“Killer of Art”

Rosamond Press


lizaDe Kooning titled Andy Warhol “The killer of art.” Andy did his first image of my kindred, Liz Taylor, in 1963. Liz and Richard Burton were heralded as Modern Lovers of the Liberal Age. The tabloids were full of the Burton’s drunken partying and squabbles. Liz was a Movie Goddess like Jean Harlow who Michael McClure employs in his play ‘The Beard’ in 1965. consider Liz in ‘Giant’. Who killed Beat Poetry and Rock? This is the Age of Capturing Beauty and making her ugly.

The Harkins family adventure into the World of Creativity, appears to be over. There are no famous artists, actors, or poets – there, there!

Jon Presco

Some unidentified private collector is going to make some huge money when his iconic Andy Warhol painting of Elizabeth Taylor will go under the hammer on May 12 in New York. Auction house Phillips de Pury & Company is…

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