1986. Original silkscreen print 35 3/4 x 35 3/4in (910 x 910 mm)
Andy Warhol started off his career as a commercial illustrator, and his distinctive
style earned him immediate success. According to the Heritage catalogue, a number
of years after Wayne’s death, Warhol used an image of him, a publicity still from the
movie titled The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, without permission. To resolve the
situation, the Warhol Foundation gifted the print, as well as seven other images,
to Wayne’s family.The image of Wayne, catalogued as a signed print from
Warhol’s series “Cowboys and Indians,” 1986.
Published by Gaultney-Klineman Art Inc New York.
Lithograph is printed on 13 x 16 inch paper and image size is
11 x 13.5 This is one of a Limited Edition printing of 300.
Shown framed for display purposes only and not included.
Each is hand-numbered in pencil and signed in the plate.
Printed on quality archival, acid-free conservation paper.
Excellent condition and never framed. Perfect size for reasonably priced
mat and frame. Please ask any questions before the purchase.
We combine shipping charges for multiple purchases.
International buyers please check with us for additional shipping charges.
Artwork Order Number 171
All artwork shown is copyrighted.
Any reproduction without our written permission is a copyright violation.