Title: Gems (FS II.189)
Medium: Screenprint on Strathmore Bristol Paper
Size: 30 x 40 Inches
Edition of 20
Signed & Numbered
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.
Mick Jagger 138 is one of many famous artworks created by Andy Warhol. The work was created in 1975 and it measures 60 X 40″ in screenprint on arches aquarelle rough paper. This artwork was created at a time when Warhol was at the peak of his career and was also at the helm of fame. He spent most of the time with Mick Jagger and taught his daughter how to paint, and therefore, the artwork is a representation of a series of Mick Jagger’s screenprints. The work is created by a pencil, one of Warhol’s signature features. Also, at the bottom of the art, there is Jagger’s signature written in felt pen.
As demonstrated, Warhol is fascinated with fame, and therefore, he could not resist but create a portfolio about Mick Jagger. Looking more into the life of Jagger, Warhol seeks to present an interesting look into the film and acting histories of America, especially considering the fact that Jagger is one of the most famous actors, film producers, and songwriters ever known. This collection of Warhol’s screenprint is a good investment, especially for people interested in American entertainment history, or those individuals fascinated about the life of fame and glamour. This is not only a piece of art but can serve as a historical piece, featuring the life of Mick Jagger.
To this day, Warhol remains one of the most influential and controversial artists of all time, and his original pieces remain to be sought after by collectors around the world. Explore the Andy Warhol artwork we have for sale at ArtLife.