Andy Warhol, signed in print & numbered, stamp authenticated by the editor CMOA (Carnegie Museum of Art)
A rare lithograph from the set of 10 different colours of the Mao Zedong portraits from ANDY WARHOL (6.8.1928 - 22.2.1987).
Artist: Andy WARHOL
Arch / Motive: 60 cm * 60 cm (23.62 x 23.62 inch)
Motive: Mao Zedong
Editor: Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute Pittsburgh
Year of Edition: 1986
Reference: F/S # II.91
Limited Edition: 878 / 2400 / numbered with pencil on front
Authentification: stamped on verso CMOA (stamped authenticated)
Signature: signed in plate
Condition: perfect, no tears & creases
This unique print is from a limited edition and not like the often offered unlimited prints from Andy Warhol with the note ",,published by Sunday B. Morning" and "fill in your own signature". You get here an uncomparable signed in print lithograph with a lasting and a steady rising value.
Quotation from the "Portraits of the 70s" Even when WARHOL leaves, from time to time , the jet-set world of art, business, fashion, the results are equally incisive. It is something of a miracle that a contemporary Western artist could seize, as WARHOL has, the Olympian Big Brother image of Mao Tse-tung. In a quartet of canvases huge enough to catch one's eye at the Worker' Stadium in Peking, WARHOL has located the chairman in some otherworldly blue heaven, a secular deity of staggering dimensions who calmly and omnipotently watches over us earthlings.
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