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MAN RAY FS II.148 – Andy Warhol

Man Ray was an American modern artist, known for his contributions to the dada and surrealist movements. Towards the later part of his career, Warhol commissioned portraits, which earned him the bulk of his income at the end of his life. His portrait of Man Ray is one of his select portraits that he did not create, because he was commissioned, rather he was inspired by his subject and considered him an influence. His portrait of the artist, who is celebrated for his contributions to the Dada and Surrealist movements, is one that commemorates Ray for his artistic genius and impact on Warhol’s own development as an artist. Hand signed and numbered in pencil on verso. Printed by Il Fauno in Milan, Italy. Published by Luciano Anselmino in Milan, Italy. Artwork is in excellent condition.

Medium: Screenprint on Strathmore Bristol Paper

Dimensions: 31.5 x 31.5 inches

Year: 1974

Edition: HC OF 20

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Andy Warhol, a leading figure in Pop Art, created vibrant works reflecting the consumer-driven culture of the mid-20th century. Known for iconic images like Campbell’s Soup cans and Marilyn Monroe portraits, Warhol used mass-production techniques, challenging traditional art boundaries. His work blurs the line between high art and popular culture, impacting contemporary art and shaping discussions on celebrity and consumerism.

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