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Andy, 1928–87, U.S. artist.
Contemporary Examples

Warhol’s “Silver Car Crash” sold for $104.5 million last night at Sotheby’s in New York, which was either too little, or too much.
Warhol’s $105 Million ‘Crash’ Is A Portrait of Consumption Blake Gopnik November 13, 2013

In the Shafrazi island, Warhol and Basquiat are up on this little isthmus together, a little spit of land.
Mapping the Art World Anthony Haden-Guest December 23, 2009

You can easily spend an afternoon taking in post-1945 works by Warhol, Picasso, or Polke.
Gal With a Suitcase Jolie Hunt December 4, 2009

In Warhol it found its self- image, ready- made for idolatry and mockery.
We Can’t Stop Talking About Andy Warhol Bob Colacello March 8, 2014

Whereas you can always place one of his followers, as someone who is doing “that Warhol thing”.
Warhol Was Never Warholian Blake Gopnik September 16, 2012

In Warhol it found its self-image, ready-made for idolatry and mockery.
Why We Can’t Stop Talking About Andy Warhol Bob Colacello March 8, 2014

Most surprising was her wise sanity, as she looked more coolly than Mapplethorpe on Warhol and the lure of “uptown.”
The Daily Beast’s Favorite Books of 2010 The Daily Beast December 17, 2010

Appropriately, then, one of the few really smart buys of the night was that Warhol “Statue of Liberty.”
Christie’s Touts $412 Million Art Auction but Art Was Not the Winner November 14, 2012

There were lavish vacations, trips to the Oscars, pricey artworks from Warhol, photographs from Avedon.
A Supermodel’s Shocking Reunion Jacob Bernstein September 21, 2010

Historical Examples

No direction dominates, or at least no longer than the 15 minutes of fame that Warhol prophesied.
The Civilization of Illiteracy Mihai Nadin

Andy, real name Andrew Warhola. ?1926–87, US artist and film maker; one of the foremost exponents of pop art


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