Isaiah Hale 6 artist

Andy Warhol

Born: August 6, 1928, Pittsburgh, PA. He lived from august 6, 1928 to February 22,1987.Warhol died in Manhattan, at 6:32 am, on February 22, 1987. According to news reports, he had been making good recovery from gallbladder surgery at New York Hospital before dying in his sleep from a sudden post-operative cardiac arrhythmia.By the beginning of the 1960s, Warhol had become a very successful commercial illustrator. His detailed and elegant drawings for I. Miller shoes were particularly popular.

James pollock

January 28, 1912-August 11, 1956 (aged 44). He lived in Cody, Wyoming, U.S.Pollock and Krasner's relationship began to crumble by 1956 due to Pollock's continuing struggle with alcoholism and infidelity involving Ruth Kligman. On August 11, 1956, at 10:15 pm, Pollock died in a single-car crash in his Oldsmobile convertible while driving under the influence of alcohol.Mostly done in black and white with some specks of yellow and light blue, The Deep is one of Pollock’s most famous works after his glorious years.Pollock's interest in ceramics was inspired by the work of his teacher, Thomas Hart Benton, who had discovered during his impoverished years in New York that it was easier to sell decorated ceramics than paintings.

Antonio Gaudi

Born: June 25, 1852-Died: June 10, 1926.On 7 June 1926, Gaudí was taking his daily walk to the Sant Felip Neri church for his habitual prayer and confession. While walking along the Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes between Girona and Bailén streets, he was struck by a passing tram and lost consciousness .This study of nature translated into his use of ruled geometrical forms such as the hyperbolic paraboloid, the hyperboloid, the helicoid and the cone, which reflect the forms Gaudí found in nature.

Frida Kahlo

Born Magdalena Carmen Frida Kahlo y Calderón July 6, 1907 Coyoacán, Mexico City, Mexico Died July 13, 1954 (aged 47) Coyoacán, Mexico City, Mexico Nationality Mexican Education Self–taught Known for Self-portraits.On September 17, 1925, Kahlo and Gómez Arias were on their way home from school when the wooden bus they were riding collided with a streetcar. Several people were killed, and Kahlo suffered nearly fatal injuries—an iron handrail impaled her through her pelvis, fracturing the bone. She also fractured several ribs, her legs, and a collarbone. She spent a month in the hospital and two months recovering at home,[46] before being able to return to work to cover her medical expenses.


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