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Be it a small 8x8 size print to big life-size prints, we can deliver any size to you. Plus, we give you options of framed Giclee print, gallery-wrapped canvas, or delivered in a roll to frame as per your requirement.
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Despite a brief self-declared retirement from painting following an exhibition of Flowers in Paris, Warhol continued to make sculptures (including the well known screen-printed boxes with the logos of Brillo and Heinz Ketchup) prints, and films. During this time he also expanded his interests into the realm of performance and music, producing the traveling multi-media spectacle, The Exploding Plastic Inevitable, with the Velvet Underground and Nico,
Our gallery presents a unique collection of original signed numbered limited edition lithographs of Marilyn Monroe, Mao, Campbells's Soups, Flowers, Portraits and Myths series and hand signed paintings. All lithographs are authenticated by the editor.Not all available Andy Warhol prints are online. Please contact us concerning availability.
Please note that most prints are also available unframed should you choose to arrange a frame yourself. Unframed art prints are usually shipped on the same day if ordered before 2pm. Framed items can take one or two working days longer with our experts in the framing workshop.
All prints are professionally printed to order in the UK on sustainably sourced, premium art papers of at least 230gsm, which is the equivalent thickness of approx 4 sheets of a domestic printer paper.
As all prints are printed to order, please allow 10 days for UK dispatch. You will receive an email dispatch notification once your order has been sent. Orders are delivered via Royal Mail and associated international partners.
Warhol used photo-stencils with screen-printing, he added photos in his screen-prints. For the process of these prints, the screen is created through a photographic process after which different colors of ink are printed with the use of a rubber squeegee for pressing the paint onto this painting through the given screen.
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Andy Warhol's Pop Art legacy continues to inspire various forms of contemporary aesthetic expression. Our collection of hand-signed Warhol screen prints includes pop art subjects of Flowers, Marilyn Monroe, Mao, Cow, and Campbell's Soup, and are of higher collectible value due to their distinct color variations and one-of-a-kind nature.
Certificates of Authenticity are required by California law to be included with any sale of fine art multiples in or out of the state. The Certificate of Authenticity guarantees the authenticity of the accompanying piece.\nArtist Name: The name of the artist in its entirety must be included.\nSignature: Information about any signature present must be included; i.e. whether it is hand-signed by the artist, stamped, etc.\nMedium: a detailed breakdown of the medium must be included.\nEditions: Full information about all the editions pulled from the master should be included to the best of your ability, including numbered editions, artist\u2019s proofs, printer proof\u2019s and any other impressions taken.\nYear: The year that the print was made should be included. For some artists, this may be a date range, which is acceptable.\nDimensions: Full dimensions should be listed. For works on paper, image size, sheet size, and frame size will be included. For sculptures, dimensions are applicable.\nCatalogue\u00a0raisonn\u00e9: Citations of catalogues that document that work will be included in their entirety, including the catalogue raisonn\u00e9 number or page number.\nA Few Further Notes\u2026\nIt may sometimes be difficult to ensure exact specificity of information for older prints where there may not be complete extant records. In cases such as these, approximate date ranges are appropriate and all editions that are known to the dealer should be disclosed to the best of their ability.\nProper terminology should be used in describing the medium of the print, the edition and any annotations that may be present. You can find more information about fine art multiple terminology by reading our articles about printmaking techniques and print annotations.\n";window.isMobile = false; Explore the Fine Art Gallery
1928 Born in Pittsburgh, PA 1945 - 1949 Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh. Major: Pictural Design. 1962 Founded the Factory 1969 Founded Interview Magazine 1987 Died in New York, NY Andy Warhol began his career as a commercial illustrator, developing ads for the I. Miller Department store in New York. His first exhibition was in 1962, at the Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles, which included all 32 of his Campbell's Soup Can renditions. Born in Pittsburgh in 1928 as Andrew Warhola, Andy Warhol came to represent more than just the American condition. He became pivotal in the evolution of artistic production in relationship to mainstream mass-produced culture and commercialism. The founder and most influential figure of the Pop Art movement, Warhol received his training in graphic design from the Carnegie Institute of Technology in 1949. He then moved to New York City to begin his career as a commercial artist where he gained phenomenal success. By 1955, Warhol was the most successful and most-influential commercial artist in New York. His career took flight when he produced the first of his window displays using enlarged comic strip images. Characters such as Superman and Popeye were among the popular images he incorporated into designer fashion. Needless to say, his department store windows drew a lot of attention, and Warhol garnered a reputation for the extreme. One of Warhol's most important developments was his use of enlarged photographic images which were silk screened directly onto canvas and/or paper. This technique enabled him to produce quickly and cheaply a series of mass-media images that he marketed to the public. Iconographic objects such as Soup Cans, U.S. Dollar Bills, Coca-Cola Bottles, as well as the various faces of celebrities and politicians became highly sought after by art aficionados. In the late 1960s, Warhol experimented with the medium of film exploring such rhetorical topics as time, boredom, and repetition. He founded inter/VIEW magazine in 1969 (later changed to Interview in 1971), published 'The Philosophy of Andy Warhol: From A to B and Back Again' and continued to produce silkscreens until his death in 1987. Browse our collection of Andy Warhol prints today. 041b061a72