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Details about  Original Pop Art , Flowers in vase, signed Andy Warhol with COA

Original Pop Art , Flowers in vase, signed Andy Warhol with COA See original listing
Original-Pop-Art-Flowers-in-vase-signed-Andy-Warhol-with-COA
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Item condition:
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Ended:
Aug 03, 2012 13:24:34 PDT
Winning bid:
US $255.00
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Item location:
Slovakia - London, Slovakia

Description

eBay item number:
251110708616
Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing.

Item specifics

Original/Reproduction:

Original

Subject:

Flowers in vase

Listed By:

Dealer or Reseller

Style:

Pop Art

Signed?:

Signed

Size Type/Largest Dimension:

Small (Up to 14")

Medium:

Watercolor

 
Andy Warhol - Flowers

Here I am selling small collection of artwork consisting of various drawings and a few paintings by different artists. Some pieces include paperwork and some are sold without documentation. The pieces are mostly unframed and in good condition . For futher informatiaon please read below.


Descriprion of the artwork:


The presented painting is created in watercolor and ink on paper. It showcases a vase of flowers flowers placed agains well toned natural backround. Warhol's got a rich history of floral art. It the 1950's he made drawings of flowers in the traditional representation of still life. Bottled-line daisies, roses and gold foiled irises appeared in his early commissioned artworks and book illustrations. He returned again and again to depictiong the floral theme, for example in 1974 he produced series of works based on Japanese ikebana arrangements.
The paper looks aged. Signature Andy Warhol in the lower right quadrant.  Size of the painting is 8.8 x 7.6 inch. The presented work is generally
in excellent condition and the work maintains its rich colors.




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Documents accompanying the artwork are :

Registration with the National Fine Arts Title Registration

 + Certificate of Authenticity (Doc. which accompanied the artwork from the previous sale)

 + Tansfer of ownership to the winning bidder

 + Tansfer of registration to the winning bidder




For more details regarding work and documentation please view images.



Terms of sale:

The artwork has been described to the best of my ability.The artwork is sold in the manner of or after the artist. I guarantee this artwork to be original one of a kind, not a print or a lithograph. It has been done by hand. This is an as-is auction.  The winning bidder gets all the paperwork which is stated in the description.






Dont miss a chance to own this Beautiful Pop ArT Painting 



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Andy Warhol - work and life


Andy Warhol (August 6, 1928 - February 22, 1987) was an American painter and major figure in the pop art movement.
Warhol was born Andrew Warhola in Pittsburgh, PA, United States, to Slovakian immigrants of Ruthenian ethnicity. He showed early artistic talent, and studied commercial art at the Carnegie Institute of Technology (now known as Carnegie Mellon University) in Pittsburgh. Upon graduating in 1949, he relocated to New York City and began a successful career in magazine illustration and advertising. He became well-known mainly for his whimsical ink drawings of shoes, done in a loose, blotted style.
In the 1960s, he started to make paintings of famous American products like Campbell's soup cans and Coca-Cola. He switched to silkscreen prints, seeking not only to make art of mass produced items, but to mass produce the art itself. He hired and supervised "art workers" engaged in making prints, shoes, films, and other items at his studio, The Factory, located on Union Square in New York City. The Factory became a meeting place of artists and would-be artists such as Mick Jagger, Lou Reed and Truman Capote. Warhol became the manager of the influential New York rock band The Velvet Underground in 1965.
On June 3, 1968, Valerie Solanas, one of the Factory regulars, shot Warhol and nearly killed him. She entered his studio and fired three shots. Although the first two rounds missed, her third shot sent a bullet through Warhol's left lung, spleen, stomach, liver, esophagus and right lung. Solanas then turned the gun on a companion of Warhol, injuring his thigh. Although Warhol survived these injuries, he never fully recovered. Solanas later explained that "he had too much control over my life."
In 1970s and 1980s he mainly made prints of famous people such as Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley.
Besides being a painter, Warhol also made movies. Between 1963 and 1968, he made more than sixty films. His most famous one is Sleep (1963), which shows a man (John Giorno, at a time, in a relationship with Warhol) sleeping for eight hours. In the 35 minute film Blow Job (1963), he shows the face of a man receiving fellatio. The character of Warhol has also been played by Crispin Glover,David Bowie and Jared Harris in the films The Doors, Basquiat and I Shot Andy Warhol, respectively.
A fashion magazine, which still exists today, called Interview was created by him. The loopy handwriting identifying it as such is thought to be either his or his mothers', who would often do text work for his early commercial pieces.
Warhol used to socialize at Serendipity, a club in New York City. The Andy Warhol Museum is located in the North Shore district of Pittsburgh, PA. It is the largest American art museum dedicated to a single artist.
Andy was generally regarded as very quiet and a meticulous observer. More than one person, half-kidding, referred to him as "death warmed over". He had a keen eye for art in general and is credited with crystallizing the deceptively simple notion that, if you simply point at something and call it "art", it is. He was as openly gay as he could be for the time, idolizing many male friends and workers in his private art and collections. An organized collector, he tossed practically every piece of paper, fan mail and magazine related to his fame, along with personal notes, (gay) porn and misc. artifacts into boxes, numbered them, and set them aside. He amassed many hundreds. Much of these exist today and are available for research at his Pittsburgh museum.
A kind person at heart, he would regularly volunteer at the homeless shelters in New York, particularly during the busier times of year (holidays, etc), when he found the time.
Warhol died in New York, NY, United States, following routine gall bladder surgery. He is interred at St. John the Baptist Catholic Cemetery south of Pittsburgh. Fellow artist Yoko Ono was among the speakers at his funeral.

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