"Joseph Beuys" by Andy Warhol
"Joseph Beuys" by Andy Warhol.
- Year created: 1987
- Premium Matte Photographic paper with silver metallic
- 9" x 9"
- This item is framed
- Limited edition, #375 of 500
- Retail Value: $2,200
- This item ships from the USA
These stunning limited edition lithographs were published some 30 years ago to coincide with a major Andy Warhol Show in Europe in a limited edition of just 500. This beautiful rendition of Warhol's friend and fellow artist, Joseph Beuys (May 12,1921- January 1986).
Joseph was a German performance artist as well as a sculptor, installation artist, graphic artist, art theorist, and pedagogue. A true Andy Warhol masterpiece and very rarely seen with the silver metallic background which really highlights this iconic artwork.
Retail Value: $2,200
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