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    Marilyn Monroe by Andy Warhol (Tate Gallery, 1971). Rolled, Fine/Very Fine. British Art Gallery Poster (20" X 30"). Miscellaneous.
    This poster was used to advertise the 1971 exhibition of Andy Warhol paintings and prints at the Tate Gallery in London. This image of Marilyn Monroe was originally painted by Warhol in 1962 and comes from The Marilyn Diptych, a silkscreen painting which has 50 image variations, a set of 50 images based on a single publicity photo of Monroe from the 1953 film Niagara. Signs of handling include edge wear, slight creasing, faint surface scuffs, and unobtrusive smudges and stains. Also visible are minor tears, soft folds, and light foxing. Rolled, Fine/Very Fine.


    Estimate: $800 - $1,600.

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    July
    5th Friday
    Auction Dates
    July
    27th-28th Saturday-Sunday
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    15 Days
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