1964: Flowers. Exhibited on the occasion of Leo Castelli gallery exhibition. 

 The Works of Andy Warhol Flowers were created by the artist in 1964 and exhibited for the first time at the Leo Castelli Gallery in NY.

    1.    Flowers, 1980

Silkscreen on paper, 40x83 cm

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    2.    Flowers, 1964 

Silkscreen on paper with original dedication and signature on rear

91x91 cm

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1962: Exhibition at Ferus Gallery L.A. of Warhol’s Campbell soup.

Soup Noodle, Soup Oyster Stew, Soup Chicken.

    3.    Campbell’s Soup, 1969

Unauthorized reproduction “This is not by me” series

Silkscreen on paper with original dedication and signature on rear

88,9x58,4cm

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Campbell's Soup Cans, also known as 32 Campbell's Soup Cans, is a 1962 work of art by Andy Warhol. 

Printed by New York's Sunday by Morning printing house they are stamped on the back, with Warhol's ironic "This is not by Me" writing and original signature.

1962.: Death of Marylin Monroe

    4.    Marilyn, 1984

Screen printing on paper with original signature and ironic dedication on the back

84,5x84,5 cm

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     5.    Marylin, 1970

Unauthorized reproduction “This is not by me” serie

Silkscreen on paper with original dedication and signature on rear

84,5x84,5

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46x46 cm

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    6.    Marilyn Binhold, 1980

Exhibition’s invitation. Silkscreen on paper with original signature

   7. Skateboard Marilyn, 2015

Silkscreen on skateboard. Limited edition Andy Warhol Foundation, New York, Private Collection Ed. 58/100

68x86cm

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    8.   Liz Taylor, 1965

Silkscreen on paper with original signature. Black and white. Author proof/author test

58x58 cm

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    9.    The last supper, 1987

Silkscreen on paper with original signature

51x50 cm

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Warhol's The Last Supper owes its beginning in part to legendary trader Alexandre Iolas. It was Iolas who, as early as 1952, had seen the potential in Warhol's drawings, and who had organized his first solo exhibition. It is a strange coincidence that Iolas's exhibition of images of Warhol's Last Supper would have been the artist's last in 1987 before his death.

   10.    Mao Tse Tung, 1986

Unauthorized reproduction series “This is not by me”

Silkscreen on paper with original signature on front, 

96x96 cm

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