Featuring artwork from The Museum of Modern Art's unparalleled collection, each volume in the MoMA Artist Series guides readers through one artist's most memorable achievements, explaining their significance and placing them in context among the groundbreaking innovations of their time. This series is an invaluable resource for exploring and interpreting some of the most beloved artworks by key artists who shaped the trajectory of modern art. Through his art, ideas and style, Andy Warhol made an indelible mark on the history of modern art and on popular culture. This book features ten paintings by Warhol selected from The Museum of Modern Art's collection of his work. His famous Gold Marilyn Monroe and Campbell's Soup Cans are here, along with other equally groundbreaking and iconic silkscreen paintings--from his early work of 1961 to The Last Supper, a painting in progress at the time of his death, in 1987. An insightful essay by Carolyn Lanchner, a former curator of painting and sculpture at the Museum, accompanies each work, illuminating its significance and placing it in its historical moment in the development of modern art and in the artist's own life.