Andy Warhol - The House That Went To Town
The 1950s was Andy Warhol’s most prolific decade for creating books. Some, like In the Bottom of My Garden and Wild Raspberries, were published. Others, like The House went to Town, were unpublished – the only records that remain of this particular book are the study drawings for the pages. The pages tell the whimsical tale of a house whose parts decide to take an adventure into town.
This drawing came from Andy Warhol’s Estate and was authenticated by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts; stamps from both entities may be found on the back side of the page.