ANDY WARHOL
AERIC books & prints

 


 
ANDY WARHOL - Do you think pop art is... - signed postcard - ca. 10 x 15 cm - 850 euro
1980's postcard issued in Cologne, Germany, reproducing the first lines of an interview with Andy Warhol, as published in the famous Andy Warhol Index Book, 1967 (initially done by a New York schoolboy and first published in his high-school newspaper in 1966).
This fine card has been BOLDLY SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL in black feltpen.
In 1968 this text - beit in a slightly different type settting - was also used for an exhibition poster issued by the Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL - Tomato Soup - original sketch in graphite - 1978 - ca. 23 x 20 cm - [SOLD]
Fine ORIGINAL SKETCH BY ANDY WARHOL, executed in graphite on a sheet of ruled paper, boldly SIGNED BY THE ARTIST.
The sketch roughly but accurately depicts a Campbell soup can labelled TOMATO SOUP.
This is one of a series of sketches made by Warhol during the pre-opening of an exhibition at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark, November 1978.
The sheet comes with some damage, just affecting the lower parts of the drawing.
The very last of a number of soup can sketches (Duck Soup, Hot Dog Soup, Double Soup, Triple Soup, etc.) we were able to offer during the past few years.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL - Uncle Sam - signed announcement - 1981 - ca. 17 x 17 cm - 950 euro
One out of a set of 10 announcements for MYTHS, a series of 10 silkscreens (Schellmann II. 258/267) issued in 1981 by Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York.
This great portfolio comprises images of Superman, Howdy Doody, Dracula, Greta Garbo, Santa Claus, Mickey Mouse and others.
Pictured here is UNCLE SAM, the plate reproduces the silkscreen in offset lithography in reduced size and has been boldly SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL in black feltpen.
A wonderful piece of classic Americana.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL - original SOUP CAN sketch in feltpen on invitation card - 1982 - ca. 11 x 7 cm - 1400 euro
Small but fine ORIGINAL SKETCH BY ANDY WARHOL, executed in black feltpen on the back of a STUDIO 54 invitation card, SIGNED on top and with the initialled addition “LOVE, AW”.
The front of this card shows a printed invitation to an “End of the Summer Extravaganza” to be held at the legendary New York STUDIO 54 nightclub on September 3 [1982].
This card is part of a small collection of 3 pieces of Studio 54 ephemera, see image and description underneath for some further details.
NB: Come early, stay late / dress up.

 


 
(ANDY WARHOL) Collection of 3 Studio 54 invitations/tickets - n.d./1982 - various sizes - [see previous item]
Two small (7 x 11, 8 x 14 cm) invitation cards, both from 1982, one of which with an ORIGINAL SKETCH BY ANDY WARHOL on the back (see description above) plus a fine example of a numbered golden Studio 54 VIP ticket (5 x 11,5 cm) which was issued in the late 1970’s/early 1980’s.
These pieces are from the former collection of New York gossip reporter/party promotor/author/photographer BAIRD JONES (1955-2008).
NB: The STUDIO 54 logo was designed by Gilbert Lesser. Andy Warhol, who was a frequent visitor of the club, used the design of the ticket for a privately published print (see Schellmann IIIA.16), intended as a holiday gift, 1978.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL - Big Coffee Tin - signed postcard reproduction - 10 x 15 cm - 650 euro
1980's postcard issued in Cologne, Germany, reproducing an early work in pencil and water colour by Andy Warhol: an MJB coffee tin, originally executed in 1962, now in the collection of the Kunstmuseum in Basel, Switzerland.
This card has been finely SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL in black feltpen.
Not as iconic as the Campbell's soup cans which - like the Marilyns and the Coke bottles - were also created in 1962, but still a great piece.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL'S TRASH - Munich, Constantin Film, 1970 - or. wrappers - 21 x 21 cm - 690 euro
12-page promotional brochure for the German release of TRASH, a film produced by Andy Warhol and directed by Paul Morrissey.
The cover, showing an image of JOE DALLESANDRO, the star of the movie, has been very boldly SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL - signed JANE FONDA print documentation - 1982 - 27 x 18 cm - 950 euro
Rupert Jasen Smith's working copy of the print documentation used in the printing process of Warhol's silkscreen JANE FONDA (Schellmann II.268), made out by Freidenreich Contemporary Art to Andy Warhol, showing some interesting "technical inside information".
The sheet, roughly cut along the right hand side, has been very boldy SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL in brown feltpen.
An historic piece from the workshop of RUPERT JASEN SMITH, the printer of the actual Jane Fonda screenprint and most of Warhol's later works.

