ANDY WARHOL | Linda Oxenburg



Linda Oxenburg
signed and dated 85 on the overlap
acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas
40 by 40 in. 101.6 by 101.6 cm.

This work is stamped by the Andy Warhol Authentication Board, Inc., and numbered A106.1010 and P.O.50.0003 on the overlap.

Price Available Upon Request

Collection of a Charitable Foundation
Christie's, London, February 7, 2001, lot 335 (consigned by the above)
Private Collection, New York
Acquired by the present owner from the above

New York, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, Andy Warhol: Portraits, May - October 2005, p. 289, illustrated in color

Tony Shafrazi, Andy Warhol Portraits, New York, 2007, p. 298, illustrated in color

"Warhol’s upward mobility was supersonic. Instead of getting the super stars' photo from movie magazines or the Sunday color supplement, he himself quickly invaded their society on equal terms, and could be begged by prospective sitters to turn his own Polaroid camera on their fabled faces in both public and private moods. He had become a celebrity among celebrities, and an ideal court painter to the 1970s international aristocracy that mixed, in wildly varying proportions, wealth, high fashion, and brains." -
Robert Rosenblum, "Andy Warhol Court Painter to the 70s" in Exh. Cat., New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, Andy Warhol Portraits of the 70s, 1979, p. 15

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