15 minutes of fame

Dennis Hopper (American, 1936 - 2012).
Andy Warhol and members of The Factory.
Gelatin silver print. Signed, dated 1964, and numbered 15/15 en verso.

Dennis Hopper (American, 1936 - 2012).

Andy Warhol and members of The Factory.

Gelatin silver print. Signed, dated 1964, and numbered 15/15 en verso.

SAS Passenger Ticket [F. & S. 20]
Silkscreen printed in colors.
Pencil signed and dated “Andy Warhol, 1968” en verso.

SAS Passenger Ticket [F. & S. 20]

Silkscreen printed in colors.

Pencil signed and dated “Andy Warhol, 1968” en verso.

Campbell’s Soup I: Green Pea [F. & S. II.50], 1968.
Screenprint in colors. Signed “Andy Warhol” in ball-point pen and numbered 87/250 en verso.
Monday, March 17, 1980 - Washington D.C. - New York
"Well, it was St. Paddy’s day. Bob ordered breakfast up. I didn’t have a good sleep. We watched the Match Game and it was a fast round where the answer was “Andy Warhol” and one person was guessing “Peter Max” and then “Soup Can” and then “Pop Artist.
Our breakfast was cancelled at the White House. I guess the Carter administration doesn’t want to see us any more because I did the Ted Kennedy poster. But we were glad we didn’t have to be up so early to be over there at 7:30. We slept till 11:30.” 
Excerpt from The Andy Warhol Diaries, page 271.

Campbell’s Soup I: Green Pea [F. & S. II.50], 1968.

Screenprint in colors. Signed “Andy Warhol” in ball-point pen and numbered 87/250 en verso.

Monday, March 17, 1980 - Washington D.C. - New York

"Well, it was St. Paddy’s day. Bob ordered breakfast up. I didn’t have a good sleep. We watched the Match Game and it was a fast round where the answer was “Andy Warhol” and one person was guessing “Peter Max” and then “Soup Can” and then “Pop Artist.

Our breakfast was cancelled at the White House. I guess the Carter administration doesn’t want to see us any more because I did the Ted Kennedy poster. But we were glad we didn’t have to be up so early to be over there at 7:30. We slept till 11:30.” 

Excerpt from The Andy Warhol Diaries, page 271.

Gem, 1979.
Screenprint in colors.
Stamped by the Andy Warhol Authentication Board, Inc. and numbered ‘A369.076’ en verso.

Gem, 1979.

Screenprint in colors.

Stamped by the Andy Warhol Authentication Board, Inc. and numbered ‘A369.076’ en verso.

Chanel, 1985.
Screenprint in colors, edition 100/190.
Pencil signed “Andy Warhol” LL.

Chanel, 1985.

Screenprint in colors, edition 100/190.

Pencil signed “Andy Warhol” LL.

Queen Margarethe II of Denmark {Reigning Queens, 1985].
Color screenprint with diamond dust.
Signed and numbered “R 15/30 Andy Warhol” LL.

Queen Margarethe II of Denmark {Reigning Queens, 1985].

Color screenprint with diamond dust.

Signed and numbered “R 15/30 Andy Warhol” LL.

Shoes.
Screenprint in colors with diamond dust. 
Pencil signed “Andy Warhol”, numbered AP 5/10, and dated 1980 en verso.

Shoes.

Screenprint in colors with diamond dust. 

Pencil signed “Andy Warhol”, numbered AP 5/10, and dated 1980 en verso.

Untitled [Pillows].
Four gelatin silver prints stitched together with thread. 
Pencil signed and dated “Andy Warhol, 1986” en verso.

Untitled [Pillows].

Four gelatin silver prints stitched together with thread. 

Pencil signed and dated “Andy Warhol, 1986” en verso.

Electric Chair, 1971. 
Screenprint in colors.
Pencil signed “Andy Warhol” and numbered 84/250 LR.

Electric Chair, 1971. 

Screenprint in colors.

Pencil signed “Andy Warhol” and numbered 84/250 LR.

Heart.
Acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas.
Executed in 1979, this work is stamped by the Estate of Andy Warhol and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. and numbered PA86.015 en verso.

Heart.

Acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas.

Executed in 1979, this work is stamped by the Estate of Andy Warhol and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. and numbered PA86.015 en verso.