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Pre-Pop Warhol. Remembering Andy: An Introduction by Tina S. Fredericks.
by (Warhol, Andy) Kornbluth, Jesse.

Publisher Information:
Panache Press, New York: 1988.

A Fine tight unread copy in Near Fine cardboard covers as issued with a touch of wear to the extremities. This volume provides a look at Warhol's early life and work and is fully illustrated with numerous plates including 79 in color. This handsome book recalls Warhol's fleeting and repetitive style. Tina S. Fredericks offers a friendly recollection of Warhol in 1949, new to New York and as full of eccentricities as we might expect. She then takes us on a compact journey of her contacts with Warhol over the next four decades. Tucked in with these observations is Kornbluth's essay, which displays an artist breezing to success in the world of fashion, advertising, and magazine illustration. Kornbluth delivers enticing tidbits of Warhol's economic situation and social life as well. True to the Pop Warhol, the art shown here was often colored, copied, and completed by the artist's employees, but these shoes, cats, birds, and brisk portraits remain Warhol's.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
ISBN: 0394570154
Book Id: 21745

Price: $200.00

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