Andy Warhol.Sculpture, with professional independent valuation.Sculpture InstallationAndy Warhol-Dating: 80'sHeight (cm):ca 25.5-Width (cm): ca 15.5.Excellent conditionSculpture of mixed technique realized and signed by Andy Warhol (1928-1987). The work is Composed of six boxes of single-dose detergent brand Brillo, an image that the artist used repeatedly in his works from 1964. It is not a ready-made, that is to say that it is not a "Object found" and decontextualized to contextualize it again in the art world but that is an artistic creation that emulates reality. It imitates a product of the American consumer society, with advertising and popular aesthetics, so that the public Quickly identify the object and can understand the message. In this way, in this masterpiece the impersonal style and the artistic facet is displaced. It is interesting to note that the pallet chromatic used in this work of art match the colors of the American flag, evidencing an advertising technique typical of the American consumer society.Warhol is an important artist like Kaws, Salvador Dalí, Henry Moore, Banksy, Mel Ramos, Roy Lichtenstein, Banksy, Salvador Dalí, Pollock, Degas, Miller, Van Gogh, Hopper, or Pablo Picasso.