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Andy Warhol (born Andrew Warhola; August 6, 1928 – February 22, 1987) was an American artist, film director, and producer who was a leading figure in the visual art movement known as pop art. His works explore the relationship between artistic expression, advertising, and celebrity culture that flourished by the 1960s, and span a variety of media, including painting, silkscreening, photography, film, and sculpture. Some of his best known works include the silkscreen paintings Campbell’s Soup Cans (1962) and Marilyn Diptych (1962), the experimental film Chelsea Girls (1966), and the multimedia events known as the Exploding Plastic Inevitable (1966–67).

Below is a recent realized price for Andy Warhol Rebel Without a Cause James Dean screenprint of 190. We at Nate D. Sanders Auctions can obtain up to this amount or more for you:

Andy Warhol Rebel Without a Cause James Dean Screenprint of 190. Sold for up to nearly $100,000.

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Here are some Andy Warhol items that our auction house, Nate D. Sanders (http://www.NateDSanders.com) has sold:

Andy Warhol 1965 Red ”Liz” Lithograph — Limited to Approximately 300

Andy Warhol lithograph of Hollywood superstar, Elizabeth Taylor. Made with acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas and limited to approximately 300. Warhol signs and dates the piece at lower right in black pen, ”Andy Warhol 65”. Simply titled ”Liz”, this red version is part of a series with different background colors. Warhol began his Taylor paintings in 1963 and used a publicity photo for the film ”Butterfield 8” as his source. Measures 22” x 22”. Matted and framed, measures 29” x 29”. Not examined out of the frame, but viewable portion is near fine. Sold for $42,250.

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Andy Warhol 1965 Red ”Liz” Lithograph — Limited to Approximately 300. Click to enlarge.

Andy Warhol Large Signed Poster of Marilyn Monroe

Andy Warhol signed poster from his acclaimed show at the Tate Gallery in London in 1971, depicting one of his famous images of Marilyn Monroe. The pop artist gained worldwide notoriety for his legendary Marilyn diptych recreations, with reproductions of various colors of this same silk-screened image hanging in museums around the world. Warhol signs in black marker to the bottom right of the commemorative poster from the show, which ran from 17 February through 28 March 1971. Measures 20” x 30”. Faint tape stains to top. Very good plus. Sold for $8,319.

Andy Warhol Rebel Without a Cause James Dean screenprint of 190

It’s Andy Warhol’s Explosion! / Exploding Plastic Inevitable, 1966

From 1966 to 1967, Andy Warhol hosted a series of parties that defied easy description; part concert, part performance art, part movie screening, these “Exploding Plastic Inevitable” shows were wholly Andy Warhol. Event poster is for the series of shows from 31 August to 4 September in Provincetown, Massachusetts, entitled “It’s Andy Warhol’s Explosion! / Exploding Plastic Inevitable”, teased as “Where Entertainments Going”. The shows often featured performances by Nico, as this one does, as well as avant garde cinema by Jonas Mekas, dancing by the Factory coterie and sophisticated strobe lighting. Printing information on bottom of poster reads “Metropolitan Show Print – 97 West Dedham St., Boston, Mass.” Printed on heavy card stock, poster measures 14″ x 21.75″. Creasing and discoloration from moisture exposure, overall in good condition. Only the second known example of this poster at auction, with the other selling for $8,400. Sold for $7,227.

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It’s Andy Warhol’s Explosion! / Exploding Plastic Inevitable, 1966

Andy Warhol Large Signed Poster of Marilyn Monroe

Andy Warhol signed poster from his acclaimed show at the Tate Gallery in London in 1971, depicting one of the images of Marilyn Monroe from his Marilyn Diptych painting. The pop artist gained worldwide notoriety for this artwork (which would come to be his signature style), with reproductions of various colors of this same silk-screened image. Warhol signs in black marker to the bottom right of the commemorative poster from the show, which ran from 17 February through 28 March 1971. Measures 20″ x 30″. Faint creasing to edges, overall near fine. Accompanied by the original tube from the Tate Gallery, and also with a COA from University Archives. Sold for $6,227.

Andy Warhol Twice-Signed Iconic Campbell’s Soup Can

Andy Warhol signed Campbell’s soup can, made famous by Warhol with his 1962 artwork ”Campbell’s Soup Cans”. The pop artist signs ”Andy Warhol” in black felt tip on the tomato soup label, as well as ”Andy” on the metal top of the can. Accompanied by an LOA from Daniel J. Elmergreen, caretaker in the 1980s for art patron Frank Weinstein’s home, where this can originates. In the LOA, Elmergreen writes that Warhol would often go into the cupboards of his friends’ homes to sign ”iconic brands”. Can measures 4” tall and 2.625” in diameter. Bottom lid has hole punctured, so can is empty. Rusting to metal and some discoloration to label, which is still firmly attached to the can. Overall in very good condition, rare as twice-signed and with provenance attesting to the personal nature of signatures. Sold for $3,750.

Andy Warhol Rebel Without a Cause James Dean screenprint of 190

Andy Warhol Signed Lithograph

1982 Andy Warhol signed and numbered “1851/2000” multi-color lithograph “Committee 2000.” Printed on museum board. Professionally mounted, matted. Gold metal frame. Measures 30″ x 40″ in frame; 20″ x 30″ without. A great image from the iconic Pop artist’s body of work. Purchased on April 14, 2006 for the price of $3,972.19 Detailed proof of purchase to follow via mail An excellent Andy Warhol signed lithograph. Sold for $3,675.

Andy Warhol Rebel Without a Cause James Dean screenprint of 190

Andy Warhol Gold Limited Edition Book “Exposures”

Rare leather-bound Gold Collector’s Edition of Andy Warhol’s portrait book, “Exposures.” Numbered 12/1000. Warhol signs in pencil “Andy Warhol” on limited edition page. Grosset & Dunlap: New York: 1979. Black leather-bound book includes gilt “Andy Warhol” lettering to front cover and measures 9.5″ x 11.5″. Book includes original COA from Grosset & Dunlap and the black paper cover with gold seal. Additional signed print is not included. Book is in fine condition and protective cover is in very good condition. Sold for $2,500.

Andy Warhol Rebel Without a Cause James Dean screenprint of 190
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