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Northwest Coast Mask (F. & S. II.380) - Signed Print by Andy Warhol 1986 - MyArtBroker

Northwest Coast Mask (F. & S. II.380)
Signed Print

Andy Warhol


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Screenprint, 1986
Signed Print Edition of 250
H 91cm x W 91cm

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Meaning & Analysis

Northwest Coast Mask (F. & S. II.380) is one of ten graphic screen prints that compose the Cowboys And Indians series. In this series, Warhol takes archetypal figures and objects that capture America’s romanticised vision of the American West. Prints like this and Kachina Dolls (F. & S. II.381) use objects to represent tokens of native American culture and contrast with the prints of famous figures such as Geronimo and Annie Oakley. Northwest Coast Mask (F. & S. II.380) reflects Warhol's fascination with objects that are imbued with cultural significance. By rendering the traditional mask in his Pop Art style, Warhol commodifies this historical object and transforms it into a 20th century icon of popular culture.

The print was made using Warhol's signature screen printing method which he developed while working as a freelance commercial illustrator. Known for its capacity to mass-produce imagery to be widely distributed, the printing technique mirrors the way in which mass media spreads contrived imagery which can affect our understanding and perception of history.

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