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Product of the Artist's Imagination

Summary: Essay presents a debate between artists who use their imagination and those who do not.
The imagination of the artist is important in the way the artist constructs their artworks, but there is always a component of relations between the artist and the world. The imagination of the artist determines how the worlds portrayed in their artworks.

Andy Warhole, the most recognisable pop artist, began creating artworks during the 1950s that attempted to connect commercial art and popular culture by using images from mass culture. Warhol challenged the original concepts about the nature of art and erased traditional boundaries of fine art and popular culture. In his artwork 32 Campbell's Soup Cans, he comments on the identicalness of the product. They mimicked the condition of mass advertising, which clearly displays societys values and reveals the world's influence in his artwork.

Warhole then began creating artworks on the repetition of stars faces including Liz Taylor and Marilyn Monroe. That comments on the...

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