Uncle Andy’s Cats
Author/Illustrator: James Warhola
This book was written by James Warhola, the nephew of Pop Artist Andy Warhol. He was inspired to become an illustrator by watching his famous uncle create. His interest began at five years old and how lucky he was to personally get private training by Andy Warhol. They both actually benefited as the family’s artistry was handed down. “Uncle Andy’s Cats” tells the story of James’ early visits to his Uncle Andy’s place in New York that was chock full of cats roaming amongst the rooms and famous artworks. James illustrates the visits to his uncle’s house as gregarious and fun times. It’s for children that might want a peek inside the house of an artist who made extra room in his art studio for a bevy of cats. The pets seemed to also serve as muses for Andy himself as he published his own books of them.
Condition: Used but in good condition.