Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol

Available Art by Andy Warhol

Campbell's Tomato Soup - Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Tomato Soup – Andy Warhol

Campbell's Beef Soup - Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Beef Soup – Andy Warhol

Campbell's Black Bean Soup - Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Black Bean Soup – Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol Art for Sale

Andy Warhol - Featured Artist

Andy Warhol is best known for helping to cultivate the pop art movement, giving it a grounding in celebrity and mass consumer culture throughout the 1960s and 70s. He is widely remembered for his vibrant portraits of Marilyn Monroe, his iconic Campbell’s Soup Can paintings, and the notorious parties he hosted at Studio 54, attended by socialites and celebrities including Bianca Jagger and Edie Sedgwick.

To this day, Warhol remains one of the most influential and controversial artists of all time, and his original pieces remain be sought after by collectors around the world. Explore the Andy Warhol artwork we have for sale at ArtLife.

All Available Art

Camoflauge

Camouflage Unique By Andy Warhol

Camouflage Unique – Andy Warhol

Camouflage 413 By Andy Warhol

Camouflage 413 – Andy Warhol

Camouflage 409 By Andy Warhol

Camouflage 409 – Andy Warhol

Camouflage 406 By Andy Warhol

Camouflage 406 – Andy Warhol

Camouflage 407 By Andy Warhol

Camouflage 407 – Andy Warhol

Camo TP (Beige) By Andy Warhol

Camo TP Beige – Andy Warhol

Camo TP Green And Yellow By Andy Warhol

Camo TP Green And Yellow – Andy Warhol

Camo TP Grey By Andy Warhol

Camo TP Grey – Andy Warhol

Camo TP Teal By Andy Warhol

Camo TP Teal – Andy Warhol

Camo TP Purple By Andy Warhol

Camo TP Purple – Andy Warhol

Camouflage 408 By Andy Warhol

Camouflage 408 – Andy Warhol

Camouflage 412 By Andy Warhol

Camouflage 412 – Andy Warhol

Camouflage 411 By Andy Warhol

Camouflage 411 – Andy Warhol

Camouflage 410 By Andy Warhol

Camouflage 410 – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Soup Series I

Campbell's Beef Soup - Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Beef Soup – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Cream Of Mushroom Soup By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Cream Of Mushroom Soup – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Onion By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Onion – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Tomato Soup By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Tomato Soup – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Soup Complete Portfolio I By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Soup Complete Portfolio I – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Green Pea By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Green Pea – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Consomme Soup By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Consomme Soup – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Chicken Noodle By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Chicken Noodle – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Black Bean Soup By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Black Bean Soup – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Pepper Pot Soup By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Pepper Pot Soup – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Vegetable Soup By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Vegetable Soup – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Soup Series II

Campbell’s Cheddar Cheese By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Cheddar Cheese – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Soup Complete Portfolio II By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Soup Complete Portfolio II – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Hot Dog Bean By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Hot Dog Bean – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Chicken N’ Dumplings Soup By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Chicken N’ Dumplings Soup – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Scotch Broth Soup Can By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Scotch Broth Soup Can – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Old Fashioned Vegetable By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Old Fashioned Vegetable – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Vegetarian Vegetable Soup By Andy-Warhol

Campbell’s Vegetarian Vegetable Soup – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Tomato Beef Noodle O’s By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Tomato Beef Noodle O’s – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Oyster Stew By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Oyster Stew – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s New England Clam Chowder By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s New England Clam Chowder – Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Golden Mushroom By Andy Warhol

