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Andy Warhol

Annie Oakley, 1986 (#378, Cowboys & Indians)

$168,500

Framed Size: 49.5" x 49.5" 

unique trial-proof hand-signed screenprint

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About the Artist

About the Work

“Annie Oakley” was created as part of ‘Cowboys and Indians” which is a collection of prints published in 1986 and it is believed to be Andy Warhol’s last series of paintings before his death in 1987. The print features Annie Oakley, an American sharpshooter of the Wild West. Her exceptional talent leads to a starring role in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show (1885) from where she became one of America’s first female superstars. She still remains a legendary figure and icon of the American West. Warhol’s vibrant trademark allows us to see American historical figures as modern pop icons.

“Annie Oakley” is a 36 x 36 – inch unique trial proof hand signed screen print.

About the Artist

Andy Warhol is seen as one of the most prolific American artists of all time, whose undeniable influence proved him to be a leading figure within the Pop Art and Culture Movement. Warhol was a multitalented individual; he was an artist, filmmaker, producer, designer, and photographer. Warhol was born on August 06, 1926 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. From an early age, Warhol was interested in the arts as he was often sick at home than at school. Rather isolated due to childhood illnesses, a young Warhol entertained himself by drawing and with other artistic hobbies. Eventually, Warhol graduated high school with aspirations to become an illustrator in the world of advertising. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design from the Carnegie Mellon University of Technology and moved to New York to pursue his creative dream.