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Mercedes-Benz C111 Experiment sequence I

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Mercedes-Benz C111 Experiment sequence I

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Artist:

Andy Warhol (American, 1928 - 1987)

Image size:

8.5" x 10"

Mat size:

16" x 20"

Care:

Avoid displaying in direct sunlight.

Materials:

archival paper/archival white mat board

Why We Love This

This wonderful work by Andy Warhol comes from a 1989 Japanese exhibition catalogue. It is an offset lithograph printed on archival paper. The work is matted and mounted in white, with archival materials.

Andy Warhol was the preeminent Pop artist of the 20th century and a master of myriad media, from film to silkscreen to drawing. Fascinated by celebrity and by beauty in its most superficial, elemental form, he made his subjects immortal and forever larger-than-life.

Why We Love This

This wonderful work by Andy Warhol comes from a 1989 Japanese exhibition catalogue. It is an offset lithograph printed on archival paper. The work is matted and mounted in white, with archival materials.

Andy Warhol was the preeminent Pop artist of the 20th century and a master of myriad media, from film to silkscreen to drawing. Fascinated by celebrity and by beauty in its most superficial, elemental form, he made his subjects immortal and forever larger-than-life.