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Diamond Dust Shoes, 1980 (Lilac, Blue, Green)

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In the 1980s, Pop Art founder Andy Warhol’s (1923 – 1987) returned to one of his primary motifs from the 1950s with paintings like “Diamond Dust Shoes,” setting glittering, multi-colored arrangements of women’s shoes against black backgrounds. Starti...
ng his career as a successful commercial artist, Warhol’s acclaim escalated when he drew imaginative images of shoes for retail store I. Miller. Warhol, who adored jewels, intended to use a powder made from real diamond dust to create the “Diamond Dust Shoes” series. However, the diamond dust was too chalky, so Warhol embedded sparkling, pulverized glass in its place.
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Diamond Dust Shoes, 1980 (Lilac, Blue, Green)

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By Andy Warhol
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26" x 34"
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