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ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987)

 
Andy Warhol was the indisputable father of Pop art. His works from the early 1980s are among his most refined stylistically and show the artist at the height of his practice. During this period, Warhol's compositional structure and use of color are arguably his most confident and precise. "Portrait of a Lady" (1982) is a prime example of Warhol's portraiture. His society portraits include some of his most recognizable images of the rich and famous, but the identity of this sitter is a mystery. She appears in at least one other unique portrait by Warhol. The timeless elegance of this depiction exemplifies Warhol's preoccupation with youthful beauty and the act of capturing that ideal on canvas. 
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<br>Opportunities to acquire unique Andy Warhol paintings of this size are becoming increasingly rare as they are actively sought by museums and international collectors alike. Andy Warhol was the indisputable father of Pop art. His works from the early 1980s are among his most refined stylistically and show the artist at the height of his practice. During this period, Warhol's compositional structure and use of color are arguably his most confident and precise. "Portrait of a Lady" (1982) is a prime example of Warhol's portraiture. His society portraits include some of his most recognizable images of the rich and famous, but the identity of this sitter is a mystery. She appears in at least one other unique portrait by Warhol. The timeless elegance of this depiction exemplifies Warhol's preoccupation with youthful beauty and the act of capturing that ideal on canvas. 
<br>  
<br>Opportunities to acquire unique Andy Warhol paintings of this size are becoming increasingly rare as they are actively sought by museums and international collectors alike. Andy Warhol was the indisputable father of Pop art. His works from the early 1980s are among his most refined stylistically and show the artist at the height of his practice. During this period, Warhol's compositional structure and use of color are arguably his most confident and precise. "Portrait of a Lady" (1982) is a prime example of Warhol's portraiture. His society portraits include some of his most recognizable images of the rich and famous, but the identity of this sitter is a mystery. She appears in at least one other unique portrait by Warhol. The timeless elegance of this depiction exemplifies Warhol's preoccupation with youthful beauty and the act of capturing that ideal on canvas. 
<br>  
<br>Opportunities to acquire unique Andy Warhol paintings of this size are becoming increasingly rare as they are actively sought by museums and international collectors alike. Andy Warhol was the indisputable father of Pop art. His works from the early 1980s are among his most refined stylistically and show the artist at the height of his practice. During this period, Warhol's compositional structure and use of color are arguably his most confident and precise. "Portrait of a Lady" (1982) is a prime example of Warhol's portraiture. His society portraits include some of his most recognizable images of the rich and famous, but the identity of this sitter is a mystery. She appears in at least one other unique portrait by Warhol. The timeless elegance of this depiction exemplifies Warhol's preoccupation with youthful beauty and the act of capturing that ideal on canvas. 
<br>  
<br>Opportunities to acquire unique Andy Warhol paintings of this size are becoming increasingly rare as they are actively sought by museums and international collectors alike. Andy Warhol was the indisputable father of Pop art. His works from the early 1980s are among his most refined stylistically and show the artist at the height of his practice. During this period, Warhol's compositional structure and use of color are arguably his most confident and precise. "Portrait of a Lady" (1982) is a prime example of Warhol's portraiture. His society portraits include some of his most recognizable images of the rich and famous, but the identity of this sitter is a mystery. She appears in at least one other unique portrait by Warhol. The timeless elegance of this depiction exemplifies Warhol's preoccupation with youthful beauty and the act of capturing that ideal on canvas. 
<br>  
<br>Opportunities to acquire unique Andy Warhol paintings of this size are becoming increasingly rare as they are actively sought by museums and international collectors alike. Andy Warhol was the indisputable father of Pop art. His works from the early 1980s are among his most refined stylistically and show the artist at the height of his practice. During this period, Warhol's compositional structure and use of color are arguably his most confident and precise. "Portrait of a Lady" (1982) is a prime example of Warhol's portraiture. His society portraits include some of his most recognizable images of the rich and famous, but the identity of this sitter is a mystery. She appears in at least one other unique portrait by Warhol. The timeless elegance of this depiction exemplifies Warhol's preoccupation with youthful beauty and the act of capturing that ideal on canvas. 
