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In a land far far away..Andy Warhol and Abbot Suger have been cursed to live an eternity as castaways on this remote island.
This is almost as bad as the time I had to eat that Burger King Hamburger.
What is a Hamburger?
Oh nevermind that. I'm Andy Warhol. Pop Artist extraordinaire. I was born August 6th, 1928 in Pennsylvania. I am well known for a painting I made in 1962 Campbell's Soup Cans. I painted 32 canvases with synthetic polymer paint. They were 51 cm x 41 cm each. It is now hung in the Museum of Modern Art. Who are you?
Well nice to meet you Andy, I am Suger. I was born in France and I am one of the earliest patrons of Gothic architecture. I am known as Abbot of Saint Denis.
Pop Art was part of the Visual Art Movement. I liked to explore the relationship people had with the consumerism culture that emerged in the late 1960s in America. Many of my pieces involved celebrities or advertisements because I used to be a commercial illustrator before focusing on my art.
what is this thing you call Pop Art?
What more can you tell me about the time in which you lived?
Gothic architecture is a style of medieval art that developed in Northern France in the 12th Century. During this Gothic era, the church was the chief patron of the arts, especially in regards to architecture. The gothic architecture expressed itself most eloquently and carried the arts beyond the borders of France.
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