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Andy Warhol: Pop Art Painter

by Susan Goldman Rubin

Published by Abrams, 2006
48 pages
ISBN: 9780810954779

Age 10 and older

An eye-popping look at the art of Andy Warhol focuses on his early work as a commercial artist and on his paintings and prints, which author Susan Goldman Rubin finds his “strongest and most exciting work.” Rubin’s approach offers an engaging discussion of Warhol’s art that is wholly accessible to older children and teens, making this a terrific introduction to the artist. The details she shares about Warhol’s life relate directly to his development as graphic artist, painter, and printmaker. The bold design includes brightly colored pages that coordinate with other visual elements on each page spread, from enlarged quotes to photographs and numerous reproductions of Warhol’s works in this captivating, visually dynamic volume.  © Cooperative Children's Book Center


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