Richard Artschwager

American

1923, Washington, D.C.
2013, Albany, New York


Essay

The Grain of Pop in Richard Artschwager’s Portrait of Holly

By Marin Sarvé-Tarr, July 2018
Richard Artschwager’s Portrait of Holly (1967–68) blends drawing, painting, and photography to present the vivacious New York art dealer Holly Solomon in a rare moment of repose.

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