SUNDAY B MORNING WARHOL MARILYN PRINT
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STUNNING MARILYN BY ANDY WARHOL SUNDAY B MORNING SCREEN PRINT!, These are fabulous exciting screenprint. These are Sunday B. Mornings editions screenprints that are stamped on the verso in blue ink ?Published By Sunday B Morning? ? ?fill in Tour Own Signature?. The ' inks' are the 1980's editions and the quality and integrity of the prints is impeccable. They are printed on 'museum board' with the highest quality archival inks. These are highly sought after by collectors for their quality, rarity and exciting vibrant colors. Certificates of Authenticity available upon request. " THIS ITEM IS SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY!"
Andy Warhol (1928-1987)
Iconic Artist, filmmaker, music producer, commercial illustrator, designer, and magazine publisher was born Andrew Warhola in 1928. Andy Warhol was a founder and major proponent of the Pop Art movement. He remains one of the most talented and influential artists of the 20th century. Warhol pioneered the development of the process of photo-mechanical silkscreen, where enlarged photographic images are transferred to a silk screen that is then placed on a canvas and inked from the back creating mass-media images.
Warhol is known for his paintings of commercial subjects and iconic images, from the Campbell?s Soup can series, to his portraits of celebrities from Marilyn Monroe to Jackie Kennedy. He created an instantly recognizable style that was distinctly his own and yet allowed others to be involved in the creative process. Warhol who said, "In the future, everyone will be famous for fifteen minutes," has well outlasted that barometer. One of the most highly sort and collected artist by major museums and collectors around the world. He works now command prices in the millions. His first one man show was in 1952 which was followed by a long succession of prestigious solo shows and exhibitions in major galleries and museums throughout the world until his death in 1987.
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