By Sarah Francis
Andy Warhol’s classic Rolls-Royce has gone on display for the first time to mark the 30th anniversary of the artist’s death.
Three decades since his death, over 200 works of art by the iconic pop-artist have been displayed in exhibit, Andy Warhol:Revisited.
As well as Warhol’s previously owned 1974 Rolls-Royce, rare art works span from 60s to 80s.
They include Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe suite; a rare 1964 Stable Gallery plywood Campbell’s Juice Box previously owned by famed designer Halston.
And several 1981 paintings such as Dollar Sign, black and white Ads and Illustrations series paintings, and Guns – which depicts the weapon used by Valerie Solanas who attempted to murder Warhol in the late 1960’s.
The exhibit displayed at the Revolver Gallery, in Santa Monica, Los Angeles, USA, opened last week and was curated by Ron Rivlin and Korbin Coskey.
Ron Rivlin said: “Nowhere in the world will you see this many Warhol prints and paintings spanning the artists pop art career for sale under one roof.”
Prices available on request from gallery.