Pop art is one of the most interesting elements in the contemporary world. Pop art is a form of art that depicts object or scenes from everyday life and employs techniques of commercial art and popular illustration. The Pop art played the role of examining legitimacy of the traditional art world since inception. Some of the prominent artist in pop art in 1950s and 1960s include Andy Warhol that attains prominence in this genre (Sayre 226). Warhol ideology entails the concept of art that a person can make regardless of place and method. Some of the critics to Warhol ideology cite that his work is formless, sense of direction, and posterity. Some of the iconic works of art such as the telephone invention has seen artists accumulate much wealth. Telephone is one of the works that has face value and has a simple production. A close analysis of the telephone reveals its brilliance. Popular art has brown in stature in recent years with some examples fetching vast sums of money, works such as the pop art portrayals of Mel Ramos. Warhol’s central theme concentrates on pop art and describes some of the changes in art movement, in his ideology. Warhol’s Telephone work seeks evaluates and elaborates how artists can apply color to portray different themes from the artwork.
Warhol is from American decent born in 1928 and resides in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. Warhol has influence on pop art and all other related visual art movements and cultures. One of his collections, the “Telephone” appears in 1961 that becomes popular toward the end of the twentieth century (Small 47). His work explores as artistic expression, celebrity culture, and advertisement. Warhol’s life and work inspire creative thinker worldwide that thanks to his enduring imagery. Warhol has involved himself in many forms of media that including hand drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, silk-screening, sculpture, film, and music. Most of his work bases on pop culture and the perception of Americans importance at the time. In Telephone, 1962 by Andy Warhol is painting that use acrylic and pencil on the canvas. The color of this painting is very simple as two colors that black and white. The size of the telephone is 72x54x2 ½ in and shows in The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angles (Small 53).
Warhol’s work describe as telephone in all its renown. During 1961, one can observe much detail that show the artist concentrate with being as exact as possible when depicted such a telephone. The telephone is very simple and representation of a straightforward black and white painting of a telephone with not much going for it. However, being a painting by Andy Warhol, it has certainly achieved cult status. The ambition to make Warhol an American artist was very popular in the 1960’s and the painting of the telephone fit the description of imperialist progress (Sayre 229).
The artwork such as ‘Telephone’ found in European capitalist culture with several prices for Warhol’s...