Andy Warhol 1930-1987.

(Paris) Editions MH', 1987. Unperforated sheet of 25 four-color silkscreen stamps on white card stock with printed perforation. Stamps: 5 x 3 cm; cardboard: 27, 3 x 18, 1 cm.

EUR 1,500.00

Stamped 000044 in an unspedified edition on lower right edge; signed in pencil along right edge. Mounted on 47,3 x 33,8 cm white mat. The image is Andy Warhol's 1967 self-portrait.
During this American episode, where he hangs out at the FACTORY and rubs shoulders with the avant-garde of his time, he discovers screen printing and photography. On his return to France in 1966, in addition to a painful passage under the flags, compulsory conscription, in terms of artistic production, the company was not as progressive as on the other side of the Atlantic and no one expected it.