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Andy Warhol's Marilyn Monroe
Andy Warhol's Marilyn Monroe (angle)
Andy Warhol's Marilyn Monroe (display)
Andy Warhol's Marilyn Monroe (display second angle

Marilyn, 1967

Andy Warhol

Perhaps the most famous and recognizable subject of Andy Warhol’s works, this classically elegant Marilyn is a 36”x36” screen print that was signed by the artist in pencil and stamped with edition #81/250 on the reverse. It was sourced from the collection of legendary Warhol superstar, Jane Holzer.


Marilyn comes from the personal collection of esteemed Warhol aficionado and superstar, "Baby" Jane Holzer. This piece has been appraised by a distinguished member of the International Society of Appraisers, a global authority in the realm of fine art appraisal.


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In 1967, Andy Warhol paid homage to Marilyn Monroe with a series of 10 silkscreen portraits. These iconic works, resplendent with bright colors and repetitive grid patterns, epitomized 20th-century pop art and highlighted Warhol's fascination with celebrity culture and the commodification of images.

Marilyn - a transcendent figure of her time - was the perfect muse for Warhol, who shared her journey from outsider to stardom. Utilizing a promo image from "Niagara" as his canvas, Warhol crafted 10 vibrant colorways, each with an edition size of 250 plus 26 labeled A-Z.

The Marilyn series (FS 22-31) catapulted Warhol into the pantheon of the 1960s' most important artists. Our print, a bold pink FS 31, is numbered #81/250 and bears the artist's signature in pencil on the reverse.Marilyn joins Freeport's first offered collection along with other pop culture icons immortalized by Warhol, such as "Rebel Without a Cause," "Mick Jagger," and "Double Mickey Mouse," creating a vivid tapestry of influential symbols during his lifetime.