 1983

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This fantastic museum art print is of a bright Pop Art classic by Andy Warhol. The original work was created in 1983 after art dealer Bruno Bischofberger asked Warhol to create a series of paintings for children. Warhol was inspired by his personal collection and created a fantastic body of work depicting children,s toys titled the Toy Paintings,. For his 1983 Paintings for Children, exhibition in Zurich, adults had to squat down to look at the canvases which were hung at eye level for three-to five year-old children. An entry fee was charged for adults not accompanied by a child under six, the money going to a children,s charity.

About The Artist - Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol is probably the most famous member of the Pop Art movement. Virtually any image that was in the public domain was a prime target for the Warhol treatment, from superstars such as Marilyn Monroe to everyday objects such as Campbell's Soup Cans. He turned out his works like a manufacturer, going as far as naming his studio 'The Factory'.

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