 
 

 
ANDY WARHOL - 13 Most Wanted Men: Salvatore V. - signed book plate - ca. 1970 - 20 x 35 cm - 850 euro
Gatefolding illustration, reproducing two portraits of Salvatore V, one of Warhol's 13 Most Wanted Men, a controversial project of murals executed in 1964.
The plate, formerly affixed to one of the pages of an edition of the book Kunst der Sechziger Jahre: Der Sammlung Ludwig (Cologne, Wallraf / Richartz Museum, ca. 1970) has been SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL in black feltpen.

 
 

 
ANDY WARHOL - 13 Most Wanted Men: Salvatore V. - signed book plate - ca. 1970 - 20 x 35 cm - 850 euro
As above.
The same plate, now shown folded as issued (great image!).

 


 
ANDY WARHOL - signed cover of Forum, Volume 10, number 4 - New York, Forum International, 1981 - or. wrappers - 8vo - 1st edition - 650 euro
Rather bumpy copy of an issue of the magazine Forum, containing an interview with Andy Warhol.
The cover, showing an image of Warhol with a lady wearing a T-shirt with the text ANDY WARHOL IS A VIRGIN, has been SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL in black feltpen.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL - collection of 3 original autograph on 3 envelopes - 11 x 22,5 cm - 850 euro
Collection of 3 small unused blank envelopes, each SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL in thin black felt tip pen.
A fine example of one of the main themes in Warhol's opus: repetition, these pieces will look great when appropriately framed.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL - signed portrait - 1970 - 28 x 22 cm - 790 euro
Reproduction of a black and white photo portrait of Andy Warhol, printed on heavy paper, boldly SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL in black feltpen.
This portrait - formerly the front of an extensive publications by John Coplans (New York Graphic Society, 1970) - shows some traces of handling.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL - two original autographs on a book page - 750 euro
Book page, ca. 20 x 22 cm, showing Andy Warhol’s name printed in grey in a typeface used for a number of late 1960’s/early 1970’s publications, SIGNED TWICE BY ANDY WARHOL in black feltpen.
A great double signed item, the top of the page unfortunately slightly spoiled by traces left by a large paperclip, not affecting the autographs.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL - Pine Barrens Tree Frog - signed postcard - 1983 - 15 x 10 cm - 790 euro
Postcard depicting one of the prints from Warhol’s ENDANGERED SPECIES series (see Schellmann II.293/302), issued by Ronny Feldmann, NY, in 1983.
This postcard has been finely SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL in black feltpen underneath the image.
Some traces of former framing on the back.

 


 
(ANDY WARHOL) ROLLING STONES - Sticky Fingers - Rolling Stones Records USA, 1971 - 30 cm vinyl record in or. sleeve (design: ANDY WARHOL) - [SOLD]
Original WHITE LABEL STEREO PROMO issue of the classic Rolling Stones album, in the famous zipper-sleeve made after a design by Andy Warhol; one of the landmarks in the history of pop album sleeve design.
Promo copies all came with a promo sticker on the front, a lips-and-tongue-logo-sticker with track-listing on the back.
This rare item has been finely SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL in black feltpen on the front.
Good copy, with innersleeve, showing the usual light damage (nothing severe) to the vulnerable die cut front, some heavier imperfections to the spine.
Ignoring the utterly rare MONO promo issue, this is as CLOSE as one can get to Warhol’s original Sticky Fingers art work.

 


 
(ANDY WARHOL) ROLLING STONES - Sticky Fingers - Rolling Stones Records UK, 1971 - 30 cm vinyl record in or. sleeve (design: ANDY WARHOL) - 85 euro
Vintage UK pressing of the album in the famous zipper-sleeve made after a design by Andy Warhol; one of the landmarks in the history of pop album sleeve design.
The following characterstics make sure this pressing was manufactured in the UK in 1971, the first year of release:
A3/B4 matrix numbers, no "promotone" on labels, small squared zipper, double sided insert, etc.
Apart from some small indentations in the sleeve and the vinyl (caused by the zipper) and some mild wrinkling in the die cut part at the top of the front of the sleeve, this album is in great conditon.

(ANDY WARHOL) ROLLING STONES - Sticky Fingers - Rolling Stones Records Germany, 1971 - 30 cm vinyl record in or. sleeve (design: ANDY WARHOL) - 65 euro
Vintage German presssing of the album in the famous zipper-sleeve made after a design by Andy Warhol; one of the landmarks in the history of pop album sleeve design.
The following characterstics make sure this pressing was manufactured in Germany in 1971, the first year of release:
A4/B3 matrix numbers, no "promotone" on labels, large rounded zipper, double sided "TWEN" insert, etc.
Apart from some small indentations in the sleeve and the vinyl (caused by the zipper) and some very mild wrinkling in the die cut part at the top of the front of the sleeve, this album is in wonderful conditon.

