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.