Andy Warhol

American , 1928 - 1987

Born in Pittsburgh, painter, print and filmmaker, Andy Warhol studied pictorial design at the Carnegie Institute of Techonology before moving to New York City. Warhol, the dean of the Pop Art movement in the Sixties, is unquestionably one of the world's most famous artists today. He redefined subject matter and the processes of making art. By selecting popular images of objects and personalities a Read More nd mechanically reproducing them, he created artwork that offended by its banality while it captured visual attention by its familiarity.

Warhol began his career as a commercial artist (1949-1960) and used such techniques and images in his work. His early paintings were stylized comic strips or advertisements and later he produced works of repeated images using rubber and wooden stamps and stencils, which eventually lead him to reproductions made with silkscreen on canvas. His work consists mainly of portraits, documentary images, consumer goods and flowers. From 1963 on, he made, or collaborated in, films produced in his “factory”. Read Less
Artworks
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Lincoln Center Ticket

1967

Dorianne Hutton Fine Art

Price upon request

'Joseph Beuys'

1980/83

Gerrish Fine Art

Price upon request

Electric Chair

1971

Jim Kempner Fine Art

$12,000 - $35,000

Eric Emerson (Chelsea Girls)

1982

Jim Kempner Fine Art

$5,500 - $12,000

Self Portrait and Portraits of Artists.

1967

William Weston Gallery Ltd.

$70,000 - $100,000

Flowers

1964

Sims Reed Gallery

$35,000 - $70,000

The new spirit (Donald Duck)

1985

Galerie Boisserée

Price upon request

Castelli Graphics Invitation

1981

Thomas French Fine Art

Price upon request

Self Portrait

1978

Sims Reed Gallery

Above $100,000

Mick Jagger

1975

Galerie Lareuse

Price upon request

Vesuvius

1985

Galerie Boisserée

Price upon request

Flowers

1970

Susan Sheehan Gallery

$35,000 - $70,000

Electric Chair #79

1971

Works on Paper, Inc.

$12,000 - $35,000

Electric Chair #76

1971

Works on Paper, Inc.

$12,000 - $35,000