(ANDY WARHOL) ROLLING STONES - Sticky Fingers - Rolling Stones Records Holland/Germany, ca. 1980 - 30 cm vinyl record in or. sleeve (design: ANDY WARHOL) - 40 euro
Later Dutch presssing of the album in the famous zipper-sleeve made after a design by Andy Warhol; one of the landmarks in the history of pop album sleeve design.
Issued in the early 1980's in a sleeve manufactured in Germany, still with a working zipper and a similar insert.
Sleeve and vinyl in exceptionally fine condition.

 
 

 
(ANDY WARHOL) THE BEATLES BY ANDY WARHOL - signed offset print - 1980 - 31 x 90 cm - [SOLD]
Superb offset print showing colourful images of each of the Beatles by Andy Warhol, who based his design (see Schellmann IIIB.5a/b) on photographs by Dezo Hofmann.
This print has been SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL in black feltpen, vertically along the left hand side.
Issued as an additional dustjacket, without title info, for initial copies of the first edition of the book The Beatles by Geoffrey Stokes (Rolling Stone Press/Times Books) in 1980.
Printed on rather thin paper, therefore with some mild imperfections.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL - signed RAINDANCE poster - 1985 - ca. 77 x 55 cm - [SOLD]
Fine original offset poster advertising a benefit party and exhibition organised and curated by Keith Haring in 1985 for UNICEF’s African Emergency Relief Fund.
The poster shows an exclusively design executed by a combination of five great artists: Keith HARING, Roy LICHTENSTEIN, Yoko ONO, Jean Michel BASQUIAT and Andy WARHOL.
Supposedly 100 copies were issued signed by all five, this copy has "only" been SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL, vertically along the right hand side, right next to one of his umbrellas.
Ref.: Gundel / Von der Osten nr. 19.
Sharp and clean condition, some residue of tape on the back due to former framing.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL - signed Greta Garbo exhibition poster - 1981 - 84 x 60 cm - 950 euro
Offset poster, announcing the exhibition Bilder 1961 bis 1981, at the Hannover Kestner Gesellschaft, 1981, reproducing a portrait of GRETA GARBO as Mata Hari, an image based on a still from a 1931 movie, issued as one of the silkscreens in the artist's famous MYTHS portfolio (Schellmann II.256/276).
This great poster has been finely SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL in black feltpen in the image, lower right hand side.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL - signed Greta Garbo exhibition poster - 1981 - 84 x 60 cm - 950 euro
As above.
The illustrations shows a close up of ANDY WARHOL'S SIGNATURE.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL - Ingrid Bergman: Herself - 1983 - signed book plate - 23 x 22,5 cm - 750 euro
Page from a deluxe publication issued by Galerie Börjeson, Malmo, Sweden, in 1983, comprising images of 48 mainly unpublished trial proofs made for a series of 3 silkscreened portraits of Ingrid Bergman (Schellmann II.313/315).
The sheet, an image based on a publicity photograph printed on sturdy shiny paper, has been SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL in black feltpen.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL - original autograph on a blank book page - 490 euro
Blank sheet, ca. 20 x 27 cm, originally part of an Andy Warhol/Leroy Neiman exhibition catalogue, showing ANDY WARHOL’S SIGNATURE in black feltpen.
An exceptionally large (ca. 4 x 19 cm!) and bold ORIGINAL signature from 1981, very suitable for framing with one of the artist's images.

 


 
(ANDY WARHOL) Andy Warhol's Interview, August 1981 - or. wrappers - folio - [SOLD]
Issue of Andy Warhol's Interview magazine, with a cover showing a (hardly recognizable) portrait of MICK JAGGER, painted by Richard Bernstein.
Cover SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL in black feltpen.
Some damage to the left hand side of the front.

 


 
(ANDY WARHOL) Andy Warhol’s Interview, October 1980 - or. wrappers - folio - 590 euro
Issue of Andy warhol's Interview magazine, with a cover showing a portrait of American actress/singer PATTI LUPONE, painted by Richard Bernstein after a photograph by Bob Kiss.
Cover SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL in black feltpen.

 


