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Warhol and the History of Art


Warhol and the History of Art Painting

durga Kainthola


Painting, Gouache on Paper

Size: 6 W x 4 H x 0.1 D in

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Warhol and the History of Art. Warhol and the History of Art, Durra kainthola’s recent works on paper conjoin past and present, East and West, in a fusion of contemporary imagery and ancient mythology. Marilyn Monroe addresses the viewer through Warhol’s lenses. As Monroe’s face was splashed in fuchsia tints across Warhol’s silkscreen art for ‘eternity’ related across this iconic subtext, famed paintings from art history come refreshingly alive. Against such a panoramic black-and-white backdrop, vibrantly colored metaphors re-narrate the visions of Byzantine, the old masters, the impressionist, the cubist, the surrealist, classical Indian paintings, and mughal miniatures. Drawings from the caves of Lascaux to Dali’s persistence of memory, from the chairs and still lives of Van Gogh to the long-necked women of Modigliani. These digitally generated prints of Warhol’s face are dramatically transformed by the artist’s deployment of myriad hues and tonalities. As she paints over the image, beside it and around it…defying the boundaries. On the pictorial plane, Kainthola depicts lyrical metaphors, interwoven and uncovered by the mind’s eye. Seduced, the viewer enters a world of traditional and modern vocabularies. By juxtaposing global visual images, the text of art history is no longer limited nor trivialized. The viewer is asked to perceive multi-fold meanings as the eye moves from one work to the next. Unwittingly and with an unexpected twist of irony these works also question: Who is the icon? The image; its maker; or both or neither. Timeless, beyond continental boundaries, affirmative of fusion. A global lexicon of metaphor and aesthetics, celebrates the vitality and essence of art and its never-ending rebirth. Elizabeth Rogers

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Painting:Gouache on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:6 W x 4 H x 0.1 D in

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