Rollerball Montblanc Limited edition Andy Warhol.
He was born in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania) in 1928, he was all the rage making the ordinary extraordinary. He eliminated the barriers between refined art and commercial art, forever changing the criteria of what we understand as art.
Images of Warhol’s of everyday objects, whose provocative representation makes us forget its insignificance, are immediately recognized by art collectors and the public around the world.
With a background in graphic design, Warhol went from being a commercial artist to be a provocative plastic artist at the beginning of the 1960s. His first exhibition was a series of 32 paintings of ordinary soup cans, using its technical feature of screen printing.
In the piece, on the stainless steel, the famous cans of tomato Campbell´s have been depicted, the complementary contrast created between the cobalt blue precious resin of the deposit and the orange narrow rings of the cone and the front remind the colour variations of the Campbell´s Soup cans series of 1965.
Weight: 85.40 g (approx).
Length: 142.45 mm (approx).
Maximum thickness: 14.80 mm (approx).
Minimum thickness: 4.40 mm (approx).
With case, documentation, full pack.
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