 
(ANDY WARHOL) [Andy Warhol's Interview, December 1982] - ca. 24 x 8 cm - 450 euro
Part of the cover of the December 1982 issue of Andy Warhol's Interview magazine, originally showing a portrait of CALVIN KLEIN, painted by Richard Bernstein.
The cover, which was SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL in black feltpen, has been reduced to a scrap this size.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL - Truck - signed announcement - 1985 - ca. 17 x 17 cm - 850 euro
One out of a set of 4 announcements for TRUCK, a series of 4 silkscreens (Schellmann II.367/370) issued in 1985 by Hermann Wünsche, Bonn.
This plate, printed in offset in moody black and shiny silver, has been boldly SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL in black feltpen.
Superb, but with some traces of former framing on the back.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL - original autograph on a scrap of paper - 390 euro
Scrap of roughly cut yellowish stock, ca. 5 x 15 cm, showing ANDY WARHOL’S SIGNATURE in black feltpen.
A fine signature from the mid 1980’s, very suitable for framing with one of the artist's images.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL's VELVET UNDERGROUND and NICO - Verve Records Japan, 1978 - 30 cm vinyl record in or. decorated gatefold sleeve (design: ANDY WARHOL) - [SOLD]
1978 Japanese reissue of the Velvet Underground classic first album, first issued in 1967, faithfully reproducing the original (second state) gatefold sleeve by Andy Warhol, peelable banana included.
This mint unpeeled copy, complete with the original obi, has been delicately SIGNED BY ANDY WARHOL in black felt tip pen on the front.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL's VELVET UNDERGROUND and NICO - MGM Records UK, 1971 - 30 cm vinyl record in or. decorated gatefold sleeve (design: ANDY WARHOL) - 160 euro
1971 UK edition of the legendary first album by the Velvet Underground, originally issued in 1967, reproducing the classic (but non-peelable) banana art work by Andy Warhol.
Liner photography was credited to by Billy [Name] Linich and NAT FINKELSTEIN, one of Finkelstein’s images, Andy Warhol holding a tambourine, has been provided with a (later) inscription in black feltpen in the photographer’s ever so typical handwriting:
To [x] from the lovely Nat Finkelstein”.
NB: 1971 was the first year the UK version of this album was issued in the famous banana gatefold cover, previous pressings came in a single sleeve the front of which showed the colour images used for the back of the US cover.

 

 
 
(ANDY WARHOL) JOHN CALE - The Academy in Peril - Reprise Records USA, 1972 - 30 cm vinyl record in or. die-cut gatefold sleeve (design: ANDY WARHOL) - 60 euro
Fine album by ex-Velvet Underground founding member John Cale in a superb sleeve executed after a design by Andy Warhol, the front showing a number of die-cut slide frames, revealing a number of photographs printed on the inside of the sleeve.
A very fine copy of this vulnerable and inventively designed album.

 


 
(ANDY WARHOL) CHARLES MUNCH / BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA - Ravel's Daphnis and Chloe - RCA Victor USA, 1955 - 30 cm vinyl record in or. sleeve with booklet (design after ANDY WARHOL) - 90 euro
Recording issued in a book-like hardcover sleeve, containing a 16 page booklet with photographs and texts, as well as a number of very delicate drawings by a young ANDY WARHOL.
A surprisingly fresh and clean copy of this utterly vulnerable album, the record itself seems to be unplayed.

 


 
(NO ANDY DANNIE RICHMOND - "In" Jazz for the Culture Set - ABC/Impulse Records USA, 1971 - 30 cm vinyl record in or. decorated sleeve (design: Joe Lebow/Chuck Stewart) - 40 euro
1971 reissue of this great jazz album, originally issued in 1965, in a gatefold sleeve that shows a repetition of Campbell's soup cans.
Unplayed vinyl in a very fine sleeve (drill hole in left hand lower corner), the design of which has NOTHING to do with Andy Warhol.

 


 
(ANDY WARHOL) 4 x MARILYN: Set of 4 porcelain plates in or. decorated box - USA, Block China, 1998 - 65 euro
Complete set of 4 assorted coupe plates, 21 cm in diameter, each showing a portrait of MARILYN MONROE after ANDY WARHOL.
Mint, with card dividers, in a original box.

 


 
ANDY WARHOL MEMORIAL MASS INVITATION - 1987 - 3 cards in various sizes - 340 euro
Inviation to the Andy Warhol Memorial Mass, held at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, New York on April 1, 1987, issued by and for friends and colleagues of the late artist, who died February 22, 1987.
Rare complete set, consisting of a hand printed invitation on cream card (13 x 17,5 cm), a smaller similar card with the request “please do not send flowers [etc.]”, plus a postcard reproducing a b/w portrait of Andy Warhol by Christopher Makos.
The set was assembled and sent out by long time Warhol-associate Brigid Berlin.

 


 
(ANDY WARHOL) Frayda Feldman/Jörg Schellmann - ANDY WARHOL PRINTS, a Catalogue Raisonné [1962-1985] - New York, Feldman / Schellmann / Abbeville, 1985 - or. cloth with dustjacket - small 4to - 1st edition - 45 euro
The charming first edition of the catalogue raisonné of Andy Warhol’s prints, published at a time the artist was still alive and kicking.
A fine copy and still quite useful.

 


 
(ANDY WARHOL) Frayda Feldman/Jörg Schellmann/Claudia Defendi - ANDY WARHOL PRINTS, a Catalogue Raisonné 1962-1987 - New York, Feldman /Schellmann / DAP, 2003 - or. cloth with dustjacket - large 4to - 4th edition - 160 euro
The fourth (= latest), revised and largely expanded editon of the catalogue raisonné of Andy Warhol’s prints.
A nice and clean copy of this important and indispensible work.

 


 

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