Jane Fonda (FS II.268)
By Andy Warhol
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Reference: (FS II.268)
Edition size: Edition of 100, 25 AP, 3 PP, 25 TP
Sheet size: 40″ x 32″ inches
Title: Jane Fonda (FS II.268)
Medium: Screenprint on Lenox Museum Board.
Size: 40″ x 32″
Edition: Edition of 100, 25 AP, 3 PP, 25 TP, signed and numbered in pencil; some prints are also signed by Jane Fonda.
Jane Fonda 268 Trial Print was the celebrity sex symbol of her time and remains part of American pop culture to this day. Fonda rose to fame in the 1960s for her roles in Cat Ballou (1965) and Barbarella (1968). Later in her career, she began to devote much of her time to political activism. In 1982, Warhol offered this print as part of a fundraiser for Fonda’s then husband, Tom Hayden. The image is reminiscent of Warhol’s earlier portraits of movie stars, Liz Taylor and Marilyn Monroe. This Trial Print originally belonged to Martin Lawrence Galleries in New York.