11 November 2009
Andy Warhol (1928-1987)
watercolor and printed ink on paper
18 x 14¾ in. (47.6 x 37.4 cm.)
Executed in 1956.
Charles Lisanby, gift from the artist, 1956
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Burlington, The Robert Hull Fleming Museum, Andy Warhol: Work and Play, January-June 2003, p. 36 (illustrated).
This work was owned by Charles Lisanby, a close friend of Andy Warhol who accompanied him on his trip to Japan in the mid 1950s. This work was hand colored by Warhol.
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