Liz by Andy Warhol
The artist being a fan depicts his idol in a very graphic portrait celebrating the beauty he admired in much his own way. Never overstating and never taking away anything from the natural beauty he so admired.
The year 1964 was cited in the title signifying the years when the iconic beauty was at its best because of her freshness. A perfect depiction; conveying admiration and coveting the opportunity of painting his iconic symbol of women; in her truest and freshest form.
One chance the artist doesn’t want ruined by blasphemous colors and uncomplimentary hues; he did the painting in sepia, subtly endowing it with an air of drama and novelty. He created a masterpiece because of his appreciation and never because of his blind fanaticism.
Colors superimposed on some features developed the picture into a piece almost perfect and defined yet not for once derailing from its secular purpose.