Andy Warhol entered the world of Pop Art after he became an illustrator for Glamour magazine. In 1961, he drifted away from conventional art and began working on his own style. His paintings often focused on mass-produced commercial goods, distorted advertisements, and popular culture figures. The upcoming sale, presented by Artsy and Capsule Auctions, will present a piece by Warhol depicting Queen Margrethe II of Denmark.
This auction of 32 fine art pieces includes works from Ugo Rondinone, Richard Hamilton, and Jim Shaw. The available Shaw piece shows a surreal depiction of a nautilus. He is known for his experiments with a range of styles, from Surrealism to Pop Art. Finding inspiration in comic books, pulp novels, rock albums, and thrift store paintings, the artist works with a wide range of visual imagery. Another item in the sale is titled Not Guilty by an artist commonly known as Mr. Brainwash. Using a humorous approach to art, his paintings frequently incorporate cartoonish iconography and slogans. To view the complete catalog and register to bid online, visit Artsy.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (32)
# of Lots:32
Price Range:$200 - $14,000.
Interesting lots include:
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