Pick out the Andy Warhol Biography

warhol artA multifaceted Character, Andrew Warhol, popularly known as Andy Warhol, started his career as an advertising illustrator after finishing a Bachelors’ Degree in Fine Arts from Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh. Produced in Pittsburg to parents of Slovakian origin, Andy Warhol suffered from learning disability during his youth. At the tender age of eight he suffered from the deadly disease of chorea that affected his nervous system and affected his skin, an illness that bothered him for the rest of his life. Regardless of these impediments, Andy fared well in his academics and later in his career that spanned from an artist, to a writer and a filmmaker. Andy’s career as a Commercial artist working in New York was a powerful one but his quest for attaining fame because of his ability as an artist that he drifted into taking up painting. The exhibitions he showed up them with gained immense attraction by art lovers.

He planned to popularize paintings and introduced a culture of pop painting. Andy afterwards set up the ‘Factory’ where he built a conglomerate of artists and illustrators who might do the job for him to create more of his paintings. The Factory became a popular title and has been frequented by many persons of eminence. Andy went to the extent of earning screen prints of paintings. That received severe criticism from many quarters. His creativity ran Boisterous when he started to tread to a pervert domain, when he began making pornographic movies and erotic paintings. Some of them like including Blow Job, Lonesome Cowboy and Chelsea Girls are thought to be underground classics. While Factory provided andy warhol endangered species him with a platform to elevate it brought him near his death. He was shot by Valerie Solaris, a member of his, who flipped antagonist on a trivial issue. This gunshot was closing serious. It was astonishing that Andy survived. He underwent lengthy surgical treatment and made a return but the consequence of the dreadful act left a negative impact both on his life and imagination.

Andy Warhol died of a Massive heart attack in 1987 on February 22 while experiencing a normal gall bladder surgery. His art and the philosophy of his saying has left behind plenty of creative layouts both famous and infamous, but un-ignorable nonetheless. Display of his woks in The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania stands testimony of the creative excellence of the renowned public figure of recent times. ‘The Shot Marilyn’s’ is still another celebrated work by the artist from 1964. It depicts four square canvases of Monroe, with every picture of her exhibited with a bullet shot in her head. An interesting story is connected with them. Apparently after Warhol finished up them, he took them to his studio ‘The Factory’. There Dorothy Ponder, a friend, asked Warhol if she could take them.

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