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ANDY WARHOL  (1928 – 1987)

Andy Warhol

 

‘Neuschwanstein‘

 

Silkscreen on board
1987
size 85 x 60 cm/ framed approx. 115 x 90 cm
Edition 100
signed and numbered
with estate stamp on the reverse
Schellman II.B.372

Andy Warhol

 

‘Marilyn Monroe’ ( II. 27)

 

Silkscreen on paper
1967
size 91,4 x 91,4 cm
Edition 219/ 250
Signed and numbered
Schellman II.27

Andy Warhol

 

‘Flowers ( II.73)

 

Silkscreen on paper
1970
size 91,4 x 91,4 cm
Edition 250
Signed and numbered
Factory Additions, New York
Schellman II.73

Andy Warhol

 

Mick Jagger

 

Silkscreen on Arches Aquarelle watercolour paper
1975
110.5 x 73.7 cm (43.5 x 29 in)
Edition of 250
Co-Signed by Mick Jagger
Signed and numbered
FS II.142

Andy Warhol

 

‘Birth of Venus’ – Details of Renaissance Paintings

 

Silkscreen on Arches Aquarelle watercolour paper (Cold Pressed)
1984
size 32 x 44 inches/ 81 x 112 cm
Edition 70, 18 AP, 5 PP, 5 HC
signed and numbered

Andy Warhol

 

‚Committee 2000‘

 

Screenprint on Lenox Museum Board
1982
76,2 x 50,8 cm / 30 x 25 inch
Edition 2000
Signiert und nummeriert

ANDY WARHOL (1928 – 1987)

ARTIST INFO
Andy Warhol (1928-1987) was an American artist and co-founder as well as the most important exponent of American Pop Art

Andy Warhol (1928-1987) is the most important representative and co-founder of the international pop art movement and one of the most important artists of the 20th century. His New York studio and the legendary factory have cult status.

Andy Warhol created iconic motifs that shaped and inspired Pop Art

  • Campbell’s soup can
  • Coca Cola bottle
  • Jackie Kennedy
  • Marilyn Monroe
  • celebrity portraits
  • Elvis Presley series

 

Andy Warhol declared screen printing to be an art medium (Silk screen) and duplication received a new technique in art history

As a successful advertising illustrator, he gave new input to the pop art movement through his screen prints.

Andy Warhol was shown at the 4th documenta (1968), the 6th documenta (1977) and the 7th documenta (1982) in Kassel. Since Warhol presented the United States of America pavilion at the Venice art event (the Biennale) in 1976, he had established himself as the most important artist of his time.

The works of Andy Warhol can be found in important international museums and private collections:

  • 2020 „Andy Warhol Now“ traveling exhibition – Cologne Museum Ludwig, London Tate Modern, Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto and Aspen Art Museum in Colorado.
  • The exhibition „Andy Warhol – Pop Art Identities“ in the large exhibition and event hall of a former Dresden factory ends on June 12, 2022

 

As an artist, filmmaker, and publisher, Warhol expanded his genre and career, which began in 1950 as a graphic designer and illustrator for fashion and lifestyle magazines. From 1945 to 1949 he had studied commercial art at the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh, now Carnegie Mellon University. He had degrees in painting and design. paintings and screenprints.

Warhol concentrated on pop culture subjects, Hollywood stars, comic and cartoon motifs such as Mickey Mouse, Popeye and Superman. Initially drawn by hand, screen printing soon became his technique. As a result, the artist distanced himself from the abstract expressionism of his time and from action painting. And he carried the spirit of his time, because Roy Lichtenstein and Robert Rauschenberg had also discovered these motifs for themselves.

In June 2022, the Rolling Stones had their concert in Munich (Germany). Mick Jagger shows the work of Andy Warhol (1928 – 1987) at the exhibition stand of Galerie Jeanne from Munich in a serial print on Arches Aquarelle handmade paper.

It was created in 1975 in an edition of 250 and was personally signed and numbered by Mick Jagger and Andy Warhol. Andy Warhol (1928-1987) is the most important representative and co-founder of the international Pop Art movement and one of the most important artists of the 20th century. His New York studio and the legendary „Factory“ have cult status. Warhol focused on pop culture subjects, Hollywood stars, comic and cartoon motifs. Initially drawn by hand, screen printing soon became his technique. This distanced the artist from the Abstract Expressionism of his time and from Action Painting. He hit the nerve of his time, because Roy Lichtenstein and Robert Rauschenberg had also discovered these motifs for themselves.

 

Andy Warhol books

  • Interviews mit Andy Warhol, Hrsg. von Kenneth Goldsmith, Schmieheim, 2006
  • Andy Warhol, Stephen Shore, Nat Finkelstein und Billy Name: The Index Book. Black Star Random House, New York 1967.
  • Andy Warhol: A: A Novel. Grove Press, New York 1968
  • Andy Warhol: The Philosophy of Andy Warhol (From A to B and Back Again), Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, New York, London 1975
  • Andy Warhol und Bob Colacello: Exposures. New York/London 1979
  • Andy Warhol und Pat Hackett: Popism. The Warhol ’60s, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, New York, London 1980
  • Andy Warhol: America. Harpercollins, New York 1985
  • Andy Warhol und Pat Hackett: Das Tagebuch. Droemer Knaur, 1989
  • Andy Warhol: Die Philosophie des Andy Warhol von A bis B und zurück. Neuauflage 2006,
  • Andy Warhol und Truman Capote: Ein Sonntag in New York. Gatza, Berlin 1993
  • Andy Warhol, Suzie Frankfurt: Wild Raspberries. New York 1959; Neuauflage Little, Brown and Company, 1997

His career began in the 1950s. As a graphic artist, he created illustrations for glossy, lifestyle and fashion magazines, among other things.

His art can be assigned to different artistic phases – his work includes the styles of Pop Art, Abstract Expressionism and so-called Naive Art.

 

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