Synthetic polymer- and screen printing ink on c...
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Portrait of a Lady (Natalie Sparber). 1984. Synthetic polymer- and screen printing ink on canvas. Verso of the folded canvas with the hand-written number "PO 50273", the estate stamp and the stamp of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. as well as with the hand-written inscription "VP". Stretcher also with the hand-written number "PO 50.273" and a second hand-written number "10-980-2903". 102 x 102 cm (40.1 x 40.1 in).
• The same year Warhol also portrayed Michael Jackson, Grace Kelly and Prince • Reflects the glamor of the 1980s • Female portraits count among the artist's most sought-after works • Unique object.
With a photo expertise issued by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc., New York, on September 13, 2002.
PROVENANCE: Galerie Rudolf Budja, Salzburg. Private collection Southern Germany (acquired from aforementioned).
"Would you portray anyone who has the money? - Yes, and I would portray anyone who doesn't have the money." Andy Warhol in 1976 in a conversation with Glenn O'Brien. Quote from: Exhibition cat. Andy Warhol. The Late Work, Museum Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf, February 14 - May 31, 2004, p. 61.