Andy Warhol

"Andy Warhol" 1970 CRONE, Rainer

CRONE, Rainer

[332] pp.

w/ 649 lots

Praeger Publishers


11 1/4" x 9"

In this major reassessment, young art historian Rainer Crone redefines Warhol's position in the current scene, avoiding such overworked classifications as 'pop' and 'anti-art,' and analyzes his works as personal visions of reality ... Crone's incisive critical comments are supplemented by the most comprehensive catalogue of Warhol's works ever attempted: 650 paintings, prints, and objects are fully documented, identified by title, subject, size, and, often, by color. More than 325 illustrations, in color and black-and-white, provide an exhaustive visual record of the Warhol output; a filmography and an extensive bibliography of over 600 entries, including interviews with Warhol and his major exhibitions, furnish a nucleus of reference material that will be invaluable to students, scholars, and critics, as well as to more casual observers of the art scene.

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