Andy Warhol Prints

Andy Warhol (1928-1987) expresses American Popular culture through his art beginning in the 1960s following his prior career as a magazine illustrator. The Pittsburgh born Pop Artist is most known for his colourful portraits of celebrities from musician Elvis Presley to actor John Wayne, from the style icon Jackie O. to sex symbol Marilyn Monroe.

His repetitive style, based on photo-booth photographs, in which his work is often seen, comments on American consumer culture, through use of images such as the Coca-Cola bottle and the infamous Campbell's soup can.

Flowers, FS II.73

Galerie Fluegel-Roncak

Flowers, FS II.64

Galerie Fluegel-Roncak

Flowers, FS II.67

Galerie Fluegel-Roncak

John Gotti - UNIQUE (set of 5)

Revolver Gallery

Mao II.93

Revolver Gallery

Space Fruit: Still Lifes Cantaloupes I

Robert Fontaine Gallery

Mao II.93

Revolver Gallery

Love II.312

Revolver Gallery

Tattoo Woman Holding Rose

Michael Lisi/Contemporary Art

Washington Monument

Michael Lisi/Contemporary Art

20th Anniversary (Montreux Jazz Festival)

Michael Lisi/Contemporary Art

Campbell's Tomato Soup (Shopping Bag)

Michael Lisi/Contemporary Art

Flash - November 22, 1963 (JFK)

Michael Lisi/Contemporary Art

Illustration for ‘Auto Poesie:en Cavale de Bloomington’

Roy Lichtenstein

Sims Reed Gallery (IFPDA)

My Nights in Santa Monica

Jim Dine

Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art

Flag (Large) From: '1st Etchings, 2nd State'

Jasper Johns

Sims Reed Gallery (IFPDA)