Andy Warhol' Completed Works
Multiples Collection of Warhol's Pop-Art
You can find a detailed biography of Andy Warhol and his work on this page. According to The Andy Warhol Foundation, Andy produced over 100,000 pieces of art made up of drawings, offset prints, paintings, photographs, silkscreens, record album covers, illustrations, wallpaper, sculpture, window displays, ads, and more.
Page 2 — Warhol's "Multiples" (or "Montages")
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[a href="warren/images/photoEdits/warhol/johnLennon-BandW.jpg" target="_blank"]The black and white photograph[/a] that Warhol used is by Iain Macmilan, who also took the Beatles' 'Abbey Road' cover shot. Warhol used the same shot for both the orange portrait on the cover and the pink one on the reverse. The record was released in November 1986; Warhol died three-and-a-half months later in February of 1987.
Auction results: In November 2014, bidding on Andy Warhol's 'Triple Elvis (Ferus Type)' soared at Christie's in New York. At nearly 7-feet tall and taken from a publicity shot for the King's 1960 movie 'Flaming Star,' the painting — featuring three identical images of the musician in a gun-slinging pose — topped out at $81,925,000 USD, ahead of Warhol's 'Four Marlon' (shown below), which came in at $69.6 million USD. [a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7XEwkfHJyY&spfreload=10" target="_blank"]View the bidding activity the bidding activity at Christie's[/a].
Auction results: In March 2011, Christie's in London sold the complete set of ten 'Mao' colored '72 screenprints (on Beckett High White paper; each signed in blue ball-point pen on the reverse; stamp-numbered 39/250) for $770,963 USD.
Chanel No. 5
Auction results: Christie's in London (March 2011) sold a 1982 'Dollar Sign' multiple of nine screenprint (in colors; on Lenox Museum Board; 40 by 32 in. [1010 by 808 mm.]; signed in pencil; numbered 9/35) for $98,123 USD.
Auction results: In September 2010, Christie's in London sold a 1985 multiple of 'Queen Elizabeth II' (set of four; in colors; with diamond dust; on Lenox Museum Board; 39.4 by 31.5 in. [1000 by 800 mm.]; signed in pencil; inscribed and numbered 'R AP 4/5') for $225,138 USD. (See auction results for a single print [a href="photoEdit_warhol1.html" target="_blank"]on WCD's 'Warhol's Singles' page[/a].)
Queen Elizabeth II
Learn about this first of Warhol's self-portraits and its upcoming Christie's auction [a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAdAJ8tjNx4&spfreload=10" target="blank"]by watching this four-minute video[/a].
Auction results: On November 12, 2012, Christie's in New York auctioned this 1979 'Cantaloupes II' screenprint (in colors; on Strathmore Bristol paper; 30 by 40 in. (762 by 1016 mm.]; a trial proof, presumably a unique version of this composition [the edition was 150]) for $21,250 USD.
Space Fruit (Cantaloupes II)
See Warren Camp's Warhol-effect creations — singles and multiples of Mother Teresa, Ann Curry, Steve Jobs, Mahatma Gandhi, Princess Diana, Nelson Mandela, and more — [a href="http://www.warrencampdesign.com/photoEdit_warhol3.html" target="_blank"]on this next page[/a].
Princess Caroline of Monaco
Warhol worked obsessively for more than a year on this series, producing more than a hundred 'Last Supper' paintings, both silkscreened and hand-painted, that were some of the largest paintings of his career. The Milan exhibition that opened in January 1987 with a set of twenty-two silkscreens, was the last exhibition for the artist, who died a month later. It's also the largest series of religious-themed works by any US artist!
Auction results: Bukowskis in Sweden sold a similar 'Last Supper' print (synthetic polymer paint and silkscreen; on canvas; 40.2 in. square [102.1 cm. square]) for $7,340,000 USD.
Auction results: A 'Marx Brothers' screenprint (in colors; on Lenox Museum Board; 40 by 32 in. [101.5 by 81.2 cm.]) sold for $40,000 USD at Sotheby's in New York in May 2008.
