Andy Warhol Ladies & Gentlemen F&S II.128-137 1975 Set of 10 Signed Artist Proofs

Andy Warhol Ladies & Gentlemen F&S II.128-137 1975 Set of 10 Signed Artist Proofs Hollywood

Andy Warhol Ladies & Gentlemen F&S II.128-137 1975 Set of 10 Signed Artist Proofs

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Item description:
    • Andy Warhol
    • Ladies and Gentlemen (F. & S. II.128-137) 1975 set of ten screenprints in colors
    • 125 portfolios printed in total (H 43.38 in. x W 28.88 in.) + 25 smaller artist proofs (H 3.75 in. x W 5.75 in.) for Warhol, his agent and entourage
    • this portfolio is not numbered and is therefore, one of the 25 smaller artist proofs offered (yes …as a gift) to his biggest clients to announce the original pieces release
    • each one is hand signed by Warhol in black felt tip marker, which was customary for him in 1975
    • This collection of 10 signed serigraphs was purchased in Italy from the gallery Bertolami Arts
    • The certificate, the invoice and the complete file that was part of the sale will be included with the collection
    • signed
    • framed
    • dimensions: h 3.75' x w 5.75'
    • dimensions framed: h 12 3/8' x w 10 3/8'
    • provenance included
    • The 1970s represented the height of Studio 54 as the United States entered a more liberal mindset. During this time, the homosexual and drag community began boldly embracing their sexuality. This atmosphere inspired Warhol to create a series of 10 screen prints titled Ladies and Gentlemen, 1975
    • The idea for the series originally came from art dealer Luciano Anselmino. Under Warhol’s direction, Bob Colacello, editor of Interview magazine, selected the most beautiful Black and Hispanic Drag Queens from a night club in Greenwich Village called The Gilded Grape. Warhol was undeniably fascinated by these performers who represented self-fashioned personas in a glamorous, exhibitionist manner. He took their portrait with a Polaroid Big Shot camera and then transferred the image onto silk screen. This series was first exhibited in Italy at the Palazzo di Diamante
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