Andy Warhol

Modern Masters – Andy Warhol – Documentary

Published on May 14, 2013

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Andy Warhol Picture

Andy Warhol (1928–1987)


Andrew Warhola was born on 6 August 1928 in Forest City, Pennsylvania, USA, a small town northeast of Scranton. His father, Ondrej, came from the Austria-Hungary Empire (now Slovakia) in 1912, and sent for his mother, Julia Zavacky Warhola, in 1921. His father worked as a construction worker and later as a coal miner… See full bio »

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