Andy Warhol is arguably one of the most legendary American artists of all time.
Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on August 6, 1928 he originally intended on becoming an art teacher. However, it wasn’t until he moved to New York City that he realized he had an artistic eye unlike anyone else. In order to celebrate the talent of this world renowned visionary, here are nine museums you can visit to view his art.
1. Smithsonian American Art Museum
Piece Title: Marilyn Monroe’s Lips
Located in Washington, D.C.