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WARHOL, Andy

Mick Jagger

Stock Code
102268-1

1975

£95,000

Andy Warhol had met Mick Jagger in 1963 when the Rolling Stones were not well known in the United States. Warhol had designed the band’s provocative album cover, Sticky Fingers, which caused a stir when it was released however the attention gained for both the band and the artist was gratefully received. Following the huge success of the album cover Warhol, ever keen to make money, lamented that he had not been paid enough given the millions of copies that sold. No doubt with an eye for financial success, Warhol turned to the subject of Mick Jagger, now a celebrity friend and part of the New York club scene.

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Description

Silkscreen in colours, 1975, on textured watercolour paper by Arches,signed by the artist, numbered from the edition of 250, additionally signed in red felt-tip pen by Mick Jagger, printed by Alexander Heinrici, New York, published by Seabird Editions, London, with stamp on the reverse. sheet size 111 x 73.5 cm (43¾ by 29 in), framed 127 x 89cm.

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Feldman & Schellman II.142

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