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Saint Apollonia (F. & S. II.330) - Signed Print by Andy Warhol 1984 - MyArtBroker

Saint Apollonia (F. & S. II.330)
Signed Print

Andy Warhol


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Screenprint, 1984
Signed Print Edition of 250
H 76cm x W 56cm

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Meaning & Analysis

Saint Apollonia (F. & S. II.330) is one of four prints in Warhol’s collection devoted to the martyr Saint Apollonia. The collection was made towards the end of the artist’s career and reflects the artist’s exploration of religious themes and iconography.

Warhol’s earlier artworks are marked by a fascination with consumerism, celebrities  and popular culture. By the 1980s, the artist turned towards more classical subjects, drawing inspiration from Renaissance artists, as is seen in the Saint Apollonia collection and others such as The Birth of Venus and The Annunciation.

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