Two Golden Mona Lisas (Large) Print Andy Warhol
Two Golden Mona Lisas (Large) Print Andy Warhol
Two Golden Mona Lisas (Large) Print Andy Warhol
Two Golden Mona Lisas (Large) Print Andy Warhol
Two Golden Mona Lisas (Large) Print Andy Warhol
Two Golden Mona Lisas (Large) Print Andy Warhol
Two Golden Mona Lisas (Large) Print Andy Warhol
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Two Golden Mona Lisas (Large)

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Dimensions: 33 x 51 Inches / 84 x 130 cm (Large)

Medium: Offset Lithograph on heavy smooth fine art paper (out of publication)

Provenance: Publishing information on bottom of print. Officially licensed by the Andy Warhol Foundation. Original artwork produced in 1980.

Edition: Limited Edition of 2500

Year: 1993

Condition: Print is in excellent condition which is rare to find! The textures, paintbrush strokes, and blemishes are part of the artwork, NOT surface wear.

 

ABOUT THE ART

In 1963, Leonardo da Vinci's The Mona Lisa was exhibited for the first time in New York, launching a media frenzy that caught the attention of Andy Warhol. Amused by the hype of the portrait, Warhol unveiled his own version of the art historical sensation, repeating her smiling face 30 times in Thirty Are Better Than One (1963). In the 1980s, Warhol returned to the greats of art history, obsessively creating his own Pop renditions of masterworks by the Renaissance painters Sandro Botticelli, Piero Della Francesca, Lucas Cranach the Elder, and Paolo Uccello, as well as the Modern icons Giorgio de Chirico, Henri Matisse, Edvard Munch, and Pablo Picasso. Through his reproductions of iconic works, Warhol showed that a famous artwork can be just as commoditized as a can of Campbells soup.