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Andy Warhol portraits

Never-before-seen images of Andy Warhol's work

Andy Warhol portraits

Oft imitated, but never bettered, Andy Warhol was one of the 20th Century's most innovative artists. Although he was an all-round cultural provocateur, we've always admired his simple, but colourful, portraits. What better excuse, then, to have a peek at some of his most iconic pieces, along with some never-before-seen images.

Karen Lerner (1972)

Andy Warhol - 
Karen Lerner, 1972

Synthetic polymer paint and silkscreen ink on canvas
, 76 x 72 cm.


Andy Warhol (1965)

Andy Warhol at the Factory, New-York City, March 1965


Gelatin Silver Print, 
62 x 52 cm


Doda Voridis (1977)

Andy Warhol
 Doda Voridis (1), 1977


Synthetic polymer paint and silkscreen ink on canvas, 
66 x 66 cm.


Joseph Beuys (1980)

Andy Warhol - 
Joseph Beuys, 1980


Silkscreen ink on paper, 
100 x 55 cm
 (Unique)


Portrait of Unknown Female (Iranian Princess) (1977)

Andy Warhol
 - Portrait of Unknown Female (Iranian Princess), 1977


Screenprint on Curtis rag paper
, 114 x 89 cm


Unidentified Child (Girl with Ball) (1984)

Andy Warhol - Unidentified Child (Girl with Ball), 1984

Silkscreen and emulsion on canvas, 101.6 x 101.6 cm


Unidentified Children (Girl and Boy) (1984)

Andy Warhol - Unidentified Children (Girl and Boy), 1984

Silkscreen and emulsion on canvas, 101.6 x 101.6 cm


Robert Mapplethorpe (1983)

Andy Warhol - Robert Mapplethorpe, 1983

Silkscreen ink on Lenox Museum board, 102 x 102 cm (Unique)