15 minutes of fame

Black on Black Retrospective.
Synthetic polymer paint and silkscreen ink on canvas. 
Signed “Andy Warhol”, titled, and dated 1979 en verso.

Black on Black Retrospective.

Synthetic polymer paint and silkscreen ink on canvas. 

Signed “Andy Warhol”, titled, and dated 1979 en verso.

Diamond Dust Shadow.
Acrylic and diamond dust on canvas. 
Signed and dated “Andy Warhol, 1980” on the overlap.

Diamond Dust Shadow.

Acrylic and diamond dust on canvas. 

Signed and dated “Andy Warhol, 1980” on the overlap.

Brillo Box, 1964.
Silkscreen ink and house paint on plywood.
Stamped by the Estate of Andy Warhol and numbered “A1094.107” on the underside.

Brillo Box, 1964.

Silkscreen ink and house paint on plywood.

Stamped by the Estate of Andy Warhol and numbered “A1094.107” on the underside.

Michael Jackson, 1984.
Acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas. Stamped twice with estate and foundation seals en verso.
Wednesday, February 2, 1977.
"Dropped Catherine off (cab $3). Went home and did some work, then at 11:00 Catherine and I went over to Regine’s to interview Michael Jackson of the Jackson 5. He’s very tall now, but he has a really high voice. He had a big guy with him, maybe a bodyguard, and the girl from The Wiz. The whole situation was funny because Catherine and I didn’t know anything about Michael Jackson, really, and he didn’t know anything about me - he thought I was a poet or something like that. So he was asking questions that nobody who knew me would ask - like if I was married, if I had any kids, if my mother was alive….”
Excerpt from The Andy Warhol Diaries, page 20.

Michael Jackson, 1984.

Acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas. Stamped twice with estate and foundation seals en verso.

Wednesday, February 2, 1977.

"Dropped Catherine off (cab $3). Went home and did some work, then at 11:00 Catherine and I went over to Regine’s to interview Michael Jackson of the Jackson 5. He’s very tall now, but he has a really high voice. He had a big guy with him, maybe a bodyguard, and the girl from The Wiz. The whole situation was funny because Catherine and I didn’t know anything about Michael Jackson, really, and he didn’t know anything about me - he thought I was a poet or something like that. So he was asking questions that nobody who knew me would ask - like if I was married, if I had any kids, if my mother was alive….”

Excerpt from The Andy Warhol Diaries, page 20.

Self-portrait in drag. 
Polaroid, stamped © Andy Warhol LR.

Self-portrait in drag. 

Polaroid, stamped © Andy Warhol LR.

Trucci.
Blue-black ballpoint pen on paper.
Dedicated and signed “To Trucci | Andy Warhol” LR. Executed circa 1955.

Trucci.

Blue-black ballpoint pen on paper.

Dedicated and signed “To Trucci | Andy Warhol” LR. Executed circa 1955.

Skull.
Synthetic polymer paint and silkscreen ink on canvas. 
Signed and dated “Andy Warhol, 1976” en verso.

Skull.

Synthetic polymer paint and silkscreen ink on canvas. 

Signed and dated “Andy Warhol, 1976” en verso.

Duane Michals (American, Born 1932).
Jean Seberg and Andy Warhol’s “Elvis”.
Gelatin silver print. Signed, annotated, and dated 1963 en verso.

Duane Michals (American, Born 1932).

Jean Seberg and Andy Warhol’s “Elvis”.

Gelatin silver print. Signed, annotated, and dated 1963 en verso.

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Interlocking cut bronze panels.

Signed and dated “Andy Warhol, ‘81” LR of one panel.

Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands [Royal Series].
Silkscreen printed in colors with diamond dust.
Signed, numbered, and dated “Andy Warhol, 1985, AP 1/5” LR.

Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands [Royal Series].

Silkscreen printed in colors with diamond dust.

Signed, numbered, and dated “Andy Warhol, 1985, AP 1/5” LR.