"Andy Warhol and the Society Icon" 1975 magazine article by David Bourdon. The article/magazine clipping was carefully removed from a 1975 art magazine.
Text in the article is in English.
The article opens with:
"Past master of painting, sculpture, movies and wallpaper, Warhol was always the major Pop exponent of the human presence. With the passing of the Pop era, this 'stylist of the human face' has continued and developed the portrait theme. His paintings of the '70s concentrate on the famous, the near-famous and the near-infamous."
The article is 4 pages in length [on 3 sheets of paper] and includes several images within the text.
This is an original article/magazine clipping [not a copy or reprint], which was removed from a magazine.
The article was carefully removed directly from a magazine. [The rest of the magazine is not included.]