Visual art movement in Great Britain and U.S (1950s), refers to attitudes
Alex Katz (general)
Painter, sculptor, prints, perfectionist (hate piece = destroy)
Alex Katz attended?
Skowhegan School of Painting and Cooper Union in NY
"Dog at Duck Trap"
"Boy with Branch"
"Large Head of Vincent"
Andy Warhol (general)
commercial illustrator, avant-garde filmmaker, $1,000,000 for "Eight Elvises"
Andy Warhol's famous quote?
"All have our 15 minutes of fame"
"Cambell Soup Box" and just the "Soup"
"100 Coke Bottles" and "100 Soup"
Andy Warhol (50)
Eduardo Paolozzi (general)
Scottish but Italian name, imagination and fantasy
Eduardo Paolozzi (1st to have POP, collage part of "Bunk")
"I Was a Rich Man's Plaything"
Eduardo Paolozzi (inspired by William Blake, sculpture)
Newton, after William Blake
Eduardo Paolozzi (sculpture)
Head of Invention
Jasper John (general)
Intaglio prints (resize, paint, push down), lithographs, encaustic (wax)
Jasper John's topics include?
Flags, maps, targets, letters and numbers
Jasper John ($20,000,000)
Roy Lichtenstein (general)
Cartoonist 1st, oil, magna paint (best), and benday dots, topics = comic/populars
Names after Benjamin Day, printing process, example = comics
Roy Lichtenstein (DC Comics Secret Love #83)
Tom Wesselmann (general)
Member of Judson Gallery, find art collages
"Still Life #20", "Still Life #17" and "Still Life #24"
Wayne Thiebaud's topics?
Cakes, pastries, boots, toilets, toys and lipstick
"Cakes" and "Pies Pies Pies"
"Down 18th Street" and "Towards 280"
Large replica or soft sculptures
"Lipstick (Ascending) on Caterpillar Tracks"
"Spoonbridge with Cherries"
Claes Olderburg (birdie)