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 Andy Warhol's Autobiography of A Snake
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Andy Warhol's Autobiography of A Snake

Code: 53182
From 1963 and published for the first time, the tale of Noa the Boa, a snake who has 'the creative soul of an artist and an actor' and his mission to enter High Society. Relating his starring 'roles' with the fashion and high society icons of the early 60s: as Jackie Kennedy's boots, Liz Taylor's bracelet, a Chanel shirt, a tablecloth at Claridge's and curtains for the Folies Bergere. A charming curio created by Andy Warhol (1928-87) for the Coty American Fashion Critics' Award, celebrating the success of leather goods company Fleming-Joffe, Ltd., one of Warhol's earliest clients.

Hardback, 48 pages, illustrated throughout in colour and black and white.
26.2 x 22.2cm.
£14.95
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