Taylor and Warhol
The legendary artist used an MGM publicity still to turn the actress into an icon.
Elizabeth Taylor was one of the Mona Lisas of our time. In 1962-63, Andy Warhol, working from an MGM publicity still, created a series of about 40 pop-art paintings he dubbed Liz that have become some of the most famous artworks of the past half-century.
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