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'Untitled 12' comes from a published portfolio of 12 works by various artists entitled "For Meyer Schapiro" to commemorate the occasion of his seventieth birthday at Columbia University. This dynamic print is a collage of Warhol's most iconic images including the electric chair, the soup can, and the dollar sign to name a few. This print is beautifully framed in a sleek black frame and is in mint condition.
Andy Warhol (1928-1987), is widely credited as one of the most significant artists of the 20th century. After studying design at the Carnegie Institute of Technology, Warhol moved to New York in 1949 to pursue a career as a commercial artist. Though successful, Warhol wanted to be an independent painter and in the early 1960s began to create paintings based on advertising imagery. He built his studio which would later come to be known as "The Factory," a central location for celebrities and pop artists alike throughout Warhol's career. It was here that Warhol developed his signature pop style, which employed commercial silkscreening techniques to create identical, mass-produced images on canvas. With his multiple images of soup cans, soda bottles, dollar bills and celebrities, Warhol revealed the beauty within mass culture and indisputably redefined the art world and the art historical canon.

Selected Public Collections:
Museum of Modern Art (New York, NY)
Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, NY)
Guggenheim Museum (New York, NY)
Whitney Museum of American Art (New York, NY)
Museum of Fine Arts (Boston, MA)
J. Paul Getty Museum (Los Angeles, CA)
Tate Gallery (London, UK)
National Galleries of Scotland (Edinburgh, UK)

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Catalogue Raisonné: II.120 I/I, Feldman & Schellmann
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  • Pickup Location: New York, USA
  • Shipping Dimensions: 19 x 16 in. (48.26 x 40.64 cm.)
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