A Buyer’s Guide to Andy Warhol

While his paintings reach record prices at auction, Warhol’s prints offer a much more accessible starting point for collectors. Before you buy, however, here are a few important points to consider.

Famed for his commercial approach to art and adoption […]

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The Seller’s Guide to Warhol

“…good business is the best art,” – Andy Warhol
When it comes to selling artworks by Warhol, MyArtBroker have mastered the art of good business. Here we share some of the  most important things to consider when entering the Warhol market, as […]

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5 things you didn’t know about Andy Warhol’s Flowers

In 1964 Andy Warhol, the famed American Pop artist interested in the world of commercialisation, turned to the traditional genre of still life in his series Flowers. Though flowers are not outwardly commercial subjects, this series of works quickly became one of his most well-known. And for good reason – not only because of their multitude. Warhol was known to turn out as many as 80 paintings a day during the Factory’s heyday, eventually completing over 900 paintings all on the same basic image. While the images were very similar, they’re also diverse and in depth.

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5 things you never knew about Andy Warhol’s Campbell Soup Cans

Produced at a time when Warhol was transitioning from creating graphic work for advertising to fine art, his series on soup cans is a reaction to this early career in advertising and his compulsion to manipulate the viewers’ familiar associations with the mundane into something altogether revolutionary.

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Warhol Under the Hammer: Top Ten Most Expensive Works Ever Sold

One of the most influential and well-loved artists of the 20th century, Andy Warhol continues to inspire fans young and old. With numerous retrospectives of his work happening all over the world he also remains one of the most sought after artists on […]

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5 Things To Know About Warhol’s Factory

Andy Warhol’s studio, The Factory, is probably the most well-known and notorious artist studio in history. Night after night it was the host to all kinds of debauchery, all the while Warhol was in the background turning out his celebrated screen prints.
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10 Reasons Why Andy Warhol is the Greatest Pop Artist that Ever Lived

Warhol was, and still is, undoubtedly the greatest Pop artist who ever lived for namely ten reasons.

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Collecting Andy: 10 Of The Most Affordable Warhol Prints On The Market Right Now

From his exquisite A Gold Book to his elegant Fish Wallpaper, you too could have your very own piece of Pop Art history for an affordable price. And with the market for Warhols showing no signs of slowing down, these pieces are the perfect investment for anyone looking to build a strong art collection.

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How Andy Warhol Inspired Today’s Contemporary Art Superstars

Perhaps fittingly for the artist who was known for gaining inspiration from the masters that went before him, Andy Warhol influenced many of his contemporaries as well as later generations. Here we take a look at some of the pieces and projects that might not have existed without a little help from the Prince of Pop.

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The Ultimate Andy Warhol Guide: 25 Key Facts Every Warhol Fan Should Know

As his legend has grown over the decades, an image of Warhol as chaste, politically indifferent and instantly successful has become the accepted creation myth. Here we take a look at some lesser known facts about this most beguiling of artists.

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Who shot Andy Warhol and other questions you were too afraid to ask

The father of Pop Art, Andy Warhol is widely known for his screen prints of everyday consumer goods and his homages to the beautiful and the damned of Hollywood and New York. Here we take a look at the man behind the art – from his domestic life with […]

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From Silk Screen to Xerox: 7 Techniques of Andy Warhol

One of the most celebrated artists who ever worked in the medium of print, Andy Warhol began his career as a commercial illustrator and went on to become a true icon of the Pop Art movement. His obsession with the reproduced image – from supermarket […]

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Andy Warhol & Pop Art : A Love Story

While Pop Art first emerged in Britain in the 1950s with artists such as Eduardo Paolozzi and Richard Hamilton, it was figures such as Roy Lichtenstein, Jasper Johns and, most of all, Andy Warhol in America who really launched the movement to the forefront […]

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Icons of Style, Screen and Silkscreen, Who did Andy Warhol paint?

From Marilyn Monroe to Chairman Mao, Grace Kelly to Muhammad Ali, Andy Warhol painted some of the most famous faces of the 20th century. Fascinated by the spectacle of celebrity, Warhol appropriated publicity shots from the press and transformed them […]

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