<br>  
<br>Opportunities to acquire unique Andy Warhol paintings of this size are becoming increasingly rare as they are actively sought by museums and international collectors alike. Andy Warhol was the indisputable father of Pop art. His works from the early 1980s are among his most refined stylistically and show the artist at the height of his practice. During this period, Warhol's compositional structure and use of color are arguably his most confident and precise. "Portrait of a Lady" (1982) is a prime example of Warhol's portraiture. His society portraits include some of his most recognizable images of the rich and famous, but the identity of this sitter is a mystery. She appears in at least one other unique portrait by Warhol. The timeless elegance of this depiction exemplifies Warhol's preoccupation with youthful beauty and the act of capturing that ideal on canvas. 
<br>  
<br>Opportunities to acquire unique Andy Warhol paintings of this size are becoming increasingly rare as they are actively sought by museums and international collectors alike. Andy Warhol was the indisputable father of Pop art. His works from the early 1980s are among his most refined stylistically and show the artist at the height of his practice. During this period, Warhol's compositional structure and use of color are arguably his most confident and precise. "Portrait of a Lady" (1982) is a prime example of Warhol's portraiture. His society portraits include some of his most recognizable images of the rich and famous, but the identity of this sitter is a mystery. She appears in at least one other unique portrait by Warhol. The timeless elegance of this depiction exemplifies Warhol's preoccupation with youthful beauty and the act of capturing that ideal on canvas. 
<br>  
<br>Opportunities to acquire unique Andy Warhol paintings of this size are becoming increasingly rare as they are actively sought by museums and international collectors alike. Andy Warhol was the indisputable father of Pop art. His works from the early 1980s are among his most refined stylistically and show the artist at the height of his practice. During this period, Warhol's compositional structure and use of color are arguably his most confident and precise. "Portrait of a Lady" (1982) is a prime example of Warhol's portraiture. His society portraits include some of his most recognizable images of the rich and famous, but the identity of this sitter is a mystery. She appears in at least one other unique portrait by Warhol. The timeless elegance of this depiction exemplifies Warhol's preoccupation with youthful beauty and the act of capturing that ideal on canvas. 
<br>  
<br>Opportunities to acquire unique Andy Warhol paintings of this size are becoming increasingly rare as they are actively sought by museums and international collectors alike. Andy Warhol was the indisputable father of Pop art. His works from the early 1980s are among his most refined stylistically and show the artist at the height of his practice. During this period, Warhol's compositional structure and use of color are arguably his most confident and precise. "Portrait of a Lady" (1982) is a prime example of Warhol's portraiture. His society portraits include some of his most recognizable images of the rich and famous, but the identity of this sitter is a mystery. She appears in at least one other unique portrait by Warhol. The timeless elegance of this depiction exemplifies Warhol's preoccupation with youthful beauty and the act of capturing that ideal on canvas. 
<br>  
<br>Opportunities to acquire unique Andy Warhol paintings of this size are becoming increasingly rare as they are actively sought by museums and international collectors alike.
Portrait of a Lady198240 x 40 in.(101.6 x 101.6 cm) polymer paint and silkscreen ink on canvas
Provenance
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, New York
Lococo Mulder/Dorothy Blau Gallery, Bal Harbour, Florida, acquired from the above
Private Collection, United States
Private Collection, Germany
Corporate Collection, Germany
Andy Warhol was the indisputable father of Pop art. His works from the early 1980s are among his most refined stylistically and show the artist at the height of his practice. During this period, Warhol's compositional structure and use of color are arguably his most confident and precise. "Portrait of a Lady" (1982) is a prime example of Warhol's portraiture. His society portraits include some of his most recognizable images of the rich and famous, but the identity of this sitter is a mystery. She appears in at least one other unique portrait by Warhol. The timeless elegance of this depiction exemplifies Warhol's preoccupation with youthful beauty and the act of capturing that ideal on canvas.

Opportunities to acquire unique Andy Warhol paintings of this size are becoming increasingly rare as they are actively sought by museums and international collectors alike.
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