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Andy Warhol  Endangered Species: Orangutan

Andy Warhol Orangutan, from the Endangered Species Portfolio, 1983 Color Screenprint on Lenox Museum Board

Warhol Portrait. My students could do a series like this with black marker and tissue paper for the color blocks.

Andy Warhol - Mick Jagger, 1975 (Publisher's Prospectus for the 1975 Andy Warhol portfolio of ten color silkscreens of Jagger)

Rouge // Warhol et sa soupe !

Andy Warhol, Cambell's Soup, 1969 ( May 1969 cover of Esquire Magazine shows Andy Warhol drowning in a Campbell's tomato soup can. Designed by George Lois, the work will be featured in an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art)

Andy Warhol et Nico, 1967

The Droll Knight Rises: Warhol and Nico as Batman & Robin (Esquire, via Dangerous Minds

I think that moment is a very, very big moment and kind of Whitmanesque in a funny sort of way. It’s a deep kind of poetry that resonates around that time and those images of her. What she pulled together at that time is very much a collage from a variety of different possible scenarios and she made it history. In America, where ritual tends to be a very awkward thing, that she created something that really was a classic was amazing.

How the Most Iconic Artists Made Art Contemporary - Andy Warhol, 'Sixteen Jackies,' Walker Art Center

Beethoven, 1987. Andy Warhol selected subjects with great popularity, famous faces and treated the symbol and image as personal and reflective.

Andy WARHOL : Beethoven (Blue face), 1987 : Reproduction, Fine Art print, poster 30 x 30 cm