8 April 2009
Princess Caroline of Monaco (cf. F. & S. IIIB.20 a & b)
screenprint in colours, 1983, on Lenox Museum Board, a unique variant combining the two compositions of this subject, with the stamp of the Andy Warhol Art Authentication Board stamp verso (numbered UP44.14), printed to the edges of the sheet on three sides, a few handling marks at the left edge, stray printer's ink at the lower right, otherwise in very good condition, framed
L., S. 1020 x 1018 mm.
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