Classic doesn’t need to mean stodgy. Here, find works
from the coolest of the blue-chip artists—think Jasper Johns,
Robert Motherwell, Alex Katz, and always Andy Warhol—
and pick your favorites for a MoMA-worthy display.
January 1973, "Evening Standard": American Pop artist and
filmmaker Andy Warhol (1928-1987) stands in front of one of his large silkscreen works. This image is printed on fine-art paper and framed in white wood molding.