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Queen Margrethe II of Denmark FS II. 344, Andy Warhol

Queen Margrethe II of Denmark FS II. 344

Andy Warhol

Print - 100.01 x 80.01 x 2.54 cm

$125,000

Julie devant un Andy (Warhol), C. Brenner

Julie devant un Andy (Warhol)

C. Brenner

Painting - 100 x 81 x 3 cm

$2,575

Campbell's Tomato Soup - Hommage to Andy Warhol, Andrei Krioukov

Campbell's Tomato Soup - Hommage to Andy Warhol

Andrei Krioukov

Painting - 200 x 140 x 4 cm

$12,156

Campbell’s Soup Can II (Cream of Mushroom), Steve Kaufman

Campbell’s Soup Can II (Cream of Mushroom)

Steve Kaufman

Print - 88.9 x 58.4 x 5.1 cm

$1,800

Life is a Drag . ( Anti Homophobia Art ), Thomas Dellert

Life is a Drag . ( Anti Homophobia Art )

Thomas Dellert

Print - 50 x 50 x 3 cm

$3,862

Love Indiana, Oliver Ney

Love Indiana

Oliver Ney

Painting - 93 x 93 x 3 cm

$4,506 $4,056

Keith I, Karl Kox

Keith I

Karl Kox

Painting - 100 x 100 x 5 cm

$1,287 $966

Valerie Solanas' Nightmare (Andy Warhol), Pure Evil

Valerie Solanas' Nightmare (Andy Warhol)

Pure Evil

Painting - 100 x 100 x 3.8 cm

$2,493

YO! Mao. Destroyed version., JP Malot

YO! Mao. Destroyed version.

JP Malot

Print - 70 x 50 cm

$429

What Else?, Tarek

What Else?

Tarek

Fine Art Drawings - 40.5 x 29.5 cm

$376

Andy Warhol and Edie Sedgwick at the Factory, NY, Hervé Gloaguen

Andy Warhol and Edie Sedgwick at the Factory, NY

Hervé Gloaguen

Photography - 40 x 50 cm

$2,414

Mao I, Karl Kox

Mao I

Karl Kox

Painting - 100 x 100 x 5 cm

$1,180 $885

On the Map Andy Warhol’s Portrait in 3D, Pablo Caviedes

On the Map Andy Warhol’s Portrait in 3D

Pablo Caviedes

Painting - 152.4 x 152.4 x 50.8 cm

$60,000

Basquiat and Warhol, street art and pop art melody, pink and gold version, Patrick Cornée

Basquiat and Warhol, street art and pop art melody, pink and gold version

Patrick Cornée

Painting - 80 x 80 x 3 cm

$2,682

Portrait de Nina Simone, Narôme

Portrait de Nina Simone

Narôme

Painting - 116 x 80 x 2 cm

$1,384

Marilyn Cream, Tehos

Marilyn Cream

Tehos

Print - 65 x 50 x 0.1 cm

$536

Fille d'azur., Aldéhy

Fille d'azur.

Aldéhy

Painting - 46 x 33 x 5 cm

$2,146

Comic Girl in Yellow & Neon orange, Roco Studio

Comic Girl in Yellow & Neon orange

Roco Studio

Painting - 74 x 56 x 0.1 cm

$535

The Paramount Collab, Kan

The Paramount Collab

Kan

Painting - 146 x 194 x 4 cm

Price upon request

After the Party FS II. 183, Andy Warhol

After the Party FS II. 183

Andy Warhol

Print - 54.61 x 77.47 x 2.54 cm

Sold

Arthur Miller's nightmare - marilyn. let's make love in London, Pure Evil

Arthur Miller's nightmare - marilyn. let's make love in London

Pure Evil

Print - 85 x 70 cm

Sold

Carnaval du Roi et de la Reine, Ivan Messac

Carnaval du Roi et de la Reine

Ivan Messac

Fine Art Drawings - 50 x 50 x 0.1 cm

Sold

Mick Jagger, I love only rock and Daisy Duck, Patrick Cornée

Mick Jagger, I love only rock and Daisy Duck

Patrick Cornée

Painting - 80 x 80 x 3 cm

Sold

Inspired by Warhol

Andy Warhol - originally called Andrew Warhola - was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, (1928) into a family of 3 boys. Born into a working-class family, his humble origins eventually inspired his most famous works, transforming him into one of the best well-known artists of the world.

An iconic figure of the 1960s and 1970s, Warhol is considered as the "Pope of Pop Art". It was upon a visit to Leo Castelli's American gallery in 1961, when he first felt a connection with the movement. Warhol was also greatly inspired by the sharp irony of Roy Lichtenstein, who made images from his favorite subjects of advertisements and cartoons. Andy Warhol, too, was able to bring to light this popular art form which had previously only been seen in comic books

Beyond the glamorous pop aesthetic often associated with Andy Warhol, lies a tormented and complex artist. Warhol's work has  explored more notably violent subjects, such the electric chair used to enforce the death penalty in the United States (Electric Chair series, 1967) or the race riots in Birmingham, Alabama (Race Riots series, 1963). This fascination with death is an essential element in understanding the work of Warhol, who, all his life, questioned the transient nature of modern icons. He himself said: "I realized that everything I was doing had to do with death."

Yet these somber subjects do not work in conflict with the artist's lighter works. Marilyn Monroe, the Big Electric Chair or Campbell's Soup Cans are all symbols of pop culture and exist as universally worshiped muses. Moreover, Warhol too, shared a fascination with the celebrities of his time who would gather in his studio called The Factory, becoming immortalized in Polaroid photographs.

At the dawn of the "Peace & Love" era, Warhol, through his silkscreens and portraits, also immersed us into a flowery, celebratory and colorful universe. Starting with his first series of portraits, a tribute to Marilyn Monroe in 1967, which also became one of his most famous.

Warhol was certainly a multi-faceted artist. He even tried his hand at filmmaking. If these films can be viewed as reflectionary works of the artist's unique personality, they are also mirrors of the artist's complexity that never became as popular as his artworks...

A genius deeply rooted in his time, a precursor to consumerist society, an artist as celebrated as he is contested, Andy Warhol continues to inspire many contemporary artists. Discover this expertly curated selection of works inspired by Andy Warhol's best iconography at Artsper!

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