Marina Ferrero

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Artist: Warhol Andy Width: 32 cm
Support: Acetate Height: 36.5 cm
10 view in this moment

THE ARTWORK

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An acetate film is a photographic negative or positive in the Warhol's case used to realize screenprints. This is an original black and white photographic positive acetate of famous Italian journalist Marina Ferrero shooted by Andy Warhol in 1974 ca. This artwork is part of the Lowell's family collection, owners of the printing studio Warhol used, Chromacomp Inc. The artist ended up creating this beautiful silkscreen of Marina Ferrero, who posed for 10 different frames, looking slightly different in each photo. Warhol would often take so many shots to get just one portrait. The size is approximately 12.25 inches by 14 inches.

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ARTIST: CELLULOSE ACETATES

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