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Jane Fonda (F. & S. II.268) - Signed Print by Andy Warhol 1982 - MyArtBroker

Jane Fonda (F. & S. II.268)
Signed Print

Andy Warhol

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Screenprint, 1982
Signed Print Edition of 100
H 102cm x W 81cm

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Meaning & Analysis

Telling of his fascination with the concept of fame, this portrait immortalises Fonda as the celebrity sex symbol of her time, who remains part of American pop culture today. Characteristic of Warhol’s late graphic style, Fonda’s voluminous hair is contoured by multicoloured hand-drawn lines and a dark rectangle frames the actresses face. This composition works to focus entirely on Fonda’s beautiful facial features as Warhol adds a pop of red to her lips and bright blue to her eyes. Set against a royal blue background, this portrait exudes elegance and glamour.

Reminiscent of Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor series (1964) this print exemplifies the power of Warhol’s simplified, graphic style that hinted at notions of immeasurable celebrity and unattainable beauty. By using the method of screen printing whereby the print can be distributed widely, Warhol democratises the image of fame. This is compounded by the fact that this particular print Jane Fonda (F. & S. II. 268), was created with the intent of raising money for a charitable cause.

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