Andy Warhol Shoes Collector Puzzle
"Fashion wasn't what you wore someplace anymore; it was the whole reason for going."
You can never have enough shoes! And now you can cobble them together with this chic and challenging 550-piece puzzle packaged in a stylish, collectible tin. Warhol’s interest in shoes dates back to the early 1950’s. Drawing shoes, especially high-heeled shoes, was very much a part of his professional career, both as a commercial artist and as a fine artist. Warhol’s shoes could be highly stylized or whimsical, and they were always elegant.
From the king of Pop Art comes this fun, fanciful image of a woman’s favorite accessory. Created in 1959, Andy Warhol illustrated this image using ink and Dr. Martin’s Aniline Dye on ivory sketchbook paper.
# 550 pieces
# 18” x 24”
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