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Siberian Tiger

Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh 1928 - New York 1987)


Siberian Tiger

Lot-No. 220

Proceeds : 45.800,00 €


1983, silkscreen in colours, 96,5 x 96,5 cm, lo. le. autographed with pencil Andy Warhol as well as num. 27/150, lo. ri. blindstamp, on the reverse copyright stamp with date 1983 as well as inscribed "Publisher: Ronald Feldman Fine Arts Inc. New York", upper margin glued to the mount, unframed. - Cat. rais.: Feldman/Schellmann II, 297. - From the portfolio "Endangered Species". - The portfolio with ten endangered species in an edition of only 150 copies was created by Warhol at the suggestion of the New York gallery owner Ronald Feldman and his wife who were early environmental activists. - Painter, graphic artist, film-maker a. editor, one of the most important exponents of pop art, his serial works depicting consumer goods a. celebrities are still among the icons of contemporary art.

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Andy Warhol: Siberian Tiger


Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh 1928 - New York 1987)

Siberian Tiger

Lot-No. 220

Proceeds : 45.800,00 €

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1983, silkscreen in colours, 96,5 x 96,5 cm, lo. le. autographed with pencil Andy Warhol as well as num. 27/150, lo. ri. blindstamp, on the reverse copyright stamp with date 1983 as well as inscribed "Publisher: Ronald Feldman Fine Arts Inc. New York", upper margin glued to the mount, unframed. - Cat. rais.: Feldman/Schellmann II, 297. - From the portfolio "Endangered Species". - The portfolio with ten endangered species in an edition of only 150 copies was created by Warhol at the suggestion of the New York gallery owner Ronald Feldman and his wife who were early environmental activists. - Painter, graphic artist, film-maker a. editor, one of the most important exponents of pop art, his serial works depicting consumer goods a. celebrities are still among the icons of contemporary art.

Siberian Tiger