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Andy Warhol e-book
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ISBN: 978-0-7892-6015-4
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The first complete monograph on Andy Warhol to be available in digital form


Carter Ratcliff's noted account of Andy Warhol's life and career, published in print form as part of Abbeville's celebrated Modern Masters series, is now available as an e-book.

With a keen critical intelligence, Ratcliff traces Warhol's rise from commercial artist to world-famous painter and proprietor of the notorious Factory. This Andy Warhol e-book displays over one hundred of Warhol's works in full color, among them the whimsical early drawings of the 50s, the ubiquitous Pop images of the 60s, and the endlessly experimental prints and paintings of the 70s and 80s.

The full apparatus includes notes on technique, artist's statements, and a useful chronology. Readers can navigate seamlessly between text and illustrations with easy-to-use links and multiple viewing options.

Contents:

Introduction
1. Pre-Pop
2. Pop
3. Post-Pop
Artist's Statements
Notes on Technique
Chronology
Exhibitions
Public Collections
Selected Bibliography
Index of Works

Carter Ratcliff is an art critic and poet who has written several books on modern and contemporary art. He is a longtime contributing editor of Art in America.

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