[ (wawr-hawl, wawr-hohl) ]
A twentieth-century American artist whose best-known work was a precise, enlarged image of a can of Campbell's tomato soup. He also painted Coke bottles, Brillo pads, and rows of images of Marilyn Monroe. (See also pop art.)
Warhol once stated, “In the future everyone will be world-famous for fifteen minutes.”
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