Warhol’s Favorite Painter, Florine Stettheimer, Preempts Pop Art In A Gripping New York Exhibit

Esteemed by the New York avant-garde in the 1930s, the pseudo-primitive artist Florine Stettheimer could not have been more out of fashion when Andy Warhol embraced her work in the ’60s. A notable Jewish Museum retrospective shows the surprising role she played as a bridge between folk art and Pop.

Source: Forbes.

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