Andy Warhol was soft spoken and the father of pop art. He was from Pittsburgh and lived from 1928-1987. In 1949 Warhol earned a degree in fine arts and graphic design. He revolutionized the silk screen process and was famous for his depiction of household goods.
Warhol had a studio dubbed “The Factory” that moved locations from time to time in Manhattan. An eclectic group of people gathered here and Warhol made some films. An unknown fact was that he was very religious and attended Church daily. He wanted to keep it private and the majority of the public was quite unaware. Keep It Tasty!
Mao Zedong painting by Warhol in the Chicago Art Institute