Campbell’s Golden Mushroom – Andy Warhol

Cow Series

Cow 12A By Andy Warhol

Cow 12A – Andy Warhol

Cow 11A By Andy Warhol

Cow 11A – Andy Warhol

Cow 11 By Andy Warhol

Cow 11 – Andy Warhol

Cow 12 By Andy Warhol

Cow 12 – Andy Warhol

Dollar Sign

Single $ (Orange) By Andy Warhol

Single $ (Orange) – Andy Warhol

4 Dollar Sign By Andy Warhol

4 Dollar Sign – Andy Warhol

Single $ Red By Andy Warhol

Single $ Red – Andy Warhol

Single $ Purple By Andy Warhol

Single $ Purple – Andy Warhol

Dollar Sign 284 (Quad) By Andy Warhol

Dollar Sign 284 (Quad) – Andy Warhol

Single Dollar Sign F.S. II 278 Green By Andy Warhol

Single Dollar Sign F.S. II 278 Green – Andy Warhol

Single $ Yellow By Andy Warhol

Single $ Yellow – Andy Warhol

White Nine Dollar Signs By Andy Warhol

White Nine Dollar Signs – Andy Warhol

Endangered Species

Siberian Tiger By Andy Warhol

Siberian Tiger – Andy Warhol

San Francisco Silverspot Butterfly (F.S. II 298) By Andy Warhol

San Francisco Silverspot Butterfly (F.S. II 298) – Andy Warhol

Bald Eagle By Andy Warhol

Bald Eagle – Andy Warhol

Pine Barrens Tree Frog (FS II.294) By Andy Warhol

Pine Barrens Tree Frog (FS II.294) – Andy Warhol

Grevy’s Zebra By Andy Warhol

Grevy’s Zebra – Andy Warhol

Grevy’s Zebra By Andy Warhol

Giant Panda – Andy Warhol

Elephant By Andy Warhol

Elephant – Andy Warhol

Sea Turtle By Andy Warhol

Sea Turtle – Andy Warhol

Orangutan By Andy Warhol

Orangutan – Andy Warhol

Rhinoceros By Andy Warhol

Rhinoceros – Andy Warhol

Ram By Andy Warhol

Flower Paintings

Flower 67 By Andy Warhol

Flower 67 – Andy Warhol

Flower 65 By Andy Warhol

Flower 65 – Andy Warhol

Flower 68 By Andy Warhol

Flower 68 – Andy Warhol

Flower 72 By Andy Warhol

Flower 72 – Andy Warhol

5 Inch Flower Painting By Andy Warhol

5 Inch Flower Painting – Andy Warhol

Flower 70 By Andy Warhol

Flower 70 – Andy Warhol

Flower 66 By Andy Warhol

Flowers 66 – Andy Warhol

Flower 64 By Andy Warhol

Flower 64 – Andy Warhol

Flower 69 By Andy Warhol

Flower 69 – Andy Warhol

Flower 73 By Andy Warhol

Flower 73 – Andy Warhol

Flower 71 By Andy Warhol

Flower 71 – Andy Warhol

Love

Love 311 By Andy Warhol

Love 311 – Andy Warhol

Love 310 By Andy Warhol

Love 310 – Andy Warhol

Love 312 By Andy Warhol

Love 312 – Andy Warhol

Mao

Mao-The-Complete-Portfolio by Andy Warhol

Mao The Complete Portfolio – Andy Warhol

Mao 98 By Andy Warhol

Mao 98 – Andy Warhol

Mao 93 By Andy Warhol

Mao 93 – Andy Warhol

Mao 92 By Andy Warhol

Mao 92 – Andy Warhol

Mao 99 By Andy Warhol

Mao 99 – Andy Warhol

Mao 90 By Andy Warhol

Mao 90 – Andy Warhol

Mao 96 By Andy Warhol

Mao 96 – Andy Warhol

Mao 91 By Andy Warhol

Mao 91 – Andy Warhol

Mao 97 By Andy Warhol

Mao 97 – Andy Warhol

Mao 95 By Andy Warhol

Mao 95 – Andy Warhol

Mao 94 By Andy Warhol

Mao 94 – Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe 27 By Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe 27 – Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe 28 By Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe 28 – Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe 23 By Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe 23 – Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe 31 By Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe 31 – Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe 30 By Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe 30 – Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe 24 By Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe 24 – Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe (Marilyn) Reversal Series By Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe (Marilyn) Reversal Series – Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe 26 By Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe 26 – Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe 25 By Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe 25 – Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe 22 By Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe 22 – Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe 21 By Andy Warhol

Marilyn Monroe 21 – Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol’s Life and Career

Born Andrew Warhola on 6th August 1928, Andy Warhol was the child of Ondrej and Julia Warhola, emigrants from Mikó, Austria-Hungary—now Miková in northeastern Slovakia. He grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with his two older brothers Pavol (Paul) and Ján (John).

Warhol studied commercial art at Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Institute of Technology, where he also served as the art director of Cano, the student art magazine. After graduating in 1949, he moved to New York City to work in magazine advertising and illustration, and was commissioned by publications including Vogue and Glamour. He also worked in the shoe industry, acting as a designer for the Israel Miller brand. It was his time in the business sector which enabled him to conceptualise silk screen printmaking process as a means of making art, as well as perfecting his unique blotted line technique, and coming to see the merits of a more commercial approach to art.

