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Check out this iconic piece of art from the legendary Andy Warhol! "Purple Marilyn 11.29" is one of the silk screen prints produced by Sunday B. Morning in 1970. This open edition print features Marilyn Monroe, a subject that Warhol explored in many of his works.    Measuring approximately 36" x 36", this print is stamped in black on the back with "Published by Sunday B. Morning". This artwork is part of a suite of 10 color variations of the same image and is a must-have for collectors and art enthusiasts.    DM us for inquiries and take home this beautiful piece of art today!    Image:  Andy Warhol (1928 - 1987)  Purple Marilyn 11.29 From the Sunday B. Morning Edition, 1970  Silkscreen in colors  36 x 36 in    Now Available  Dm for Inquiry    Since Marilyn Monroe's tragic death caused by narcotics overdose in 1962, multiple works have been produced that have the actress as the main character. The iconic 1967 images by Warhol of Marilyn Monroe are based on the picture taken by Gene Korman for the 1953 "Niagara" film. He did about 50 works based on that image. In 1970, a new suite was edited using this same image but with another 10 new color variations and with dimensions of 36 x 36 inches (84.4 x 84.5 cm.) These Sunday B. Morning screen prints were included in Andy Warhol's catalogue raisonne by Feldman & Schellmann, which collects all the graphic works done by the artist from 1962 to 1987.     #AndyWarhol #PurpleMarilyn #SundayBMorningEdition #ClassicMarilynPortfolio #Silkscreen #OpenEdition #ArtCollectors #ArtInvestment #DMforInquiry #ArtGallery #ArtExhibition #ArtMarket #ArtWorld #FineArt #ModernArt #ArtLovers #ArtEnthusiasts #ArtCollective #ArtFair #ArtShowcase #ArtCurator #ArtDealer #ArtAuction #PopArt #MarilynMonroe #CollectibleArt #LimitedEdition
Check out this iconic piece of art from the legendary Andy Warhol! "Purple Marilyn 11.29" is one of the silk screen prints produced by Sunday B. Morning in 1970. This open edition print features Marilyn Monroe, a subject that Warhol explored in many of his works. Measuring approximately 36" x 36", this print is stamped in black on the back with "Published by Sunday B. Morning". This artwork is part of a suite of 10 color variations of the same image and is a must-have for collectors and art enthusiasts. DM us for inquiries and take home this beautiful piece of art today! Image: Andy Warhol (1928 - 1987) Purple Marilyn 11.29 From the Sunday B. Morning Edition, 1970 Silkscreen in colors 36 x 36 in Now Available Dm for Inquiry Since Marilyn Monroe's tragic death caused by narcotics overdose in 1962, multiple works have been produced that have the actress as the main character. The iconic 1967 images by Warhol of Marilyn Monroe are based on the picture taken by Gene Korman for the 1953 "Niagara" film. He did about 50 works based on that image. In 1970, a new suite was edited using this same image but with another 10 new color variations and with dimensions of 36 x 36 inches (84.4 x 84.5 cm.) These Sunday B. Morning screen prints were included in Andy Warhol's catalogue raisonne by Feldman & Schellmann, which collects all the graphic works done by the artist from 1962 to 1987. #AndyWarhol #PurpleMarilyn #SundayBMorningEdition #ClassicMarilynPortfolio #Silkscreen #OpenEdition #ArtCollectors #ArtInvestment #DMforInquiry #ArtGallery #ArtExhibition #ArtMarket #ArtWorld #FineArt #ModernArt #ArtLovers #ArtEnthusiasts #ArtCollective #ArtFair #ArtShowcase #ArtCurator #ArtDealer #ArtAuction #PopArt #MarilynMonroe #CollectibleArt #LimitedEdition

Check out this iconic piece of art from the legendary Andy Warhol! "Purple Marilyn 11.29" is one of the silk screen prints produced by Sunday B. Morning in 1970. This open edition print features Marilyn Monroe, a subject that Warhol explored in many of his works.


Measuring approximately 36" x 36", this print is stamped in black on the back with "Published by Sunday B. Morning". This artwork is part of a suite of 10 color variations of the same image and is a must-have for collectors and art enthusiasts.


DM us for inquiries and take home this beautiful piece of art today!


Image:

Andy Warhol (1928 - 1987)

Purple Marilyn 11.29 From the Sunday B. Morning Edition, 1970

Silkscreen in colors

36 x 36 in


Now Available

Dm for Inquiry


Since Marilyn Monroe's tragic death caused by narcotics overdose in 1962, multiple works have been produced that have the actress as the main character. The iconic 1967 images by Warhol of Marilyn Monroe are based on the picture taken by Gene Korman for the 1953 "Niagara" film. He did about 50 works based on that image. In 1970, a new suite was edited using this same image but with another 10 new color variations and with dimensions of 36 x 36 inches (84.4 x 84.5 cm.) These Sunday B. Morning screen prints were included in Andy Warhol's catalogue raisonne by Feldman & Schellmann, which collects all the graphic works done by the artist from 1962 to 1987.


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