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Andy Warhol: Neuschwanstein - Signed Print

Signed Print

Andy Warhol


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Screenprint, 1987
Signed Print Edition of 1200
H 85cm x W 60cm

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Critical Review

The Neuschwanstein Castle is a Neo-Romanesque palace that was built as a getaway home for King Ludwig II. After the King’s death the palace was opened up to the public and it is now a bustling tourist spot which attracts thousands of visitors each year. The castle has been used in many films and is believed to have been the inspiration for Disneyland’s Magic Castle.

Warhol was very interested in historical buildings and their grandiose architecture. Other impressive architectural feats that Warhol has depicted include the Cologne Cathedral in Germany and the Brooklyn Bridge in New York. In these prints, Warhol focuses on the buildings and their designs; in Neuschwanstein, however, Warhol captures the building from afar to show how it interacts with its majestic environment.

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