The Marx Brothers
Auction results: In November 2012, Christie's in New York sold a single 'Repent and Sin No More! (Positive)' (synthetic polymer paint and silkscreen inks on canvas; 20 by 16 in. [50.8 by 40.6 cm.]; numbered 'PA10.289' [on the overlap] and 'PA10.289' [on the stretcher]) for $80,500 USD.
Double Repent and Sin No More!
Two Diane Keatons
Auction results: In May 2011, Phillips Auctioneers in New York sold a single 'Hamburger' (acrylic and silkscreen inks on canvas; 10 by 12 in. [25.4 by 30.5 cm.]; signed 'To Robert, Love Andy Warhol 86' on the overlap; numbered 'A106.111' on the overlap) for $86,500 USD.
Auction results: In October 2011, Sotheby's in London auctioned and sold a 1985–1986 'The Mark of the Bast — Negative and Positive' (acrylic and silkscreen inks on canvas; in two parts; each 20 by 16 in. [50.8 by 40.6 cm.]; numbered 'PA10.027' and 'PA10.263' on the overlap) for $154,660 USD
Double Mark of the Beast
Auction results: Warhol took the top spot in a 2011 Sotheby's auction. His 1964 'Sixteen Jackies,' a silkscreen canvas of 16 panels brought $20.2 million with fees. Only two people bid to buy the painting, which ended up going to an unidentified telephone bidder.
Auction results: In November 2014, Andy Warhol's 'Four Marlons' sold at Christie's New York for $69.6 million USD. [a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v9TQFVJNAFI&spfreload=10" target="_blank"]View the bidding activity at Christie's in New York[/a].
Mercedes 400 Tourenwagen (1925)
Auction results: In November 2007, Christie's in New York sold this 1986 'Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Coupé, 1954' (synthetic polymer and silkscreen inks on canvas; 60.125 by 50.25 in. [152.5 by 127.5 cm.]; signed and dated 'Andy Warhol 1986' on the overlap) for $2,505,000 USD.
Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Coupé (1954)
Warhol made various wallpapers as a part of his work: 'Cow' [Pink on Yellow] (1966), 'Cow' [Yellow on Blue] (1971), '[a href="warren/images/photoEdits/warhol/mao-Wallpaper.jpg" target="_blank"]Mao[/a]' (1974), 'Washington Monument' (1974), 'Self-Portrait' (1978), and 'Fish' (1983). (Note: Warhol's wallpapers have never been commercially available. They've been used only in museum installations of Warhol's work.)
'Cow' on blue background
Auction results: Christie's auction house in London sold the set of ten promotional cards in 2010 for $1,216 USD. In 2014 Christie's in New York sold screenprints of all ten for $461,000 USD.
Auction results: According to [a href="http://www.economist.com/node/14941229" target="_blank"]The Economist[/a], 'Eight Elvises' did not leave the home of first-time owner Annibale Berlingieri, a Roman collector, for 40 years; but in autumn 2008, it sold for more than $100 million USD, in a deal brokered by Philippe Ségalot, the French art consultant. That sale was a world record for Warhol and a benchmark that only four other artists — Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, Vincent van Gogh, Pierre-August Renoir, Willem De Kooning, and Gustav Klimt — have ever achieved.
Eight Elvises, 1963
To Warhol, part of defining a niche was defining subject matter. It was the gallerist Muriel Latow who came up with the ideas for both the soup cans and Warhol's dollar-sign paintings. On November 23, 1961 Warhol wrote Latow a check for $50 which, according to the 2009 Warhol biography, Pop, The Genius of Warhol, was payment for coming up with the idea of the soup cans as subject matter. For his first major exhibition, Warhol painted his famous cans of Campbell's Soup, which he claimed to have had for lunch for most of his life. The work sold for $10,000 at an auction on November 17, 1971, at Sotheby's in New York.
32 Campbell's Soup Cans, 1962
Three Pages of Warhol Work
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