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Andy Warhol
1928 - 1987
acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas
51 by 40.5 cm. 20 1/8 by 16 in.
Executed circa 1982.
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This work is stamped by The Estate of Andy Warhol, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and numbered PA.76.010 on the overlap and stamped by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts on the reverse.


Anton Kern Gallery, New York
Daniel Blau, London
Private Collection, Europe
Sotheby's, London, Bear Witness, 10 March 2015, Lot 138
Acquired from the above by the previous owner


New York, Anton Kern Gallery, Andy Warhol: Fifteen Abstract Paintings, February - March 1998

Catalogue Note

“Nothing can always be the subject of something. I mean, what’s nice about those paintings is you could do them every five years… anytime you wanted to, when you had the time…because there’s nothing to read into them… because even if the paints stayed the same, everything else – and everyone else – would have changed.”

Andy Warhol cited in: Exh. Cat., New York, Gagosian Gallery, Cast a Cold Eye: The Late Work of Andy Warhol, 2006, p. 198

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