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Andy Warhol
Joseph Beuys, 1980
Silkscreen in colors
Current bid:
€ 15,000
Estimate:
€ 15,000
End: 06-15-24 15:38:00 Berlin
06-15-24 09:38:00 New York
06-15-24 06:38:00 Los Angeles ( 11h:49m)

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Lot description
Joseph Beuys. 1980.
Silkscreen in colors.
Feldman/Schellmann/Defendi II.242 I (of III). Signed and numbered. With the stamp "c Andy Warhol 1980" on the reverse. From an edition of 36 artist proofs aside from the edition of 150 copies. On Lenox cardboard. 101.6 x 81.3 cm (40 x 32 in), the full sheet.
Printed by Rupert Jasen Smith, New York (with the blindstamp). Published by Editionen Schellmann & Klüser, Munich/New York. [AW].

• From a special series characterized by a reduced expression and subtle aesthetics.
• Warhol came up with the idea for the portrait series in Beuys' acknowledged retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum, New York in 1979.
• Andy Warhol was one of the most important and most influential artists of the 20th century
.

PROVENANCE: Private collection Northern Germany.

In good condition, colors in fine impression. With a slight, barely visible rubbed spot across the image in the upper half. Center of right margin with a small finger mark from the making. With two tiny spots of flaked colors in the picture's lower part.
Andy Warhol
Joseph Beuys, 1980
Silkscreen in colors
Starting bid:
€ 15,000
Estimate
€ 15,000
End: 06-15-24 15:38:00 Berlin
06-15-24 09:38:00 New York
06-15-24 06:38:00 Los Angeles ( 11h:49m)

Please enter your maximum bid, it will only be used to the extent necessary to beat the next best bid.
Bid plus 32 % buyer's premium (differential taxation without separate VAT statement, sales tax certificate upon request) and droit de suite charge without VAT.
Self pick-up: free of charge,
insured shipping:
within Germany 110,24 €,
within the EU countries 348,22 €,
outside the EU countries on request.


After entering your maximum bid you will be able to check your entry and you will be provided with further information. Only after a further confirmation your bid will be binding.