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Mark Shapiro Fine Art
fine art, picasso, soho, martin lawrence gallery, andy warhol, keith haring, marilyn monroe, Picasso, Takashi Murakami, Sam Francis,Jean-michel basquiat, auction, sales, new york city
fine art, picasso, soho, martin lawrence gallery, andy warhol, keith haring, marilyn monroe, Picasso, Takashi Murakami, Sam Francis,Jean-michel basquiat, auction, sales, new york city
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SPANISH MASTER
"I try to apply color like words that shape poems, like notes that shape music." - Joan Miro
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Joan Miro (28 photos)
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SUPERFLAT
"In Japan, there is no high and there is no low. It's all flat" - Takashi Murakami
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Takashi Murakami (62 photos)
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Mark Kostabi 'The New Works' (18 photos)
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All artwork is in inventory and available for sale by contacting Mark Shapiro. markisinnyc@gmail.com I have many other works by Warhol available fro sale.   
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Andy Warhol Collection available through Mark Shapiro (91 photos)
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The name Andy Warhol is synonymous with Pop Art. Clearly the most important and influential artist of the past quarter century, Warhol maintained a level of creativity already legendary before his untimely death in 1987. Starting out as a technically innovative commercial artist in the world of New York advertising, In the early 1960s Warhol began adapting the commercial process of silkscreening to the world of fine art and created iconic masterpieces such as Marilyn Monroe, Campbell's Soup, Ads and Myths, among his most famous images. Other acclaimed works include Camouflage, Cowboys & Indians, Dollar ($) Signs, Electric Chairs, Flowers, Gems, Grapes, Ingrid Bergman, Kiku, Mao, Martha Graham, Mick Jagger, Muhammed Ali, Shoes, Sidewalks, and Ten Portraits of Jews. Warhol took ideas and images directly from the mass media, from the 1960s cultural revolution, television, movies, advertising, and photojournalism. Painter, graphic artist, manager of a rock band and filmmaker, Warhol had a huge influence on subsequent generations of artists. His original and graphic works are found in major museums worldwide, and today are more widely sought-after than ever before.
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The name Andy Warhol is synonymous with Pop Art. Clearly the most important and influential artist of the past quarter century, Warhol maintained a level of creativity already legendary before his untimely death in 1987. Starting out as a technically innovative commercial artist in the world of New York advertising, In the early 1960s Warhol began adapting the commercial process of silkscreening to the world of fine art and created iconic masterpieces such as Marilyn Monroe, Campbell's Soup, Ads and Myths, among his most famous images. Other acclaimed works include Camouflage, Cowboys & Indians, Dollar ($) Signs, Electric Chairs, Flowers, Gems, Grapes, Ingrid Bergman, Kiku, Mao, Martha Graham, Mick Jagger, Muhammed Ali, Shoes, Sidewalks, and Ten Portraits of Jews. Warhol took ideas and images directly from the mass media, from the 1960s cultural revolution, television, movies, advertising, and photojournalism. Painter, graphic artist, manager of a rock band and filmmaker, Warhol had a huge influence on subsequent generations of artists. His original and graphic works are found in major museums worldwide, and today are more widely sought-after than ever before.
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Andy Warhol Collection (29 photos)
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