This is Warhol

By Catherine Ingram, Illustrated by Andrew Rae

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  • Hardback
  • 50 illustrations
  • 80 pages
  • 9 x 6¾ ins
  • ISBN 9781780670140
  • Published April 2014

Andy Warhol, the iconic Pop artist, presented himself as the vacuous, dumb kid, famously saying, “If you want to know all about Andy Warhol, just look at the surface of my paintings … and there I am. There's nothing behind it." This book penetrates the surface and explores Warhol’s art from his beginnings as a commercial artist to his apotheosis as a society portrait painter. Vivid illustrations reveal Andy’s worlds: his childhood in Pittsburgh, his chaotic Manhattan mansion, and the Silver Factory, where New York’s bright new things hung out and had fun.

Series writer Catherine Ingram brings her extensive knowledge to the book, while specially commissioned illustrations by Andrew Rae vividly portray the text.

About the Author

Catherine Ingram is a freelance art historian. She obtained First Class Honours at Glasgow University as a Honeyman scholar. After an MA in 19th-Century Art at the Courtauld Institute of Art, Catherine received her D.Phil. Catherine has taught on the MA course at Christie’s, lectured at Imperial College, as well as run courses at the Tate Gallery. She was a personal assistant at South London Gallery. She lives with her family in London.

Andrew Rae is an illustrator and member of the illustration collective Peepshow. He studied at Brighton University and has worked for many clients worldwide in advertising, print, publishing and animation. He currently lives and works in London.

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The Chimneys of Pittsburgh
Julia
The Cocoon
The Reality of the Icon
A Commercial Start in Art
School Life
Carnegie Art Tech 1945–1949
New York
Commercial Work
1342 Lexington Avenue
The Serious Side of Art
Pop Art
The Electronic Revolution
A First Pop
Pop in a Brand
Warhol is Rebranded
Copycats
Machine Art
Hollywood
Framing the Marilyn Moment
Living in the Detail
Bullet Marilyns
Death and Disaster Series
Silver Factory, 1964–68, 231 East 47th Street
The Scene
The Instant Portrait
Warhol's Films
Out of the Frame: Silver Clouds, 1966
The Pied Piper
Vacating the Silver Factory
Warhol is Shot
The Motive is SCUM
Narcissistic Seventies
Andy Warhol Enterprises
Lunches at the Office
"Parties, Parties, Parties, all Winter, all Spring, all Night"
The CELEB Mag: Interview
The Portrait Business
Andy's Mao
A Private World for Warhol
The Time Capsules
Warhol Talks
Death Revisited
Momentos Mori
Church Boy
Last Days

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