Andy Warhol is an icon of the American Pop Art movement is as famous for his public personality as for the value of his artistic concepts. He lived and worked most of his life in New York as an illustrator, commercial artist and designer of window displays. In the 1960s he gravitated to the Pop Art movement. Influenced by the consumer culture Warhol created repetitive images of Pop culture icons such as Coca Cola and Campbell’s Soup and famous people including Chairman Mao, Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor. Born 1928 Died 1987.