The 1950s saw Warhol host a number of exhibitions which helped establish his name in the art world. His first solo show was called Fifteen Drawings Based on the Writings of Truman Capote, exhibited at New York’s Hugo Gallery in 1952. A decade later, one of his most enduring pop artworks, Campbell’s Soup Cans, debuted at the Ferus Gallery of Los Angeles, and later that year, he displayed Marilyn Diptych—his iconic pair of silkscreen portraits of Marilyn Monroe—at his first solo pop art exhibition in New York.

The 1964 exhibition, The American Supermarket, was a pivotal event in Warhol’s career. Held at Paul Bianchini’s Upper East Side gallery, the space was presented as a small supermarket in which everything, from canned goods to posters on the wall, had been created by one of six prominent pop artists, including Billy Apple and Robert Watts.

Campbell’s Soup Complete Portfolio II By Andy Warhol

In the early sixties, Warhol relocated his studio to 231 East 47th Street—the legendary Factory—which became a cultural hub for artists, musicians and other creatives, Mick Jagger and The Velvet Underground. Warhol also went on to design the statement album artwork for The Velvet Underground & Nico and The Rolling Stones’ first album of the 1970s, Sticky Fingers

He moved his studio again in 1967 to The Decker Building at 33 Union Square West where, a year later, he almost lost his life. Radical feminist writer Valerie Solanas, who had been a marginal figure in the Factory scene, shot Warhol and art critic Mario Amaya on 3rd June 1968. She turned herself into the police, claiming that the artist “had too much control over [her] life”, and was subsequently diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. The incident was extremely serious, with surgeons having to open Warhol’s chest and massage his heart in order to save him. Following his recovery, he was required to wear a surgical corset for the rest of his life. The shooting also inspired Factory denizen Lou Reed’s classic glam rock song “Andy’s Chest”.

The 70s was a quieter decade for Warhol, and he dedicated much of his time to obtaining new portrait commissions from the rich and famous, including Chinese Communist leader Mao Zedong, John Lennon and Brigitte Bardot. With his friend Stuart Pivar, he also founded the New York Academy of Art. And although he spent most of his time living and working at the new Factory, the decade saw him become a regular fixture at the newly-opened New York club Studio 54.

Days after undergoing gallbladder surgery, Warhol died at the age of 58 on 22nd February 1987 in Manhattan. Although he seemed to be making a good recovery, he died from a sudden postoperative irregular heartbeat. Warhol was buried in St. John the Baptist Byzantine Catholic Cemetery in suburban Pittsburgh, and a subsequent memorial hosted at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City was attended by thousands of people.

Marilyn Monroe 23 By Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol’s Artwork

Unlike the Abstract Expressionists who dominated the American artistic landscape post-World War II, Warhol set himself apart by turning consumer culture into high art, archly noting: “Buying is more American than thinking, and I’m as American as they come”. Rather than making art for the wealthy, he rooted his work on advertising and celebrity culture in order to target the masses. And thanks to his reliance on the mechanical silk-screening process, he could churn out prints in an assembly line style, hence the name of his studio.

His blurring of the lines between art and commodification made him a controversial figure amongst his peers, who despised him for embracing market culture so openly. In December 1962, the Museum of Modern Art even hosted a symposium on pop art, where Warhol and similar artists were scolded for “capitulating” to consumerism.

Nevertheless, Warhol was catapulted to stardom as a result of his celebration of capitalism, and he is still hugely relevant to today’s society as a symbol of the start of global consumerism. His legacy lives on, with contemporary artists including Jeff Koons, Takashi Murakami and Damien Hirst all citing Warhol’s work as inspiration. Thanks to his unconventional style and willingness to take risks, he went on to become as famous as the celebrities in his portraits.

Buy Andy Warhol Original Art

Warhol’s work has never fallen out of style, and the high prices his prints still sell for show just how important his impact remains to contemporary society. We have an exclusive collection of his original pieces. In addition to his most famous works, we also carry some of his lesser known—yet, still equally remarkable—pieces, such as his Endangered Species series and his Camouflage series, Warhol’s final contribution to pop art before his death. 

Please contact us if you require any assistance regarding the Andy Warhol artwork we have for sale, and we’ll be happy to address any queries you may have.

Mao-The-Complete-Portfolio by Andy Warhol

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